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Family Jewels

AC/DC

Year: 2017

Runtime: 04:26:39

Here is the definitive history of AC/DC on video, from their breakthrough performance on Australian television to the Spanish television taping just ten days before singer Bon Scott's death. It then traces the classic 80's and 90's music videos.

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