After years of snubbing the digital revolution, AC/DC have finally given in, and allowed their new live CD and back catalogue to be sold on iTunes.
Triple M reports that the band’s management have chosen the weekend’s release of Live at River Plate to make their move into the legal downloading world – aligning with Apple’s iTunes as the first online music service to offer their tunes.
Individual tracks are priced at $2.19, with albums at the standard Australian iTunes price of $16.99. And, if you want to get an almighty dose of the band, you can download all of the albums in a special package for $229.99.
Live at River Plate is the audio version of the epic DVD of the same name, which was released last year. The CD was recorded over the band’s three-night stand at River Plate Stadium in Buenos Aries, Argentina during their 2010 Black Ice World Tour.
Here’s the official trailer for the album:
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