AC/DC Concert Videos Available on iTunes -
It looks as though AC/DC have finally embraced the digital
It wasn't too long ago that frontman Brian
Johnson claimed iTunes
is going to 'kill music,' when he said:
"Maybe I'm just being old-fashioned, but this iTunes,
God bless 'em, it's going to kill music if they're not
careful," in 2008.
However, earlier this year the Aussie/UK rockers announced they
were to make 25 albums available via iTunes.
Yesterday (19th Dec) the band went one step further and
announced they were to make a selection of six concert videos
available through iTunes.
The six videos available are recently released 'Live at
River Plate,''Live at
Donington,'Live at the Circus Krone' and
'No Bull (The Director's Cut)'. The other two,
'Plug Me In' and 'Family Jewels'
are compilations of videos, various television performances and
rare footage, some of which dates back to the earliest days of the
Prices for the concert films are $12.99 (£8.00) for standard
definition and $15.99 (£10.00) for high definition, while the video
compilations, both of which have a run time of approximately four
hours, cost $21.99 (£13.99).
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