They've also been admitted to the Grammy Hall Of Fame with their best-selling album "Back In Black".
Posted on Nov 23, 2012 01:10 pm
AC/DC are back in the charts after finally releasing their entire catalogue on iTunes.
The band had avoided digital stores because it encourages single track sales over full album purchases. However, it has now worked in their favour, with the song "Back In Black" reaching number 31 and "Highway To Hell" hitting number 40.
If you've been waiting to buy their entire discography, you can get it all at a discounted $150 from iTunes now.
Meanwhile, their best-selling album "Back In Black" has been added to the Grammy Hall of Fame in Los Angeles. A total of 933 albums have been admitted to recognise their historic significance. "Back In Black" has easily earned its place, with over 50 million copies sold worldwide.
Yesterday we streamed their brand new live album "AC/DC: Live At Riverplate" in full. It's their first live release in 20 years, and is available on vinyl or CD.
If the current rush of AC/DC fever isn't enough for you, they even have a new pinball game with their soundtrack available on iOS for $2.99 now.
Will AC/DC regret posting their albums to iTunes once the single sales die down? Let us know what you think in the comments.