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New AC/DC DVD Showcases Bon Scott Era

Let There Be Rock is a raw and energetic concert film that invites us into the “Bon Scott Era” of AC/DC. Showcasing the “Highway To Hell” tour, tracks include “Whole Lotta Rosie”, “Let There Be Rock” and a LOT more.   Filmed in December of 1979, two months before Bon Scott’s untimely death, to a sold-out audience in Paris, Let There Be Rock offers 13 full performances, never before seen footage and bonus material. 

Stay tuned to the Hawk for a 1 hour special on this DVD and details on how you can win your very copy.

Warner Home Video Is proud to release…

AC/DC: Let There Be Rock

30th Anniversary Limited Edition

Release Date: June 7th 2011

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