Monday, May 16, 2011

AC / DC focus the energy of their concerts in Buenos Aires on DVD

Madrid, May 15 (EFE) .- The Australian band AC / DC intends to break into the houses of his followers with a crushing live concert recorded in Buenos Aires during his last tour, which has just published under the title "Live at River Plate ". The absolute fidelity DVD recreates the performances that the band of brothers Young offered during the world tour undertaken in 2009 to present the album "Black ice", with which covered more than a hundred cities in 28 countries for twenty months.

The recording captures AC / DC before his ardent audience of Buenos Aires, which added 200,000 people for three nights at the stadium of River Plate in December 2009. The enthusiasm of Argentine fans, capable of responding with amazing synchronization downloads Australian group and chanting in unison riffs of Angus Young's guitar is one of the main ingredients of this DVD.

Director David Mallet has given ample space to the images of the flood of viewers, captured from many angles and mixing constantly with the stage. And there, as usual, the hyperactive focus eyes and hearty Angus Young Brian Johnson, who, microphone in hand, greeted the audience in Spanish to a clumsy start of the concert.

"Live at River Plate" contains nineteen songs, almost repertoire that AC / DC offered with few changes during his world tour, which began with "Rock n roll train", the main topic of his latest album. For nearly two hours of recording, the band formed in 1973 by Malcolm and Angus Young shells all their classics, with some space for the subjects of "Black ice".

"Back in Black", "Hells Bells", "TNT" and "Let There Be Rock" will occur accompanied by the iconography of the group: horns, bells, railway equipment and guns, to reach the final fireworks with the essential " Highway to hell "and the solemn" For Those about the Rock (We Salute You). " The DVD, the band introduced a few days at the Hammersmith Apollo in London, bonus material includes interviews with band members, his staff and some supporters.

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