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:: AC/DC - Family Jewels

This is what AC/DC fans all over the world have wanted - the definitive visual history of AC/DC on ‘Family Jewels’, a 2-disc DVD, which showcases the two distinct periods of their career.

DVD 1 highlights the 1975-1980 era when Bon Scott was the lead singer. After his untimely death, Brian Johnson took over the vocal reigns and the band’s post 1980 career is showcased in DVD 2.

The first DVD has the early television clips and some rarely seen TV appearances and promotional clips. The disc closes with Bon Scott’s last TV appearance in Spain before his death in 1980. The hits that defined their sound are all evident - Jailbreak, Highway To Hell, Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap, and It’s A Long Way To The Top, to name a few. These will be of great interest. Angus Young’s guitar playing from the outset was impressive, with blistering lead breaks - and even in the earliest clips included here, his school uniform showed that here was a band who were never going to take themselves too seriously.

DVD 2 (1980-1990) kicks off with “Hell’s Bells”, ushering in the Brian Johnson-led era. Also included are clips for “What Do You Do for Money Honey”, “Rock and Roll Ain't Noise Pollution” and “Back in Black” from the high-selling Back in Black album. There’s more live gems in “Let’s Get It Up” and “For Those About To Rock”, alongside clips from Fly On The Wall and Razors Edge.

Overall, the collection is a must-have for all AC/DC fans. The value of this DVD is excellent. The chance to see AC/DC video clips and footage is an extremely rare occurrence.

DVD Extras

Over three hours of classic videos, live footage, and TV appearances from 1975 to 1993

Includes the classic home video titles “Clipped,” “Fly On The Wall” and “Who Made Who” - never before seen on DVD

12-page ful colour DVD booklet

5 alternate video versions: It’s A Long Way To The Top/Jailbreak/Highway to Hell/You Shook Me All Night Long/Nervous Shakedown

Full catalogue discography