AC/DC: Live at DoningtonDirector: Angus Young, Malcom Young, Brian Johnson, Cliff Williams
Australian hard rock titans AC/DC hit the stage for the 1991 "Monsters of Rock" show at Castle Donington in the UK, and this DVD gives the filmed record of the event the presentation it deserves. AC/DC: Live at Donington has been transferred to disc in the full-frame aspect ratio of 1.33:1, and the audio has been mastered in two formats: Dolby Digital 5.1 and PCM stereo. The songs are performed in English, with no multiple language options. Bonus materials include an audio commentary from founding members Angus Young and Malcolm Young, a multi-angle function that allows certain songs to be seen from the perspective of different members, and a complete AC/DC discography.
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1. Thunderstruck [5:28]
2. Shoot to Thrill [5:35]
3. Back in Black [4:02]
4. Hell Ain't a Bad Place to Be [4:20]
5. Heatseeker [3:32]
6. Fire Your Guns [3:08]
7. Jailbreak [19:37]
8. The Jack [6:14]
9. Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap [4:37]
10. Moneytalks [4:05]
11. Hells Bells [5:54]
12. High Voltage [9:10]
13. Whole Lotta Rosie [4:34]
14. You Shook Me All Night Long [3:34]
15. T.N.T. [3:24]
16. Let There Be Rock [17:19]
17. Highway to Hell [4:18]
18. For Those About to Rock (We Salute You) [6:21]
19. Credits [2:29]
The Backstage Pass
Angus: Back in Black
Angus: Highway to Hell
Brian: Whole Lotta Rosie
Cliff: Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap
Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap
Let There Be Rock
If You Want Blood You've Got It
Highway to Hell
Back in Black
For Those About to Rock We Salute You
Flick of the Switch
Fly on the Wall
Who Made Who
Blow Up Your Video
The Razors Edge
Live: 2 CD Collector's Edition (First Disc)
Live: 2 CD Collector's Edition (Second Disc)
Stiff Upper Lip
Bonfire: Live From the Atlantic Studios
Bonfire: Let There Be Rock - The Movie: Live in Paris
Bonfire: Let There Be Rock - The Movie: Live in Paris, Part 2
Bonfire: Back in Black
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This is AC/DC's best performance captured live ever. It shows what Angus is capable in his guitar abilities. The band puts all they have to offer on the line in this video. It features such awesome songs as Highway to Hell, Hells Bells, and THunderstruck.
I have been a die hard AC/DC fan ever since "You Shook Me All Night Long" changed my life. Nobody in my school likes ac/dc, and i get made fun of for it, but in the end, I get the last laugh. All the rap and pop stars that they enjoy are gone in a matter of years, but THESE bad boys have been rockin' for over 30 years. This dvd is incredible, it really documents what an ac/dc concert is really like. Oh, if only I had been born 25 years earlier....
hated by the critics, ac/dc is adored by their fans. i've seen many a concert by groups such as the stones, the allman bros, michael jackson, etc. and no one comes close to connecting with their audience like these guys. from the opening riff to the finish the audience dances, claps, sings along and never sits down. the truth is that their music, their 'hooks' on every song are irresistable-they make you want to get up and dance. the lyrics are so so but catchy with too much emphasis on sexual innuendo for my taste, but i guess that's part of the allure to their typically young and working class crowd. make no doubt about it, angus young is the best showman in rock-remember i've seen the stones 10 times. and also a terrific guitar plyer. his brother malcolm is a superb rhythm guitarist, while the drummer, who no longer plays for them, is not only a great player but has an intensity about him that's riveting. one quick note about this group which i find amusing. the critics hate them. all these college educated sophisticates abhor them as male chauvinists. they think their lyrics are somehow degrading to women and that their music is simplistic-too basic to be considered serious by let's say the 'great' rolling stone magazine, which never gave them a favorable review or by the new york times which to my knowledge has never mentioned them. yet they have been and continue to be one the biggest draws in the entertainment biz. believe me you will never see a better group live-not only are they competent, they're into it big time with an honesty that's palpable. this recording was edited in such a way so that you can feel this intensity as they play, and feel the intensity of the audience and how they connect. it's very cool. i own lots of musical dvds from led zep to das rheingold and this is number one. i actually own it on vhs, and feel i gotta have it on dvd for the enhancemants in sound and content. on the fence whether to buy it. jump in- you'll be thanking me. enjoy!
This video had to have been the best AC/DC product I have ever bought. It shows all band members at their best. Angus goes Crazy just as any hardcore AC/DC fan would ecpect him to. And Brian Johnson's voice was as good, if not better than the original recordings of the songs.
It made me feel as if i was at the consert, the sound ^ colour were perfect.
Live in Donington is the greatest rock movie ever. I just can't stop watching it, its so good. Like Let there be rock because that is my favorite song. And in that song were the Angus Blow dude's pant fall down is so funny. Just like the part in Jailbreak werer Angus shows his but to the croud. The songs are so great. The cool thing is if you buy the cd then you know that there doing. It's so cool. I just can't stop talking about it. Overall anyone who sees this movie should buy it right away.
An awesome video. Hells Bells, Shook me all night long, Jailbreak, and for those about to rock (we salute you) are all awesome songs. A great performance by Angus Young. He was definately the heart of that night. Everyone should get this movie, it is incredible.
I don't write to many reviews, but only when something is as good as this I do. This DVD is great, at first I considered the stiff upper lip DVD because it has more tracks. But then I heard this DVD is more exiting, because there younger and they move around more. And boy was it ever true,Angus never stops to catch his breath.I liked the part in 'Jailbreak'where Angus Young strips into his underwear and moons the crowd.Then at the end of 'Jailbreak' he rolls onto the ground and starts spinning around and freaking out.And on 'Hells Bells' at the end Angus takes Brians hat and puts it on,and runs away,then Brian Johnson picks up a giant sludge hammer and starts hitting the giant bell.Angus is full of energy and alway running and jumping.It's incrdible stage antics like these that seperate an AC/DC concert from any other.Also Angus sticks the guitar neck between Johnsons' legs and plays it like that.A great concert.