AC/DC have made their entire back catalogue available on iTunes for the first time.
The Aussies had been one of the last remaining big name acts to reject the advances of Apple after the likes of The Beatles and Led Zeppelin reached their own heavily protracted agreements with the company during the course of the past year or so.
However, AC/DC’s label Columbia Records has now also accepted terms with Apple, and sixteen studio LPS, four live albums and three compilations are fully downloadable, all featuring tracks which have been mastered especially for iTunes.
The packages now available through iTunes include ‘The Collection‘ – where all the studio albums can be purchased for £79.99, and ‘The Complete Collection‘, which offers the entire range – live albums, compilations and all – for £99.99.
‘High Voltage’ (1976)
‘Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap’ (1976)
‘Let There Be Rock’ (1977)
‘Highway To Hell’ (1979)
‘Back In Black’ (1980)
‘For Those About To Rock We Salute You’ (1981)
‘Flick Of The Switch’ (1983)
’74 Jailbreak’ (1984)
‘Fly On The Wall’ (1985)
‘Who Made Who’ (1986)
‘Blow Up Your Video’ (1988)
‘The Razors Edge’ (1990)
‘Stiff Upper Lip’ (2000)
‘Black Ice’ (2008)
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