Ac/dc - black ice world tour - live at morumbi stadium

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Whether artists actually lose money from ‘illegal’ downloads is something that can be debated . However, it is clear that refusing to make music available online will boost pirated downloads significantly. In just a few days the downloads of ‘Black Ice’ on BitTorrent equal a third of all AC/DC’s physical album sales last year. Quite a shocker.

Bon loved writing about Cadillacs. He mentions them in “Rocker” off the Australian version of TNT and the international release of Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap : Got slicked black hair / Skin tight jeans / Cadillac car and a teenage dream.

It was another blow to the Easybeats-AC/DC family that over a six decade career has seen the rock life claim singers Stevie Wright (2015) and Bon Scott (1980) and Malcolm Young sidelined by ill health in 2014.

On stage, Evans was occasionally replaced by the band's first manager , Dennis Laughlin, who was the original lead singer with Sherbet prior to Daryl Braithwaite . Evans did not get along with Laughlin, which also contributed to the band's ill feeling toward Evans. [30] By the middle of 1974, the band had built up a strong live reputation which led to a support slot for the visiting Lou Reed .

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