||AC/DC TO RELEASE 'BLACK ICE' LIVE DVD/CD IN MAY 2011
7th March 2011
AC/DC are to release the Black Ice World Tour live CD/DVD on May 10th 2011. It will be the band's sixth live release and was filmed at the Buenos Aires gigs on December 2nd, 4th and 6th, 2009 in front of 65,000 people each night at the River Plate Stadium in Argentina.
The film was directed by David Mallet, who has been filming AC/DC for over 25 years, starting with 'Who Made Who' which was also used in a feature film in 1986.
Brian Johnson, the band's lead singer, gave an interview in February confirming the latest release. However Johnson wouldn't be drawn on whether we can expect to see any live action from the band in a hurry. "After that [the live release] we haven't made any plans," he said. "We just want to have a rest, because we were on the road for two years. We played in front of five million people, and we deserve a rest."
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The track listing for the live DVD is as follows:
'Rock N' Roll Train'
'Hell Ain't a Bad Place to Be'
'Back in Black'
'Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap'
'Shot Down in Flames'
'Shoot to Thrill'
'Dog Eat Dog'
'You Shook Me All Night Long'
'Whole Lotta Rosie'
'Let There Be Rock'
'Highway to Hell'
'For Those About to Rock (We Salute You)'
The Fan, The Roadie, The Guitar Tech & The Meat
AC/DC Tour Animation
AC/DC Live At River Plate is a definitive live concert video documenting AC/DC's massive Black Ice World Tour. Shot with 32 cameras entirely in HD in December of 2009, AC/DC Live At River Plate marks AC/DC's triumphant return to Buenos Aires where nearly 200,000 fans, and 3 sold-out shows, welcomed the band back after a 13 year absence from Argentina.
This stunning live footage of AC/DC underscores what Argentina's Pagina 12 newspaper reported by saying "no one is on the same level when it comes to pure and clear Rock 'n Roll." Additionally the Blu-ray contains a bonus feature titled "The Fan, The Roadie, The Guitar Tech & The Meat," featuring interviews with AC/DC, their crew and fans among the excitement of the creation of the concerts and the city of Buenos Aires.