Plug Me In [DVD] review by AC/DC

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  • Released: Oct 16, 2007
  • Sound: 10
  • Content: 10
  • Production Quality: 10
  • Overall Impression: 10
  • Reviewer's score: 10 Gem
  • Users' score: 8.6 (37 votes)
AC/DC: Plug Me In [DVD]

Sound — 10
The sound is great for live footage very clean. AC/DC is probally the finest rock band to come from down under (australia) and this show it with great classic songs from all there albums. If you enjoyed AC/DC albums you would enjoy this pack very much. It's got the great sound of the Angus Young SG and the unique vocal of Bon Scott and Brian Johnston, if you wanna rock this is the pack to get bar none.

Content — 10
It has great videos of the band playing there most famous songs and not so famous but still awesome songs, it has songs such as High Voltage, It's A Long Way To The Top, T.N.T, Highway to Hell Whole Lotta Rosie, Shook Me All Night Long, Dirty Deeds, Thunderstruck, Stiff Upper Lip and plenty more. With the 3-disc pack includes some bonus material and a poster, and some old backstage passes and a few stickers.

Production Quality — 10
It was made to Ac Dc quality with all the clips having great footage of concerts from all around the world. It has been put together with time and hasn't been slaped up in a quick rush to get it on the market from some quick money, it is a true collectors item with great production quality.

Overall Impression — 10
The 3-disc pack is great got all the classics from both the Bon Scott era and the Brian Johnson era and everything in between. It's a bunch of the bands vidoes of them playing all around the world at all different concerts with a few little extras. The amount of songs is very impressive, this is an ultimate collectors item for AC/DC lover.

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    red157 wrote: xenoloko wrote: well why buy a dvd of music you dont like..... Exactly.
    Exactly x2
    Just got this yesterday, a four month late Christmas gift. I've only seen a little bit of it so far but it looks cool. And it's really loud too. Louder than Star Wars was when i was watching it right before.