Can't go wrong with the Back in Black album! Always try out the bigger speakers with that.
And the "If You Want Blood You've Got It" live album.
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AC/DC Bu-ray live at Donington is brilliant!
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this was the first album I listened to on my adm40s. The start of Hells Bells was my reason.
A favourite recent track is WAR MACHINE.
i do agree though, that Live is the best way to listen to them, I have the same feeling about Iron Maiden (pretty much most rock, really)
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I agree with all the previous posters, back in black is a fantastic album from start to end, and out of the vinyls I have is one of the best sounding.
The Iron man 2 soundtrack (though very few of the songs on it featured in the film!) lives in my car CD plater, I think its a really good collection of their hits, 'specially shoot to thrill and thunderstruck
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