Yeah, I know it's been the case for years, well decades really, but it's still weird to hear AC/DC referred to as "dad's music".
Father's Day apparently shot six old AC/DC albums back inside the Top 50 :
Acca Dacca created ARIA chart history yesterday as the only act to have six records in the top 50...AC/DC also claimed the 1 and 2 position on music DVD charts. AC/DC remain amongst the highest earning Australian entertainers even in years when they don't tour, or release new albums.
Leading the chart charge was the 1975 record, TNT, which leapt into the No. 20 spot. The band's 1990 album The Razors Edge is No. 26, 1979's Highway To Hell at No. 27, 1976's Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap at No. 28, 1986's Who Made Who at No. 30 and 2000's Stiff Upper Lip at No. 45.
A new album from AC/DC arrives on October 8. I'll review it as soon as it leaks.
Still waiting to hear whether AC/DC : The Musical will become a reality any time soon.
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