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AC/DC - Live At River Plate (2009) [BDRemux] Repost  Music

Posted by juanchito at Jan. 19, 2017
AC/DC - Live At River Plate (2009) [BDRemux] Repost

AC/DC - Live At River Plate (2009)
BDRemux 1080p | MKV | MPEG-4/AVC, 1080p, 26.7 Mbps, 23,976 fps, High@L4.1
Audio: DTS-HD MA 5.1 48 kHz, ~5096 Kbps, 24-bit (core: DTS 5.1 24 bits, 1509kbps, 48kHz);
LPCM 2.0 48 kHz, 2304 Kbps, 24-bit | Length: 01:36:00 | 26.55 GB
Genre: Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Rock

AC/DC - No Bull (Director's Cut) (2008) [BDRip 720p]  Music

Posted by juanchito at Feb. 25, 2016
AC/DC - No Bull (Director's Cut) (2008) [BDRip 720p]

AC/DC - No Bull (Director's Cut) (2008)
BDRip 720p | MKV | 1280x720, 29.970 fps, x264, 2PASS HIGH@L4.1, ~7667 Kbps avg
Audio: 6ch DTS, ~1536.00 kbps avg | Length: 02:03:34 | 7.93 GB
Genre: Rock, Hard Rock | Nitroflare/Filefactory

BBC - The Easybeats to AC/DC: The Story of Aussie Rock (2016)  Video

Posted by notbanned at Feb. 24, 2016
BBC - The Easybeats to AC/DC: The Story of Aussie Rock (2016)

BBC - The Easybeats to AC/DC: The Story of Aussie Rock (2016)
WEBRip | 1280x720 | .MKV/AVC @ 2385 Kbps | 59mn 0s | 1006 MiB
Audio: English AAC 128 kbps, 2 channels | Subs: None
Genre: Documentary

A film about the sound of Australian rock The Easybeats to AC/DC: The Story of Aussie Rock tells of the emergence of one of the world’s greatest rock band – AC/DC, or Acca Dacca as they are known in Australia, and the legendary music company, Albert Music(Alberts) that helped launched them on to the global rock scene. Through the 1960s, 70s and 80s, Alberts created a house of hits in Australia that literally changed the sound of Australian popular music. It started with the Easybeats and their international hit Friday On My Mind back in the 60s.

AC/DC: Live at Donington (1991) [video Released on 1992]  Music

Posted by Mindsnatcher at Dec. 10, 2014
AC/DC: Live at Donington (1991) [video Released on 1992]

AC/DC: Live at Donington (1991)
Blu-ray | BDMV | AVC @ 30.4 Mbps, 23.976 fps | 1920 x 1080 (16:9) | 1 hr 58 min | 42.0 GB
Audio: Englihs: AC-3 5.1 48 kHz, ~2304 Kbps, 24-bit
Genre: Music Video, Concert

Filmed with Panavision cameras and lenses on 35mm film with 26 cameras, including one helicopter, AC/DC: Live at Donington is presented in high definition 1080p on this Blu-ray Disc release in its original 1.78:1 aspect ratio. For this release, Sony-BMG and Columbia Music Video have provided three listening options: 48kHz/24bit PCM stereo, Dolby Digital 5.1 (640 kbps) and PCM 5.1 48kHz/24bit. Because of the use of so many cameras from various distances and the differing levels of lighting throughout the performance the quality of the picture does vary, often times from one shot to the next, but this has more to do with the things I've mentioned than with the encoding. For example, in certain darker shots from more distant cameras, there is a higher level of grain present than in well-lit shots from cameras closer to or actually on the stage where little to no grain can be seen at all.

AC/DC - Live at River Plate (2009) Blu-Ray Remux  Music

Posted by Mindsnatcher at Aug. 1, 2014
AC/DC - Live at River Plate  (2009) Blu-Ray Remux

AC/DC - Live at River Plate (2009)
BD Remux | MKV | AVC @ 34.0 Mbps, 23.976 fps | 1920 x 1080 (16:9) | 1 hr 51 min | 26.5 GB
Audio 1: DTS-HD MA 5.1 48 kHz, ~5096 Kbps, 24-bit (core: DTS 5.1 24 bits, 1509kbps, 48kHz)
Audio 2: LPCM 2.0 48 kHz, 2304 Kbps, 24-bit
Genre: Music Video, Concert

It doesn't matter if you love AC/DC or hate them. It doesn't matter if you think Angus Young's bizarre schoolboy costume makes him a fashion victim or a major style icon. It doesn't matter if you think Brian Johnson is one of the greatest rock vocalists of all time or simply Rod Stewart-lite. Whatever your personal opinion about all of these pressing international issues may be, you might want to check out AC/DC Live at River Plate if only for one completely irrelevant, tangential item. Buenos Aires' gargantuan Estadio Monumental Antonio Vespucio Liberti, otherwise known as the River Plate Stadium, hosted a three night event over the first two weeks of December, 2009, that saw AC/DC perform nine sold out concerts to a thronging mass of humanity.

