AC/DC have released a stream of their first live album in 20 years, which you can hear in the player below.
"AC/DC: Live At River Plate" was recorded at Buenos Aires in December 2009 with an audience of 200,000 fans over three nights. It was their first appearance in Argentina for 13 years, and one of the events of their Black Ice World Tour.
The album was released in various formats on Tuesday November 20. Fans can buy it as either a 3 x LP red vinyl and a 2-CD pack with a 24-page booklet.
This week, AC/DC finally published their discography to iTunes, after boycotting the service for years.
Until now, the band had avoided digital stores because it encourages single purchases rather than full albums. The Beatles and Kid Rock had made similar protests against digital services, but have since backed down.
Hear "AC/DC: Live At River Plate" here:
What do you think of the live recording? Was it worth the wait? Let us know in the comments.