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This is good snapshot of the band in that era, but definitely not the best example of ACDC live.
It's entertaining and the band still had plenty of energy, with Brian becoming more of a stage performer - later on of course he became even more comfortable up there.
Slade was a fine drummer but regularly played the songs too fast, spoiling the stomping feel somewhat.
On that tour Angus deviated strangely to a more distorted sound which was not typical of his previous sound. Subsequently the twin guitars are not quite the classic sound which you can hear on Youtube before or after this era.
Brian sounds great, even though his voice sounded quite churned up and ragged in that era, it suited the raw power of the music, and in reality it was his last tour as a real balls-out power singer, though he has certainly showed flashes of that here and there in each tour since. His best live work and quality of voice can be found in the 80s stuff - there's no shame in admitting that.
Overall it's great stuff, but the most representative Brian-eras are with Rudd on drums. It's a '7' by their standards but an '8' or '9' compared to what else is out there.
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