I wonder if the * beeeeeeep * echoes when he slips on the ice and falls all the way down…
Also Phil Rudd has returned to the drums (or at least there were some pictures of him and the rest outside the studio in Vancouver a few months ago, taken just 1 or 2 days apart)!
Unfortunately Cliff Williams seems to have left for good.
And Malcolm of course will remain sorely missed. RIP
But yeah, overall loving that right now!
I think I read that was confirmed a few days ago actually!
Oh yeah, that was definitely a huge loss. So sad, his final years must have been really terrible.
I’m so disappointed by this. Drums on the last records were horrible and pretty much ruined them for me (especially Black Ice). I was hoping Chris Slade will put new energy into the band just like it was with The Razor’s Edge.
Believe it or not, I just watched this video for the first time (although it’s 23 years old by now) and I am loving the puns with the duckwalk (especially from 1:50 to 2:30 with the high wire and the burning coals)
That seems pretty normal to me, unless you lived on TMF/MTV/Viva/etc.
But in my case, as a big fan, I had that music video on a DVD for over 9 years. But never watched it*, nor most of the others since 1995.
*That has been fixed yesterday evening.
As a distinct DVD purchase? I have a variety of albums that came with a DVD that I probably watched back when I bought 'em, but rarely again.
For example, I couldn’t even tell you if I watched this DVD:
Then there are all the albums with a bonus data track. Some of them even came with low-res music videos!
I´m pretty unfamiliar with the majority of the post Razor´s Edge era. But I´m pretty sure I´ve seen music videos for Stiff Upper Lip and Rock´n´Roll Train on TV.
On a slightly related note AC/DC are probably the only group I could think of that is that old that has NEW tunes of theirs played on mainstream radio here, too.
Twas the magical era of MULTIMEDIA!
This is so. weird.
And I thought it couldn’t get weirder than the I’m a PC ad…
“I TURN NUMBER TWO INTO ENERGY!”
Though nothing beats reality