Ac/dc - Let There Be Rock (Movie) (Blu-ray) 

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 - Ac/dc - Let There Be Rock (Movie) (Blu-ray) <strong>Exclusive to JB HI-FI</strong><br>This legendary concert film showcases the power and precision the group brought to the stage that night.
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FormatBlu-Ray
GenreMusical
Running Time98 mins
Aspect Ratio1.37:1
LanguagesEnglish (Dolby 2.0)
RatingG
Available04-04-2012
SourcedAustralia
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The tragic death of Bon Scott, AC/DC’s flamboyant front-man in early 1980 sent shockwaves throughout the rock music community. At the time no one could imagine a 1979 Paris concert would be the last filmed live concert of the hallowed singer’s career but he left the stage that night with the rest of the band leaving it all out there as he had done so many times before for millions of fans. This legendary concert film showcases the power and precision the group brought to the stage that night during the Australian hard rock band’s “Highway To Hell” tour. Let There Be Rock is fully remastered and available digitally for the first time with all 13 song performances, including classics such as “Whole Lotta Rosie”, “High Voltage”, “Highway To Hell”, and the epic anthem “Let There Be Rock”. Lead guitarist Angus Young takes centre stage in his trademark school-boy uniform and captures the audience with his energetic antics and frenetic solos. The film contains interview segments and humorous backstage footage of these hard rock pioneers, especially those last interviews with Scott. This release will be a great opportunity for fans of all ages to relive one of the greatest performances by one of the most decorated rock bands in history.

Tracklist
Live Wire
Shot Down In Flames
Hell Ain’t A Bad Place To Be
Sin City
Wall All Over You
Bad
Boy Boogie
The Jack
Highway To Hell
Girls Got Rhythm
High Voltage
Whole Lotta Rosie
Rocker
Let There Be Rock

Special Features
AC/DC The Bedrock of Riff: No one has mastered the basic DNA of Riff Rock as successfully as AC/DC. Explore Angus and Malcolm Young’s telepathic groove and the four-on-the-floor swing of Phil Rudd.
Angus Young A True Guitar Monster: Angus Young’s transformation from diminutive schoolboy to raging rock monster electrifies the masses. Find out what makes this time bomb tick.
Bon Scott The Pirate of Rock ‘n’ Roll: Bon Scott was the ringleader of the AC/DC show, balancing his screaming sexuality with a rakish charm. Get a glimpse into the life of a classic Rock 'n' Roll pirate.
AC/DC A Rock Solid Legacy: From bar band to arena rock, AC/DC stuck to their guns and shot their way to the top. Fellow rockers and journalists chart AC/DC’s ascent into the Pantheon of Rock Gods in rock ‘n’ roll history.
Loud, Locked & Loaded The Rites of Rock: Seasoned rockers, actors and journalists recollect their rite of passage as early witnesses to the raw, bone rattling rock of AC/DC.
6 Song-Specific Interviews

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