AC/DC will release AC/DC Live At River Plate, their first live album in 20 years, on Tuesday November 19th. AC/DC Live At River Plate was recorded in Buenos Aires in December 2009 when nearly 200,000 fans (over 3 sold-out nights) thunderously welcomed AC/DC back after a 13-year absence from Argentina. AC/DC Live At River Plate captures the legendary grandeur, excitement and energy that AC/DC’s live performances are renowned for. This ultimate live recording chronicles one of the largest shows from their massively successful Black Ice World Tour (where they performed to over 5 million fans in 108 cities in over 28 countries). The 19 tracks on AC/DC Live At River Plate span AC/DC’s extensive repertoire, including old and new classics like “Back In Black,” “Thunderstruck,” “You Shook Me All Night Long” and “Rock N Roll Train” (see below for full track listing). AC/DC Live At River Plate will be available as a special 3 disc red vinyl package as well as a special 2-CD package featuring multiple covers and a special 24-page booklet.
Released in 2011, the AC/DC Live at River Plate DVD detailed the fan excitement of AC/DC’s arrival in Argentina and documented the construction of their massive stage production. The DVD debuted at #1 in 17 countries and cemented the fact that fans just cannot get enough of AC/DC. Clips of “Thunderstruck” and “Shoot To Thrill” from AC/DC Live at River Plate have garnered 14 million and 22 million views respectively on YouTube. To date AC/DC’s videos have over 72 million views online, with an average 600,000 views per week.
AC/DC Live At River Plate is available for pre-order at www.ACDC.com
AC/DC Live At River Plate track listing is as follows:
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