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#1 treeduck

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Posted 29 September 2020 - 10:56 PM

WHAT?

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Posted 29 September 2020 - 10:58 PM

https://pwrup.acdc.com/

Oh man they have the bandmembers covered....

Will Angus be back??

YAHOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Posted 29 September 2020 - 10:59 PM

"The group are thought to have reunited with frontman Brian Johnson, drummer Phil Rudd and bassist Cliff Williams for the coming effort, with stills from an apparent music video featuring that lineup having recently emerged on their official website before quickly being pulled."

https://www.theprp.c...up-teaser-site/


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Posted 29 September 2020 - 11:02 PM

View Postlerxt1990, on 29 September 2020 - 10:58 PM, said:

https://pwrup.acdc.com/

Oh man they have the bandmembers covered....

Will Angus be back??

YAHOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
From what I've read it's going to be Angus, Brian Johnson, Phil Rudd and Stevie Young. I'm not sure about bass, but maybe Cliff Williams will be back too. This album was written before Black Ice with Malcolm, back around 2003 and the songs were shelved for some reason.

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Posted 29 September 2020 - 11:03 PM

Wouldn't be the first time they came back after a member's death.  RIP Malcolm and say hi to Bon and, of course, Neil for us.

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Posted 29 September 2020 - 11:04 PM

View Posttreeduck, on 29 September 2020 - 11:02 PM, said:

View Postlerxt1990, on 29 September 2020 - 10:58 PM, said:

https://pwrup.acdc.com/

Oh man they have the bandmembers covered....

Will Angus be back??

YAHOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
From what I've read it's going to be Angus, Brian Johnson, Phil Rudd and Stevie Young. I'm not sure about bass, but maybe Cliff Williams will be back too. This album was written before Black Ice with Malcolm, back around 2003 and the songs were shelved for some reason.

Bring.
It.
On.

And f***ing go away covid so I can go to a SHOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Oi !
Oi !
Oi !
Oi !

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View Postinvisible airwave, on 29 September 2020 - 11:03 PM, said:

Wouldn't be the first time they came back after a member's death.  RIP Malcolm and say hi to Bon and, of course, Neil for us.

There's a nice little trio in heaven!

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Posted 29 September 2020 - 11:06 PM

View Postlerxt1990, on 29 September 2020 - 11:04 PM, said:

View Posttreeduck, on 29 September 2020 - 11:02 PM, said:

View Postlerxt1990, on 29 September 2020 - 10:58 PM, said:

https://pwrup.acdc.com/

Oh man they have the bandmembers covered....

Will Angus be back??

YAHOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
From what I've read it's going to be Angus, Brian Johnson, Phil Rudd and Stevie Young. I'm not sure about bass, but maybe Cliff Williams will be back too. This album was written before Black Ice with Malcolm, back around 2003 and the songs were shelved for some reason.

Bring.
It.
On.

And f***ing go away covid so I can go to a SHOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Oi !
Oi !
Oi !
Oi !
Yeah that bit about Malcolm and the 2003 songs was released a while ago, I'll see if I can find the story.

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Posted 29 September 2020 - 11:07 PM

https://rockpasta.co...eleased-tracks/

like this?

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Posted 29 September 2020 - 11:08 PM

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New AC/DC Album to Feature Malcolm Young on Every Song
By Andrew Magnotta

September 1, 2018


AC/DC's forthcoming album will feature guitar parts by the band's late-co-founder, rhythm guitarist and songwriter Malcolm Young.

While the band has remained silent regarding its future since its Rock or Bust Tour ended in late-2016, signs continue to suggest that AC/DC is indeed forging ahead following Young's death last November.

A new report from JAM magazine, citing a "reliable source inside the AC/DC camp," says the band is keeping Malcolm alive on every track on its new album by using previously recorded-but-unreleased guitar parts of his.

The report adds that the lion's share of Malcolm's parts come from unused songs recorded around 2003, between AC/DC's Stiff Upper Lip (2000) and Black Ice (2008) albums.

Current and (presumed) former members of AC/DC have been spotted this summer around Vancouver, BC, near the band's favorite recording spot, Warehouse Studios.

Guitarists Angus Young and Stevie Young (that latter of whom joined the band in place of his uncle Malcolm in 2014) have been seen at Warehouse, along with longtime AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd and frontman Brian Johnson.

One key member who hasn't been spotted in the Pacific Northwest is bassist Cliff Williams, who retired in 2016. But the JAM report says Williams, too, is recording with his old band mates.

The album is reportedly dedicated to Malcolm, so Williams' return to the studio make sense — even if the bassist declines the chance to tour again.

While we still don't know for sure that AC/DC is recording — one theory holds the band was together for a best-of project — sources close to AC/DC have been wrong before.

One of the band's closest friends, Rose Tattoo frontman Angry Anderson made news this past spring when he claimed Angus was writing a new AC/DC album with Guns N' Roses' Axl Rose on vocals. And that doesn't seem to be the case at all.  

While fans are eagerly awaiting more information, one thing they can be sure of is that AC/DC won't remain quiet for long.



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Posted 29 September 2020 - 11:09 PM

View Posttreeduck, on 29 September 2020 - 11:08 PM, said:

https://www.iheart.c...-on-every-song/

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New AC/DC Album to Feature Malcolm Young on Every Song
By Andrew Magnotta

September 1, 2018


AC/DC's forthcoming album will feature guitar parts by the band's late-co-founder, rhythm guitarist and songwriter Malcolm Young.

While the band has remained silent regarding its future since its Rock or Bust Tour ended in late-2016, signs continue to suggest that AC/DC is indeed forging ahead following Young's death last November.

