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AC/DC: Family Jewels (2005)

Clips of AC/DC rocking out in both Live and Studio!
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Not all AC/DC video clips have been included here. Missing is the 1973 recording of "Can I Sit Next to You Girl" with original vocalist Dave Evans, the "Rock Your Heart Out" compilation video from 1991 as well as alternate versions of several clips such as "Long Way to the Top", "Highway to Hell", "Jailbreak", "You Shook Me All Night Long" and more. See more »

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In the video for Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap, fans grab Bon Scott and distract him. See more »

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Features The Midnight Special (1972) See more »

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Great DVD, but has problems
24 September 2005 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

AC/DC: Family jewels is, simply put, a great DVD, and worth buying for any AC/DC fan. Contains 20 clips from from the Bon era, and 20 from the brian era. But... that's it. Disc 2 has a discography on it, but that's the only extra on this DVD.

Now, the clips are great, don't get me wrong, but there could have been more. There is a clip of "Can I sit next to you girl" with original singer Dave Evans, Which would have been a great inclusion to the DVD. And there aren't any clips from Ballbreaker or Stiff upper lip, or even Live. What there is is good, but there could have been more.

The major problems with these clips, is that most of them we've already seen hundreds of times.

Though, all the clips are great, the best are: Baby please don't go, Show Business, It's a long way to the top(If you want to rock and roll), T.N.T, Jailbreak, Dirty Deeds done dirt cheap Let there be rock, sin city, Highway to hell, Hells bells, Back in black, What do you do for money honey, Rock and roll ain't noise pollution, Lets get it up, For those about to rock(We salute you), Shake your foundations, Thunderstruck and Are you ready.

Most of the one's I selected are in that list because of the songs, but the clip for songs such as jailbreak are just fantastic(So cheap it's great).


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