AC/DC has released their first video “Rock ‘N Roll Train” in support of their new CD, Black Ice. Black Ice will be released in stores on October 20th, 2008.
Check out Rock ‘N Roll Train below!
Oh man, FO – I didn’t even comment about your 1st sentence !
Uh, excuse me..FO, what in the blue hell are you babbling about ? ” They’re just walkin on thier own way, no more.” What does that mean ??
And…” ..better than the others from 1981.” What others from ’81 ? You mean ” For Those About To Rock ” ? I’m not quite getting your point.
Next time, take a deep breath & think about what you’re gonna write first. OK ?
What do you wait from AC/DC? They’re just walkin on their own way, no more. The AC have never wanted to change on their style. This band ain’t no metallica changin all the time… This song is a great one, better than the others from 1981.
I hope the rest of the CD is better than this, another retread of “Highway To Hell”. Talk about a band stuck in their ways.
It’s so strange AC/DC made a deal with Wal*Mart. I remember back in the mid 80’s they caved in and stopped selling any Hard Rock records under pressure from the PMRC and church groups.
Hmmm, Sounds Just Like AC/DC…. Their Old Fart Fans Should Love It. From a DJ’s point of view, It’s something other than the same old song “You Shook Me All Night Long” the old farts can dance to.
just like all the other 25 videos from ACDC, but with the absolutely NEVER used “awesome” flashing NEON effects from a cheap ass post production software😛
But the song ROCKS.
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