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AC/DC: Stiff Upper Lip Live (2001)

Live concert played at the Olympiastadion in Munich, Germany on 14th June 2001 in support of their then-recent album Stiff Upper Lip.

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Live concert played at the Olympiastadion in Munich, Germany on 14th June 2001 in support of their then-recent album Stiff Upper Lip.

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4 December 2001 (USA)  »

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Hell Ain't a Bad Place to Be
Written by Angus Young, Malcolm Young, Bon Scott
Performed by AC/DC
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Angus too old for Rock??? No Way!!!
2 June 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

He is the god of true insanity! He is the one who inspired Van Halen, Metallica, Jack Black, UFO, Guns N' Roses, Jet, Judas Priests, Def Leppard, White Snake, Kiss, and ME!!! His name is Angus Young. He is over fifty years old but still can play as he did when he was eighteen when AC/DC was formed. The Stiff Upper Lip Tour was their most recent tour. It was in 2001 and the album was critically acclaimed all over the world. The tour featured the expected effects at any AC/DC concert including: Hells Bells, the Whole Lotta Rosie blow up women, the 21 firing cannons for the finale, and of course his famous strip act of country of origin. This concert also included more effects like the large Angus statue and the platform which extended into the crowd. Even though they are getting older, they still ROCK!!! (unlike the Stones, haha!) I'd highly recommend this DVD. It features their real old classics from the High Voltage album to the Back in Black album.


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