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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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Perfect for AC/DC Fans or People Trying to Get into the Band
11 December 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I'll be frank - I love AC/DC. They are an excellent band who held up well with two different singers.

The first DVD contains song videos back from the time of Bon Scott (either from 1974 - 1979 or 1975 - 1979). These show the performance of AC/DC's original front man before his death.

The second DVD contains song videos from the time of Brian Johnson (possibly from 1980 - sometime in the early 1990's). These show the performance of Brian Johnson, AC/DC's second front man who shows that he can hold Bon's spot very well.

As for the rest of the band, they're all there doing what they normally do best- rocking out hard.

And it's always a pleasure to see Angus Young go crazy on stage.

BUY IT!


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