AC/DC Black Ice

It’s AC/DC’s first album in eight years, and it is fantastic. Essentially it feels like classic rock as modern media. Just as Kid Rock did with Rock ‘n Roll Jesus, AC/DC has made an album that instantly feels like a classic. Their music sounds as good as it did in their hayday, and the title track, Black Ice, will rock your freakin’ socks off.

I highly recommend this album to anyone – and I mean anyone – who considers themselves a fan of any form of rock ‘n roll.

Trust me- you will not be disappointed.

Track Listing:
01. Rock ‘N Roll Train
02. Skies On Fire
03. Big Jack
04. Anything Goes
05. War Machine
06. Smash ‘N Grab
07. Spoilin’ For A Fight
08. Wheels
09. Decibel
10. Stormy May Day
11. She Likes Rock ‘N Roll
12. Money Made
13. Rock ‘N Roll Dream
14. Rocking All The Way
15. Black Ice

Concert DVD Review – AC/DC’s No Bull: the Director’s Cut

AC/DC has typically been known for putting on one Hell of a show after another. Their performance in Madrid, Spain in 1996 is certainly no exception.

The band consists of very visual performers who truly interact with their audiences and aim to put on a thrilling show. The DVD starts as the concert does. In front of what feels like millions of screaming fans, a giant wrecking ball demolishes a fake on-stage building, leaving an empty stage in need of rocking.

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