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Go Behind the New Rolling Stone Cover: AC/DC

October 30, 2008 10:00 AM ET

AC/DC are on top of the charts, on their way around the world and on the cover of the current Rolling Stone. Click above to go behind the scenes of the Australian band's cover shoot and find out what Angus Young, Brian Johnson and Malcolm Young think about their first cover of Rolling Stone and why Black Ice is such a good title for an album and how they approached the studio this time out. Plus, click here for 40 years of photo: big riffs and schoolboy uniforms.

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