|2. Shoot To Thrill|
|3. Back In Black|
|4. Sin City|
|5. Who Made Who|
|7. Fire Your Guns|
|9. The Jack|
|10. The Razor's Edge|
See all 12 tracks on this disc
|1. Hells Bells|
|2. Are You Ready|
|3. That's The Way I Wanna Rock 'N' Roll|
|4. High Voltage|
|5. You Shook Me All Night Long|
|6. Whole Lotta Rosie|
|7. Let There Be Rock|
|9. Highway To Hell|
See all 11 tracks on this disc
This live album has a great selection of tracks (Back in Black, You SHook Me All Night Long, Highway to Hell, Dirty Deeds, For Those Aobut to Rock, among them) but the 2 disc version is more complete.
Including all of the songs on this version and also Sin City, Fire Your Guns, Jailbreak, Razor's Edge, Are you Ready, High Voltage, Let There be Rock, and Bonny.
For Jailbreak, High Voltage, and Let There be Rock alone the 2 disc set is the better buy.
Fortunately Brian, Angus & Malcolm Young, and-- er, those other dudes had plenty of heart left over to do the rest of the play list ("Thunderstruck", "Hells Bells", "Are You Ready", "Shoot to Thrill", etc) with just as much apparent zeal and vigor as they had displayed in the studio renditions of those same cuts. Which is a quality I usually find lacking in most live CDs, and the main reason why I shy away from them. 'Course, it could've been worse: they could've put out one of them pansified, foofy-@$$ 'unplugged' dealies that were so big back in the 90s. Thank God their sheer machismo prevailed over makin' a quick buck...
Also thrown in with the platters is a liner notes booklet that gives a brief yet informative history of AC/DC from their early days working the Australian pub circuit on through to the death of Bon Scott & the arrival of his successor Brian Johnson, and up to the then-present day (around 1992). It's a pretty fast read, and includes some interesting tidbits of info about the group and their struggles. If ya need to bone up on your AC/DC trivia, readin' this whilst takin' a listen to one of the platters at max volume (my personal fave: "Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap" on disc 1) is a good place to start. For ongoing lessons, [...] is a good starting point. In fact, you can use the CDs on this set to unlock exclusive music, videos, and photos on the site! Well, at least that's what the blurb on the back of the CD case says, anyway; I tried to check out these exclusive features on a couple occasions, and my computer hung every freakin' time! Ya know, some times technology really blows...
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