AC/DC: Live at Donington

1992

Documentary / Music

185
IMDb Rating 8.5 10 1,340

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Angus Young as Self - Lead Guitar
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120 min
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Reviewed by eshmo2002 10 / 10 / 10

As good as live rock n roll can get in your living room.

I've had the DVD for awhile and watched it several times on a 46" screen, and it was great. Now, I have a 70" Sony and with the accompanying Bose system, it's as if I were at Donington. The live version of "High Voltage" is one of the truly underrated hard rock songs of all time. "Hells Bells," "Thunderstruck," "Highway to Hell" are awesome. The movie shows how dynamic Brian Johnson's voice was in 1991. Angus puts on a great show, and Chris Slade's drum work is as good as it gets. This should be a must for any AC DC fan.

Reviewed by pkwalden 10 / 10 / 10

Brilliant, ACDC at their best

Comparisons can be dangerous, however in this case I think justified. Comparing this to No Bull 1996, this is far and away superior sound mixing and recording. As for the show itself, a brilliant reproduction of the band and for best results, viewed on large widescreen and LOUD 5.1 surround sound. Angus at the front of the stage keeps the audience spellbound with his own unique blend of riffs and lead breaks. Cliff and Malcolm add solid metal rock by just being there. Brian continues to pick up where Bon Scott left off and Chris Slade holds it all together on the skins. That's the closest to a live show without being there. Simply superb. Onya' Angus.

Reviewed by les_rasmussen 10 / 10 / 10

High Voltage Rock'n'Roll

Superb performance by one of the best hard rockers ever! The best live recording of the band, even better than Let There Be Rock. Angus Young's (lead guitarist) guitar techniques have been perfected and he is still young enough to fly low around the stage as a winged duck... Brian Johnson's (lead singer) high pitched voice works unexceptionable and his performance are as eminent as Angus'. Steady and tight performance by Malcolm Young (rhythm guitar), Cliff Williams (bass) and Chris Slade (drums). It's a huge party with lightning music. This is AC/DC at their peak. The filming is a chapter of its own. Filmed in 35 mm with 26 cameras it documents AC/DC's performance perfectly. Cameras are placed among the audience, in a helicopter and underneath the stage filming through Plexiglas... The sound is also perfect, far better than for example the No Bull concert. The only thing a real AC/DC fan would miss, is Phil Rudd's (drummer of AC/DC until 1983 and again from 1995)laid-back drumming, but Chris Slade is doing great in his own furious style. A real must-see for all AC/DC fans and others who wants to watch a perfect timed and spectacular concert with a rare trustworthy performance. HIGHLIGHTS: Back In Black, The Jack, Whole Lotta Rosie and For Those About To Rock (We Salute You)

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