AC.DC - Music in Review part 3 Back in Black  Video

Posted by vman at June 23, 2013
AC.DC - Music in Review part 3 Back in Black

AC.DC - Music in Review part 3 Back in Black
DVDrip | 688 x 400 | XviD ISO MPEG-4 1285 Kbps | 1:16 mn | Audio: English MP3 192 kbps, 2 channels | 850 MB
Genre: Documentary

AC/DC is a hard rock band, formed in Sydney, Australia in 1973 by brothers Angus and Malcolm Young. The group is considered to be a pioneer of hard rock and heavy metal music along with Led Zeppelin, Deep Purple and Black Sabbath, but the members refer to their music as "rock 'n roll." More than three decades into a career that shows no signs of slowing down or letting up, AC/DC, like electricity itself, provides the world with an essential source of power and energy. Since forming in 1973, AC/DC's high voltage rock 'n' roll has flowed out into the world via consistently sold-out concert tours and global sales totaling more than 150 million albums and counting.
This is the ultimate critical review of a legendary band, from the early days when AC/DC rose from playing obscure clubs to conquering the world. For many fans, Bon Scott was a legendary frontman without equal, and his powerful voice was the key to a host of classic hits from Whole Lotta Rosie to Let There Be Rock. After his trgic death, the virtually unknown Brian Johnson stepped into the breach, and AC/DC came storming back with the classic album Back In Black.
Back in Black
A dedicated team of professionals, including AC/DC aficionado and author Paul Stenning and journalist and author Carol Clerk, review the key factors in the conception and creation of the album. One of the most important elements in Back In Black was the production, and experts Tony Platt (engineer and producer to a stellar list of rock stars) and Simon Davie (Angus Young in top tribute act Dirty DC) give their industry insight into what really made this album buzz. With rare archive performance and interview footage, this film will take you behind the facade of the official release, in an uncompromising and complete review of one of the best rock'n'roll albums ever made

AC.DC - Music in Review part 2 The Brian Johnson Era  Video

Posted by vman at June 22, 2013
AC.DC - Music in Review part 2 The Brian Johnson Era

AC.DC - Music in Review part 2 The Brian Johnson Era
DVDrip | 688 x 400 | XviD ISO MPEG-4 1285 Kbps | 1:16 mn | Audio: English MP3 192 kbps, 2 channels | 850 MB
Genre: Documentary

AC/DC is a hard rock band, formed in Sydney, Australia in 1973 by brothers Angus and Malcolm Young. The group is considered to be a pioneer of hard rock and heavy metal music along with Led Zeppelin, Deep Purple and Black Sabbath, but the members refer to their music as "rock 'n roll." More than three decades into a career that shows no signs of slowing down or letting up, AC/DC, like electricity itself, provides the world with an essential source of power and energy. Since forming in 1973, AC/DC's high voltage rock 'n' roll has flowed out into the world via consistently sold-out concert tours and global sales totaling more than 150 million albums and counting.
This is the ultimate critical review of a legendary band, from the early days when AC/DC rose from playing obscure clubs to conquering the world. For many fans, Bon Scott was a legendary frontman without equal, and his powerful voice was the key to a host of classic hits from Whole Lotta Rosie to Let There Be Rock. After his trgic death, the virtually unknown Brian Johnson stepped into the breach, and AC/DC came storming back with the classic album Back In Black.
The Brian Johnson Era
The year was 1980, and AC/DC had just lost the legendary frontman Bon Scott. He had been the epitome of the hard rockin' sound the band made their own, and this would have been the end of the line for most. However, Brian Johnson was recruited and the band produced their most popular album Back In Black, selling over 40 million copies worldwide.

