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Written by Angus Young, Malcolm Young and Brian Johnson
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Incredible! Woodstock on crystal meth
21 November 2000 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

AC/DC has always been one of my favorite music groups ever. Forget rock, because they rule in that genre. And this tape proves it. In this concert in Madrid, Spain, the crazy ausies perform some of there best hits (with or without Bon Scott because now we have the funniest singer ever Brian Johnson) including Back In Black, The Jack, You Shook Me All Night Long, For Those About to Rock, and my favorite- Thunderstruck. Very well done concert film, even if it is just a concert with no interviews (unlike the 1980 film Let there be Rock) because if AC/DC, with the Angus Young skipping guitar virtuoso, isn't a perfect example of the rock band, I don't know what is. A+


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