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  • Audio CD (April 19, 2010)
  • Original Release Date: April 19, 2010
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Sony
  • ASIN: B0035WTE2U
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (80 customer reviews)
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1. Shoot to Thrill
2. Rock 'N' Roll Damnation
3. Guns for Hire
4. Cold Hearted Man
5. Back in Black
6. Thunderstruck
7. If You Want Blood (You've Got It)
8. Evil Walks
9. T.N.T.
10. Hell Ain't a Bad Place to Be
11. Have a Drink on Me
12. The Razor's Edge
13. Let There Be Rock
14. War Machine
15. Highway to Hell

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Deluxe CD/DVD edition includes a bonus DVD containing 50 minutes of career-spanning videos including the brand new video for 'Shoot To Thrill'. Through a unique collaboration between Marvel Studios and Columbia Records, AC/DC's music is featured in Marvel Studios' Iron Man 2, which features 15 classic AC/DC songs selected from ten of the band's studio albums, ranging from 1976 to 2008.

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It is perfect for AC/DC fans.
Kyle Brummet
I thought the DVD part of this combo unit was the movie...instead it was the making of Iron Man 2.
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That is unusual for me, and I would recommend this album for anybody!
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67 of 73 people found the following review helpful By Jammin' DJ on April 25, 2010
Format: Audio CD
If you are not familiar with all the songs by AC/DC, here's what albums they were featured on:

1. Shoot to Thrill (From "Back in Black")
2. Rock 'N' Roll Damnation (from "Powerage")
3. Guns for Hire (from "Flick Of The Switch")
4. Cold Hearted Man (from "Backtracks")
5. Back in Black (from "Back in Black")
6. Thunderstruck (from "The Razor's Edge")
7. If You Want Blood (You've Got It) (from "Highway To Hell")
8. Evil Walks (from "For Those About To Rock")
9. T.N.T. (from "High Voltage")
10. Hell Ain't a Bad Place to Be (from "Let There Be Rock")
11. Have a Drink on Me (from "Back in Black")
12. The Razor's Edge (from "The Razor's Edge")
13. Let There Be Rock (from "Let There Be Rock")
14. War Machine (from "Black Ice")
15. Highway to Hell (from "Highway to Hell")

If you keeping count that's 6 cuts for Bon Scott and 9 for Brian Johnson.
3 tracks from "Back in Black" and 2 from "The Razor's Edge, "Highway To Hell" & "Let There Be Rock".
Studio Albums with no tracks represented: "Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap",'74 Jailbreak", "Fly on The Wall","Blow Up Your Video", "Ballbreaker", & "Stiff Upper Lip".

At least this soundtrack covers a broader spectrum than their last soundtrack offering, "Maximum Overdrive" which featured 2 tracks from "Back in Black", 2 from "Fly on The Wall", 1 each from "Dirty Deeds" & "For Those About to Rock", plus 2 new instrumentals and the lone new track, "Who Made Who". At least the two soundtracks didn't copy songs, so that's a good thing.
The only thing I was hoping for was at least one new track, but no luck. ENJOY!
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By M. Rowe on April 21, 2010
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this is a particularly good cd for people who aren't too familiar with ac/dc, since you get songs from both brian johnson and bon scott. current fans of ac/dc will already have all these songs, but it's still great to have them again. it's also nice that songs that don't get as much airplay like "evil walks" or "guns for hire" are on here as well. if only they could have found a place for "hells bells" in the movie...

oh yeah, and the dvd rocks too!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Tim Brough TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on July 7, 2011
Format: Audio CD
AC/DC have studiously avoided releasing any kind of best of or greatest hits albums, much to the consternation of many a record executive. In fact, at the time of this posting, they remain one of the last remaining holdouts among the major bands to refuse to put their songs on download sites. Which makes their decision to release their songs as a companion to "Iron Man 2" as close to an ersatz best of than "Who Made Who" (the soundtrack to superfan Stephen King's "Maximum Overdrive" flick) was in 1986.

The good thing about the "Iron Man 2" soundtrack is that AC/DC have been steadily making albums since "Who Made Who," and that was when releases were still being created with 12 inch vinyl in mind. Also, at the time of "Who made Who," AC/DC were at a creative stall with the albums "Fly On The Wall" and "Flick of The Switch." They regained their momentum for the next set of albums including "Razor's Edge" and "Black Ice." That gave the man at Marvel over two more decades of Angus, Malcolm, Bon and Brian to pick from, along with all that extra space on CD to fill.

The payoff is pretty darn good. That divides up into 6 cuts for Bon Scott and 9 for Brian Johnson. Amazingly, there are no crossovers from "Who Made Who" and that leaves off some obvious favorites like "For Those About to Rock" and "You Shook Me All Night Long." There are still plenty of rocking staples to be found here, ala "T.N.T.," "Thunderstruck," "Highway To Hell" and "Back In Black." But there's also a few picks that defy expectations, like "Cold Hearted Man's" first showing on a proper AC/DC single disc, or "War Machine" from "Black Ice." The riffage is heavy and the aim is hard.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By A. LOCOCO on April 24, 2010
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I'd have to admitt I already own all of these songs, but I've gotten drawn in a bit with the franchise hype to the movie. It is a great collection on one cd and came with a dvd too! The booklet is nice, if you are into ac/dc there is really nothing new in it you will not already know. At $9.99 no tax and free shipping I indulged myself. If you are new to ac/dc it would be a great first or second cd as it has many of their old-standards that have made them famous and will make you want to buy more.
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32 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Rock Peterson on May 11, 2010
Format: Audio CD
Don't get me wrong, I really enjoy AC/DC. But slapping some Iron Man graphics on the cover art of an AC/DC compilation doesn't make a movie soundtrack. Terribly disappointing.
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14 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Kenneth C. Mcmillan on June 1, 2010
Format: Audio CD
Now don't get me wrong. I am a fan of both Iron Man movies, having enjoyed them tremendously after seeing them in theaters, not on computers or bootlegs. And I am a big AC/DC fan, having bought most of their CD's, DVD's and concert tickets. But calling this THING a soundtrack album is an example of bait-and-switch, to say the least. I was excited about seeing the sequel, which I believed would contain a bundle of AC/DC tracks. Stephen King tried it years ago, loading his "Maximum Overdrive" with AC/DC songs, so I thought Jon Favreau would go one better, since his track record as a director far surpasses King's (as King would admit). I never left the theater for a snack or mid-movie bathroom break and, I admit, I no longer take notes when watching a movie, not since I retired from review writing. But I made an informal count of AC/DC songs, and I came up with two. I think I noticed the Clash and Queen, too, but neither of their songs is on the CD. And, unless they ran a dozen songs while I was exiting during the closing credits, very very very few of these AC/DC greatest hits was included in the movie. If people had trouble obtaining "real soundtrack albums" in the past, as I have seen, reading people's online reviews, they will have an even worse time in the future if movie companies are allowed to slap movie titles on the front of CD's that have little, if any, resemblance to the music that accompanied the motion pictures themselves. Does anyone else agree or have an explanation, other than the neverending chase of consumer dollars?
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I agree. I just saw the movie yesterday and there is maybe 2 ac/dc songs in the movie. I was looking for the soundtrack to the movie and this is NOT it!!! It's an ac/dc cd with iron man on the cover. WTH???
May 10, 2010 by C. Borcherding |  See all 4 posts
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A blockbuster combination in my opinion......The boys from down under still rock harder and put more energy into their show than 99% of the other bands out there......saw the "Shoot To Thrill" video on Vevo and got out the credit card and preordered the CD/DVD package - can't wait to... Read More
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