AC/DC RUNNING FOR HOME - LOST BROADCAST RECORDING FROM THE BAND’S HOMETOWN IN 1977

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LOST BROADCAST RECORDING FROM THE BAND’S HOMETOWN IN 1977
* By 1977, AC/DC were taking their first steps onto the international stage. The previous year had seen the release of their first two
international albums: High Voltage - a compilation of tracks from their first two Australia-only releases - and Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap.
Although the former was received somewhat tepidly, Dirty Deeds was a tremendous success and received multiple certifications
worldwide, going Platinum in Germany, Silver in the UK, and 6 x Platinum in the U.S.
* In support of Dirty Deeds, the band set out on a mammoth tour across Australia and Europe, eventually moving on to the U.S. for the first
time. AC/DC would play a staggering 147 shows in ’77 alone, concluding in Pittsburgh, PA on 21st December. The performance included
here is from the initial leg of the tour, captured in the group’s home city at The Haymarket, Sydney on 30th January. Broadcast in superb
audio quality over FM radio, and including such early hits as ‘Dirty Deeds Done Cheap’, ‘Rocker’, ‘High Voltage’ and ‘Live Wire’, this set
serves as a fascinating example of a rock institution on the cusp of super-stardom.


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