AC/DC: 'Live At Donington' Remastered DVD Due In November

The newly remastered version of AC/DC's "Live At Donington" video (Epic/Sony) will be released on DVD on November 3 in Europe and November 11th in North America.

Issued in digipak format with a new cover and booklet, it also includes a digital transfer from the original 16mm film and 5.1 Surround/Dolby Digital 2.0 mix by Mike Fraser, bonus footage of different camera angles, an interview, and audio commentaries on the entire AC/DC discography by Malcolm and Angus Young.

The DVD was recently screened at theaters in Glasgow, London and Birmingham. You can pre-order your copy at Amazon USA, Amazon UK, Amazon Germany or Amazon France. Warner Music is also issuing a box set with "No Bull" and "Stiff Upper Lip Live" DVDs in Europe on October 28 through November 10, depending on the territory. It can now be pre-ordered at Amazon UK, Amazon Germany or Amazon France.



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