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AC/DC: Live at River Plate (2011)

Not Rated | | Documentary, Music | 6 May 2011 (UK)
AC/DC performs live at the River Plate.

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Angus Young ... Himself
Malcolm Young ... Himself
Brian Johnson ... Himself
Cliff Williams ... Himself
Phil Rudd ... Himself
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One for the Ages!
17 December 2011 | by bluekarma06See all my reviews

Just finished watching this concert and all I can say is WOW! At 60+ years of age, every member of ACDC still rock their hearts and lungs out for a solid 2 hours! Unreal! And there are NO BALLADS to rest! lol The 200+ thousand fans jumping in unison was awe-inspiring and made you really FEEL the POWER OF ROCK! Yea, these guys won't be a round forever but this concert video will truly be a testament to how these ageless wonders of HARD ROCK never forget the fans and the passion that comes from being on that HIGHWAY TO HELL! Many of us have been following ACDC since the beginning when Bon Scott was the front-man and although we miss him, Brian Johnson is no slacker and his growly voice is perfect for belting out all these anthems of rock! I SALUTE YOU ACDC!


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