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AC/DC Live At River Plate World Premiere In London

May 6th AC/DC treated fans to an in person appearance at the world premiere of their brand new DVD & Blu Ray release "Live At River Plate", which is scheduled for release on May 10th. The Hammersmith Apollo in London was decked out with AC/DC cannons, Hells Bell and a black AC/DC carpet which the band entered the event, greeting fans on the way in. Ozzy Osbourne introduced the band before AC/DC appeared on the stage for a hello to fans before taking their seats to view the concert film on the big screen. As reported by Sky news, Angus Young discusses "Live At River Plate" and what's in store for the future.

Comments (12)

Fantastic night, thank you AC/DC and HMV

An amazing atmosphere!
Even made BBC news.
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Fantastic evening, got mals and cliffs autograph and just missed angus and brian. Brilliant film and a big thankyou for attending, it means a lot to your fans that you appear and personally thank them like you did on stage before the film started. Good luck for the future.


Where is Phill?

I hear acdc will be touring in the next couple of years

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The new concert tape sucks! It's bad enough they play the same songs every tour, but this time they
must put a close up of each member on screen with each frame.
This deviates from the usuall style.In turn the video becomes rather anoing to watch. don't be "in a hurry to "run out and get it" as it is the same, only worse.
Don't get me wrong........Love the music.
However is any one but me sick of "back in balck" and "highway to hell?"
Doug in Buffalo

AC/DC The BEST Rock N Roll BAND forever!!!

It's okay to play songs like Highway to Hell,Back in black, but perhaps to throw some songs that did not play as long example Razors Edge, Moneytalks ... Do not get me wrong to think that the other songs are bad because they are not, all their songs are hits, literally everything!

bought the dvd & loved the concert "again" a little dissapointed there wasn't a proper sit down interview with the band just the guys talking about a steak they ate & no interaction with phil