Hard rock legends AC/DC who have remained one of the last major holdouts to join the download revolution, finally folded like an Aussie lawn chair — as fans were greeted with their entire catalog posted on iTunes Monday morning.
The AC/DC flag prominently flew atop the iTunes music store to ensure that every major headbanger across the globe would not miss this epic event. You'll find 16 studio albums, 4 live albums and three compilation sets included in the collection.
Records like "Back In Black" and "Highway To Hell" are just two of the dirty deeds done dirt cheap at $9.99 with single tracks going for $1.29 each — delivering a $3.00 savings for those making the full album buy on these classic bits of rock history.
Now that AC/DC has finally come to iTunes the end of world can take place as planned on December 21, 2012 — which leaves us all a very short window to start downloading tracks from Angus Young and the boys.
AC/DC will celebrate their 40th anniversary next year should we all surrvive the impending death and destruction.
"For those about to ROCK — we salute you!"