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AC/DC Rip It Up on 'Live at River Plate' – Album Premiere

Buenos Aires set is band's first concert album in 20 years

November 16, 2012 8:00 AM ET
AC/DC, 'Live at River Plate'
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Click to listen to AC/DC's album 'Live at River Plate'

Back in 2009, AC/DC's Black Ice World Tour brought them back to Buenos Aires, Argentina, after a 13-year absence for three sold out shows that drew nearly 200,000 people. Those massive concerts were captured on tape, and on November 19th, the hard rock overlords will release Live at River Plate, their first live record in 20 years (pre-order the album here). Now you can get an exclusive first listen to all 19 bombastic tracks, including perennial devil-horn raisers "Back in Black," "TNT" and "Shoot to Thrill," as well as new cuts like "Rock N Roll Train" and "Black Ice." Live at River Plate, will be available as a two-CD package that includes multiple covers and a 24-page booklet, as well as a three-disc red vinyl package.

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