AC/DC - Black Ice (steel box edition) (2008)
DVD5 | VIDEO_TS | MPEG-2 Video, NTSC 16:9 (720:480), 29.97fps, 9490kbps | LPCM 2.0 | 8min | 570Mb
1CD | Flac + Cue + Log | 460Mb
rock | Columbia 88697417452 | rel: 2008 | covers
Unlike any other band of their stature, AC/DC truly don't care about the world at large. They see no triumph in their longevity, they long ago dismissed not only the idea of artistic statements but the very notion of artistic growth: they aren't good or bad, they simply are. They have nothing left to prove, so perhaps it shouldn't be a surprise that their albums lack any sense of urgency or motivation. AC/DC never rush to cut a record; they wait until Angus Young has collected enough riffs to hammer out an album's worth of songs, then they file in one by one to lay down their tracks with a big-budget producer, who inevitably gives them a clean, mammoth sound that's no different than what came before.