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Highway to Hell Leads AC/DC to iTunes

by Shane McGlaun

If you like some of the music that AC/DC has made over the years, like me, it probably pains you to pay full price for a complete album when you only want a couple tracks. Sadly, AC/DC has kept their music off the iTunes digital music store so no one could buy individual tracks – until now. AC/DC’s full catalog is finally available on iTunes.

That means all sixteen of the band’s studio albums, along with four live albums, and three compilation albums are now available to purchase as digital tracks. Apple is also offering two exclusive iTunes collections. Naturally, one of those collections is called The Collection and gives you all sixteen studio albums for $99.99 (USD).


The other special collection only available on iTunes is called The Complete Collection, which includes all the studio albums, live albums, and box sets for $149.99. The best news is that fans can now purchase any individual track they want from any of the bands albums.

For those about to download, we salute you.

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