AC/DC Shares The Story Behind the Song “Rock N Roll Ain’t Noise Pollution”

AC/DC is still celebrating the 40th anniversary of its classic 1980 album “Back In Black”  with its new video series, “The Story Of Back In Black”. Episode five of the series, which focuses on the song “Rock N Roll Ain’t Noise Pollution”, is available to watch below. Read Ghost Cult’s retrospective review here. Last December, “Back in Black” was certified by the Recording Industry Association Of America for U.S. shipments of 25 million copies. “Back in Black” first went platinum in October 1980 and had previously been certified 22 times platinum in December 2007. The RIAA lists “Back In Black” as the fourth biggest-selling album of all time. On July 25, 1980, AC/DC released “Back In Black” in the U.S., followed by the album’s U.K. release on July 31. It was the band’s first album without lead singer Bon Scott, who had died a few months earlier after passing out and choking on his own vomit following a long night of drinking. Continue reading

AC/DC Shares The Story Behind the Song “Back In Black”

AC/DC is celebrating the 40th anniversary of its classic 1980 album “Back In Black”  with its new video series, “The Story Of Back In Black”. Episode three of the series, which focuses on the song “Back In Black” , is available to watch below. Read Ghost Cult’s retrospective review here. Last December, “Back in Black” was certified by the Recording Industry Association Of America for U.S. shipments of 25 million copies. “Back in Black” first went platinum in October 1980 and had previously been certified 22 times platinum in December 2007. The RIAA lists “Back In Black” as the fourth biggest-selling album of all time. On July 25, 1980, AC/DC released “Back In Black” in the U.S., followed by the album’s U.K. release on July 31. It was the band’s first album without lead singer Bon Scott, who had died a few months earlier after passing out and choking on his own vomit following a long night of drinking. Continue reading

AC/DC Shares “You Shook Me All Night Long” Live in Tokyo Video

AC/DC has shared a video of the band performing the song “You Shook Me All Night Long” live in Tokyo in 1981 which can be seen below. The clip was uploaded to the band’s official YouTube channel as part of the 40th-anniversary celebrations of AC/DC’s classic 1980 album “Back In Black”. Continue reading

AC/DC Shares the Second Episode The Story Of “Back In Black” Video Series – “Hells Bells”

 

AC/DC is celebrating the 40th anniversary of its classic 1980 album “Back In Black” by launching the new video series, “The Story Of Back In Black”. Episode two of the series, which focuses on the song “Hells Bells”, is available below. Last December, “Back in Black” was certified by the Recording Industry Association Of America for U.S. shipments of 25 million copies. “Back in Black” first went platinum in October 1980 and had previously been certified 22 times platinum in December 2007. The RIAA lists “Back In Black” as the fourth biggest-selling album of all time. On July 25, 1980, AC/DC released “Back In Black” in the U.S., followed by the album’s U.K. release on July 31. It was the band’s first album without lead singer Bon Scott, who had died a few months earlier after passing out and choking on his own vomit following a long night of drinking. Continue reading

AC/DC Shares “What Do You Do For Money Honey” Live in Tokyo Video

AC/DC has shared a video of the band performing the song “What Do You Do For Money Honey” live in Tokyo in 1981 which can be seen below. The clip was uploaded to the band’s official YouTube channel as part of the 40th-anniversary celebrations of AC/DC’s classic 1980 album “Back In Black”. Continue reading

AC/DC Shares the First Episode The Story Of “Back In Black” Video Series

AC/DC is celebrating the 40th anniversary of its classic 1980 album “Back In Black” by launching the new video series, “The Story Of Back In Black”. Episode one of the series, which focuses on the song “You Shook Me All Night Long”, is available below. Last December, “Back in Black” was certified by the Recording Industry Association Of America for U.S. shipments of 25 million copies. “Back in Black” first went platinum in October 1980 and had previously been certified 22 times platinum in December 2007. The RIAA lists “Back In Black” as the fourth biggest-selling album of all time. On July 25, 1980, AC/DC released “Back In Black” in the U.S., followed by the album’s U.K. release on July 31. It was the band’s first album without lead singer Bon Scott, who had died a few months earlier after passing out and choking on his own vomit following a long night of drinking. Continue reading