By: Mike Bober
Let There Be Rock!
Those four words aren’t just the name of AC/DC’s 1977 album, they are also four words one can scream before rocking out to some AC/DC at full volume whenever, wherever.
And now, anybody can scream that phrase after just the click of a mouse.
For the first time ever, AC/DC’s complete catalog is available digitally, on the iTunes store worldwide!
That’s right, all sixteen studio albums from their debut 1976 album, High Voltage, to their 2008 chart topper, Black Ice, as well as the band’s four live albums and three compilations.
According to the official press release, fans can download the full albums, or just their personal favorite tracks, all of which have been mastered for iTunes.
They can also choose between two specially packaged digital compilations: The Complete Collection which contains all studio albums, live albums and box sets for $149.99, and The Collection, which contains all sixteen studio albums for $99.99.
This is your chance to hear the raw, powerful music from your favorite Aussie rock group, in the way that engineers and producers wanted you to.
While you’re here, check out the new video for “You Shook Me All Night Long” below!