Live At Donington (AC/DC Album)
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Live At Donington AC/DC Album
Live at Donington
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Video by
Released26 October 1992 (VHS)
3 November 2003 (DVD)
16 October 2007 (Blu-ray)
RecordedDonington Park, 17 August 1991
GenreHard rock, Rock and Roll

Live at Donington is the DVD recording of the Australian rock band by AC/DC show at Donington Park on 17 August 1991, and it was the band's third Monsters of Rock festival. The two-hour show was performed before 72,500[1] spectators and included real cannons, the Hells Bell, an inflatable Rosie and an inflatable Angus.[2] It was filmed in 35 mm Panavision and had 26 cameras that included one situated inside a helicopter. The DVD includes special features such as stereo and 5.1 surround sound, Iso-cam versions of certain songs for different band members, and audio commentary from Angus and Malcolm Young.[2]

Another option allows the viewer to focus on just one member for the length of a song. This option is available for Angus Young on "Thunderstruck", "Back in Black", and "Highway to Hell". The option is offered for Malcolm Young on "T.N.T.", Brian Johnson on "Whole Lotta Rosie" and Cliff Williams on "Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap". For unknown reasons, this option was not available for Chris Slade. One other feature is a full catalogue discography with audio interview of all international albums.

Despite the commercial success of the DVD, many hardcore fans were disappointed that the audio was fixed, with many differences than the original video, though the DVD officially released in Brazil still has original audio. Tracks from Live at Donington on AC/DC Live have the original audio.

The audio was used for the Harmonix game AC/DC Live: Rock Band Track Pack.

Professional ratings
Review scores
Allmusic4/5 stars [1]

Set list

  1. "Thunderstruck"
  2. "Shoot to Thrill"
  3. "Back in Black"
  4. "Hell Ain't a Bad Place to Be"
  5. "Heatseeker"
  6. "Fire Your Guns"
  7. "Jailbreak"
  8. "The Jack"
  9. "Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap"
  10. "Moneytalks"
  11. "Hells Bells"
  12. "High Voltage"
  13. "Whole Lotta Rosie"
  14. "You Shook Me All Night Long"
  15. "T.N.T."
  16. "Let There Be Rock"
  17. "Highway to Hell"
  18. "For Those About to Rock (We Salute You)"[2]


Other releases


This concert was released for the first time in high-definition on Blu-ray Disc by Sony BMG on October 16, 2007.[3][4] The video is in 1080p, and is a brand new 35mm film transfer that includes a PCM 5.1 (48 kHz, 24 bit) soundtrack.

Rock Band

The concert has been released in the form of playable songs for the music video game series Rock Band under the name of AC/DC Live: Rock Band Track Pack.[5]

The Track Pack was released on November 2, 2008. In line with other AC/DC promotions, the track pack was only available through Wal-Mart and Sam's Club[6] in the United States.


  1. ^ AC/DC Monsters of Rock Festivals
  2. ^ a b c AC/DC (Band), David Mallet (Director) (2003-11-11). "AC/DC - Live at Donington" (DVD). Sony. ASIN B0000E2FLC. Retrieved .
  3. ^ "AC/DC to Rock Blu-ray with 'Live at Donington'". 2007-09-14. Retrieved .
  4. ^ AC/DC (Band), David Mallet (Director) (2007-10-16). "AC/DC - Live at Donington" (Blu-ray). Sony. ASIN B000VS6QTK. Retrieved .
  5. ^ "Kotaku: Rock Band's AC/DC Live Track Pack - The Details".
  6. ^ Breckon, Nick; Faylor, Chris (2008-09-29). "First Rock Band Spin-off Revealed: AC/DC Live Coming As $30 Wal-Mart Exclusive". Shacknews. Retrieved .

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