AC.DC - Music in Review part 1 Bon Scott Years  Video

Posted by vman at June 21, 2013
AC.DC - Music in Review part 1 Bon Scott Years

AC.DC - Music in Review part 1 Bon Scott Years
DVDrip | 688 x 400 | XviD ISO MPEG-4 1285 Kbps | 1:16 mn | Audio: English MP3 192 kbps, 2 channels | 850 MB
Genre: Documentary

AC/DC is a hard rock band, formed in Sydney, Australia in 1973 by brothers Angus and Malcolm Young. The group is considered to be a pioneer of hard rock and heavy metal music along with Led Zeppelin, Deep Purple and Black Sabbath, but the members refer to their music as "rock 'n roll." More than three decades into a career that shows no signs of slowing down or letting up, AC/DC, like electricity itself, provides the world with an essential source of power and energy. Since forming in 1973, AC/DC's high voltage rock 'n' roll has flowed out into the world via consistently sold-out concert tours and global sales totaling more than 150 million albums and counting.
This is the ultimate critical review of a legendary band, from the early days when AC/DC rose from playing obscure clubs to conquering the world. For many fans, Bon Scott was a legendary frontman without equal, and his powerful voice was the key to a host of classic hits from Whole Lotta Rosie to Let There Be Rock. After his trgic death, the virtually unknown Brian Johnson stepped into the breach, and AC/DC came storming back with the classic album Back In Black.
Bon Scott Years
A retrospective featuring a comprehensive and detailed study of this legendary band in the crucial years when Bon Scott was in the band and AC/DC rose from playing obscure clubs to conquering the world. For many fans Bon was a legendary front man without equal and his leather-lunged power was the key to a host of classic hits from Whole Lotta Rosie to Let There Be Rock. Featuring rare footage, this film draws together a team of leading critics and working musicians to review the legacy of one of the greatest frontmen in rock.

AC/DC - No Bull (2000)  Music

Posted by penseur at May 11, 2013
AC/DC - No Bull (2000)

AC/DC - No Bull (2000)
DVD-Video, concert | (DVD-9 ISO) 7,00 Gb | Type: PAL | Region: Zones 2/3/4/5/6 | Aspect Ratio: 4:3 (4:3) | Dolby Digital 5.0/ Dolby Digital Stereo
or DVDR-Rip: concert ONLY - 1,61 Gb | Type: XVID Mpeg-4 | 574*460 | AC-3, 48000 Hz, 192 Kbps
artworks - 154 Mb
Genre: Rock - Style: Hard Rock | Released: 16 October 2000 | RAR 10% Rec. | mirrors: DF.com/ U.net

No Bull is a live video released by AC/DC in November 1996, filmed on Super 16mm at Madrid's Plaza de Toros de Las Ventas on 10 July 1996 during the Ballbreaker world tour. It was directed by David Mallet, produced by Rocky Oldham, mixed by Mike Fraser, and edited by David Gardener and Simon Hilton; production company was Serpent Films. The show, involving cranes, a large model of "Rosie" and a finale with half a dozen blazing cannons, features 20 live tracks spanning their then 22 year career. It features 4 tracks from Ballbreaker album, as well as other classic songs by the band. [Wikipedia]

AC/DC Live At Donington (1992/2003) RE-UPLOAD  Music

Posted by penseur at Nov. 11, 2011
AC/DC Live At Donington (1992/2003) RE-UPLOAD

AC/DC Live At Donington (1992/2003) RE-UPLOAD
DVD-Video, concert (ISO) | DVD-9 - 7,58 Gb | Type: PAL | Region: all zones | Aspect Ratio: 16:9 | PCM stereo (2 channels) - Dolby sound stereo (2 channels) - 5.1 Dolby surround stereo (6 channels)
or DVDR-Rip: concert ONLY - 2,09 Gb | Type: XVID Mpeg-4 | 720*576 | AC-3, 48000 Hz, 96 Kbps
artworks - 69 Mb
Genre: Rock - Styles: Hard Rock, Classic Rock | Released: November 3, 2003 | RAR 10% Rec. | mirrors: DF.com/ U.net

Live at Donington is the DVD recording of the AC/DC show at Donington Park on 17 August 1991, and it was the band's third "Monsters of Rock" festival. The two hour show was performed before 72,500 spectators and included real cannons, the Hells Bell, an inflatable Rosie and an inflatable Angus. It was filmed in 35 mm Panavision and had 26 cameras that included one situated inside a helicopter. The DVD includes special features such as stereo and 5.1 surround sound, Iso-cam versions of certain songs for different band members, and audio commentary from Angus and Malcolm Young…. [Wikipedia]