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AC/DC: Live at Donington (1992)

Filmed coverage of legendary Australian band AC/DC's third headlining show at the "Monsters of Rock" festival in Castle Donington, UK.

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Filmed coverage of legendary Australian band AC/DC's third headlining show at the "Monsters of Rock" festival in Castle Donington, UK.

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The line-up on the day (Saturday 17th August, 1991) were The Black Crowes Queensrÿche Mötley Crüe Metallica and AC/DC. See more »

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Written by Angus Young, Malcolm Young
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Brilliant, ACDC at their best
22 March 2004 | by (Brisbane Australia) – See all my reviews

Comparisons can be dangerous, however in this case I think justified. Comparing this to No Bull 1996, this is far and away superior sound mixing and recording. As for the show itself, a brilliant reproduction of the band and for best results, viewed on large widescreen and LOUD 5.1 surround sound. Angus at the front of the stage keeps the audience spellbound with his own unique blend of riffs and lead breaks. Cliff and Malcolm add solid metal rock by just being there. Brian continues to pick up where Bon Scott left off and Chris Slade holds it all together on the skins. That's the closest to a live show without being there. Simply superb. Onya' Angus.


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