AC/DC - Live at Donington

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  • Documentary, Music, Music Concert , produced in 1992 UK
  • Actors: AC/DC, Angus Young
  • Directed by: David Mallet
  • Rating: 8.4 out of 10
  • Plot Summary: Two hours of explosive footage from the legendary hard rockers themselves, LIVE AT DONNINGTON sees Angus Young and the boys hit the stage and wow a sizeable crowd at 1991's Monsters of Rock show at Castle Donnington. Always a spectacular live presence, AC/DC manage to take their recorded output to a whole new level in the live arena, combining some classic hard rock sounds with a level of cheeky showmanship that never fails to raise a smile. Singer Brain Johnson delivers an inimitable gravely vocal performance while resplendent in his trademark "cheesecutter" cap, while Young is of course decked out in full-on schoolboy attire as he unleashes some devastating guitar pyrotechnics. When it comes to hard rock, few bands are able to touch AC/DC for basic punishing riffs and strong vocal melodies that fans love to howl along to, and LIVE AT DONNINGTON offers the chance to witness them in all their glory. Twenty tracks are performed, including the classics "Back in Black," "You Shook Me All Night Long," "Dirty Deeds," "Highway To Hell," "Hells Bells" and "Thunderstruck."
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