AC/DC - Black Ice (CD)

Deluxe Edition

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2008 Limited Deluxe Edition packaged in a CD-sized embossed hard cover package with a 28 page booklet. The CD is the same as the standard package. Black Ice was the first full-length studio album of all-new material from AC/DC since the release of "Stiff Upper Lip" in 2000. Produced by Brendan O'Brien at the Warehouse Studio in Vancouver, BC, Black Ice premiered 15 new AC/DC compositions and performances including the album's first single, "Rock 'N' Roll Train".

Product Details

Barcode
886973922323
Department
Music
Released
20 Oct 2008
Artist
AC/DC
Edition
Deluxe Edition
Format
Audio CD
Genre
Rock
Label
Columbia
Tracks
  1. Rock N Roll Train
  2. Skies On Fire
  3. Big Jack
  4. Anything Goes
  5. War Machine
  6. Smash N Grab
  7. Spoilin' For A Fight
  8. Wheels
  9. Decibel
  10. Stormy May Day
  11. She Likes Rock N Roll
  12. Money Made
  13. Rock N Roll Dream
  14. Rocking All The Way
  15. Black Ice
Year
2009
Videos
AC/DC - Anything Goes (Official Video)
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Published 8 years ago by acdcVEVO
Duration: 03:23
Official Licensed Video
AC/DC - Rock N Roll Train (Official Video)
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Published 8 years ago by acdcVEVO
Duration: 04:20
Official Licensed Video
Supply Source
UK

AC/DC

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Profile
Hard Rock band from Australia, formed in 1973 by Angus and Malcolm Young, they teamed up with Dave Evans (vocals), Larry Van Kriedt (bass) and Colin Burgess (drums).

In 1974 both Larry Van Kriedt and Colin Burgess left and were replaced by Rob Bailey (bass) and Peter Clack (drums), a further change in 1974 saw Peter Clack leave and Tony Currenti (drums) join the band. In June 1974 they were signed by Harry Vanda & George Young (Malcolm & Angus's brother) to Albert Productions. In November 1974, Dave Evans left the band and was replaced by Bon Scott (vocals & bagpipes). Rob Bailey also left in 1974 and was replaced by George Young (bass). In 1975 Phil Rudd (drums) replaced Tony Currenti and Mark Evans (bass) replaced George Young. In June 1977 Mark Evans left and is replaced by Cliff Williams (bass) for their first tour of the USA. On the 19 Feb 1980 Bon Scott died at the age of 33. Brian Johnson (ex Geordie) joined the band to replace him on vocals and the album "Back In Black" was released, a tribute to Bon Scott, this album became the 2nd largest selling album of all time with over 40 million copies sold worldwide. In May 1983, Phil Rudd had a parting of the ways and was replaced by Simon Wright (drums), aged 20 then. November 1989 Simon Wright left and is replaced by Chris Slade (ex Manfred Mann's Earth Band, Uriah Heep & The Firm). In summer 1994 Phil Rudd "quietly" rejoined the band. Malcolm Young left AC/DC in 2014 for health reasons.

AC/DC are Australia's most successful rock band ever, and are popular around the world.
The band was inducted into Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame in 2003 as a performer.

Current line-up:
Angus Young (lead guitar)
Brian Johnson (vocals)
Cliff Williams (bass guitar)
Phil Rudd (drums)
Steve Young (rythm guitar)
Members
  • Angus Young
  • Bon Scott
  • Brian Johnson
  • Chris Slade
  • Cliff Williams
  • Colin Burgess
  • Dave Evans
  • Larry Van Kriedt
  • Malcolm Young
  • Mark Evans
  • Peter Clack
  • Phil Rudd
  • Rob Bailey
  • Simon Wright
  • Steve Young
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