DVD 2 |1. Hells Bells |2. Back In Black |3. What Do You Do For Money Honey |4. Rock And Roll Ain't Noise Pollution |5. Let's Get It Up |6. For Those About To Rock (We Salute You) |7. Flick Of The Switch |8. Nervous Shakedown |9. Fly On The Wall |10. Danger |11. Sink The Pink |12. Stand Up |13. Shake Your Foundations |14. Who Made Who |15. You Shook Me All Night Long |16. Heatseeker |17. That's The Way I Wanna Rock 'N' Roll |18. Thunderstruck |19. Moneytalks |20. Are You ReadyThis takes me back to my college days, where debates over who was the better vocalist of the band took place. Who cares really, this is a great collection of tunes from a decent rock back. From the first two tracks on the first disk, you can easily hear the blues tinged sound, which eventually got heavier over the years but is still present to a lesser degree on the newer material. It's always nice to see real bands, instead of hearing nothing but synthesisers or having 100 singers talk (not sing) and not a single musician on stage (ok my rant is over). Obvious criticism is that the review disks have only one chapter per disk, although I do believe that the videos will be accessible via menus etc. Also, why they couldn't put it on a single DVD9 is also beyond me, but I think that's more for the separation of the two singers and you can choose who you'd rather hear. Music is always a subjective thing, much more so than a movie, as if you really dislike the band or genre, nothing will make you listen to them, but having said this, for people who dislike AC/DC or rock you really aren't going to like this, so why read the review? Fans of rock/blues and of course, AC/DC should get this, purely for the Bon Scott first disk.
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