AC/DC Family Jewels
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hard_rocker89
March 26th 2006


278 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Great Review! This DVD is definitely the best way to really see the band in action and doing their very best to show everyone they're no bullshit band.

This DVD has gotten me into other songs I haven't really listened before either! Simply amazing.

les paul al
April 6th 2006


51 Comments


i have been thinking for ages whether to buy this dvd but ac/dc are starting to bore me with milking all of there succsess

onefortheman25
April 13th 2006


196 Comments


I got this awhile ago and man, it is awesome.
Minus the pathetic attempts at a mtv music video, (not such a great idea, brian Johnson isn't charasmatic enough to pull it off, maybe Bon, but not Brian)

metallicaman8
April 17th 2006


4677 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I'm not a very big AC/DC fan. I like their instrumentals but i can only take so much of the singers voice before i get a head ache

drowning_pool
April 25th 2006


2 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

one of my favoright clips on the dvd would have to be let there be rock its a great clip a great song its ac/dc

Toggi
April 25th 2006


2 Comments


im actually thinking of buying this tomorrow...

AC/DC FOR LIFE -- ROCK N ROLL FOR LIFE!

bassist in the pockt
April 29th 2006


18 Comments


AC/DC !!!

Guitarist with skill
May 11th 2006


9 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

AC/DC Rocks!!!

element99
June 1st 2006


12 Comments


great review. i dont know where u got this album for $12 thats crazy, i got it for$29.99 on sale. i dont like the second disk very much because it had to many music videos, not enough live music, my favorite video on the second disk is thunderstruck, angus is the only man who can play that with one hand in the air, without getting feedback from the other strings. i reccomend this movie, to any ac/dc fan

hard_rocker89
August 4th 2006


278 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Well actually...the actual song you're listening to on Family Jewels is edited from the album. At whatever concert they were playing at that time yes he was doing it one-handed...but like I said...the Thunderstruck you hear is from the album. So we actually don't know what it sounded like one-handed right there.

Don't get me wrong though...Angus is the man...my most favorite guitar player next to Jimmy Page, Eric Clapton, & S.R.V.



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