A new report from JAM magazine, citing a "reliable source inside the AC/DC camp," says the band is keeping Malcolm alive on every track on its new album by using previously recorded-but-unreleased guitar parts of his.

The report adds that the lion's share of Malcolm's parts come from unused songs recorded around 2003, between AC/DC's Stiff Upper Lip (2000) and Black Ice (2008) albums.

Current and (presumed) former members of AC/DC have been spotted this summer around Vancouver, BC, near the band's favorite recording spot, Warehouse Studios.

Guitarists Angus Young and Stevie Young (that latter of whom joined the band in place of his uncle Malcolm in 2014) have been seen at Warehouse, along with longtime AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd and frontman Brian Johnson.

One key member who hasn't been spotted in the Pacific Northwest is bassist Cliff Williams, who retired in 2016. But the JAM report says Williams, too, is recording with his old band mates.

The album is reportedly dedicated to Malcolm, so Williams' return to the studio make sense — even if the bassist declines the chance to tour again.

While we still don't know for sure that AC/DC is recording — one theory holds the band was together for a best-of project — sources close to AC/DC have been wrong before.

One of the band's closest friends, Rose Tattoo frontman Angry Anderson made news this past spring when he claimed Angus was writing a new AC/DC album with Guns N' Roses' Axl Rose on vocals. And that doesn't seem to be the case at all.  

While fans are eagerly awaiting more information, one thing they can be sure of is that AC/DC won't remain quiet for long.

Cool!

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Posted 29 September 2020 - 11:10 PM

View Postlerxt1990, on 29 September 2020 - 11:09 PM, said:

View Posttreeduck, on 29 September 2020 - 11:08 PM, said:

https://www.iheart.c...-on-every-song/

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New AC/DC Album to Feature Malcolm Young on Every Song
By Andrew Magnotta

September 1, 2018


AC/DC's forthcoming album will feature guitar parts by the band's late-co-founder, rhythm guitarist and songwriter Malcolm Young.

While the band has remained silent regarding its future since its Rock or Bust Tour ended in late-2016, signs continue to suggest that AC/DC is indeed forging ahead following Young's death last November.

A new report from JAM magazine, citing a "reliable source inside the AC/DC camp," says the band is keeping Malcolm alive on every track on its new album by using previously recorded-but-unreleased guitar parts of his.

The report adds that the lion's share of Malcolm's parts come from unused songs recorded around 2003, between AC/DC's Stiff Upper Lip (2000) and Black Ice (2008) albums.

Current and (presumed) former members of AC/DC have been spotted this summer around Vancouver, BC, near the band's favorite recording spot, Warehouse Studios.

Guitarists Angus Young and Stevie Young (that latter of whom joined the band in place of his uncle Malcolm in 2014) have been seen at Warehouse, along with longtime AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd and frontman Brian Johnson.

One key member who hasn't been spotted in the Pacific Northwest is bassist Cliff Williams, who retired in 2016. But the JAM report says Williams, too, is recording with his old band mates.

The album is reportedly dedicated to Malcolm, so Williams' return to the studio make sense — even if the bassist declines the chance to tour again.

While we still don't know for sure that AC/DC is recording — one theory holds the band was together for a best-of project — sources close to AC/DC have been wrong before.

One of the band's closest friends, Rose Tattoo frontman Angry Anderson made news this past spring when he claimed Angus was writing a new AC/DC album with Guns N' Roses' Axl Rose on vocals. And that doesn't seem to be the case at all.  

While fans are eagerly awaiting more information, one thing they can be sure of is that AC/DC won't remain quiet for long.

Cool!
So I'm not sure if they're using 2003-era songs or using 2003 guitar parts with new ones or what.

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Posted 29 September 2020 - 11:18 PM

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New AC/DC Album to Feature Malcolm Young on Every Song
By Andrew Magnotta

September 1, 2018


AC/DC's forthcoming album will feature guitar parts by the band's late-co-founder, rhythm guitarist and songwriter Malcolm Young.

While the band has remained silent regarding its future since its Rock or Bust Tour ended in late-2016, signs continue to suggest that AC/DC is indeed forging ahead following Young's death last November.

A new report from JAM magazine, citing a "reliable source inside the AC/DC camp," says the band is keeping Malcolm alive on every track on its new album by using previously recorded-but-unreleased guitar parts of his.

The report adds that the lion's share of Malcolm's parts come from unused songs recorded around 2003, between AC/DC's Stiff Upper Lip (2000) and Black Ice (2008) albums.

Current and (presumed) former members of AC/DC have been spotted this summer around Vancouver, BC, near the band's favorite recording spot, Warehouse Studios.

Guitarists Angus Young and Stevie Young (that latter of whom joined the band in place of his uncle Malcolm in 2014) have been seen at Warehouse, along with longtime AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd and frontman Brian Johnson.

One key member who hasn't been spotted in the Pacific Northwest is bassist Cliff Williams, who retired in 2016. But the JAM report says Williams, too, is recording with his old band mates.

The album is reportedly dedicated to Malcolm, so Williams' return to the studio make sense — even if the bassist declines the chance to tour again.

While we still don't know for sure that AC/DC is recording — one theory holds the band was together for a best-of project — sources close to AC/DC have been wrong before.

One of the band's closest friends, Rose Tattoo frontman Angry Anderson made news this past spring when he claimed Angus was writing a new AC/DC album with Guns N' Roses' Axl Rose on vocals. And that doesn't seem to be the case at all.  

While fans are eagerly awaiting more information, one thing they can be sure of is that AC/DC won't remain quiet for long.

Cool!
So I'm not sure if they're using 2003-era songs or using 2003 guitar parts with new ones or what.

I'll bet it doesnt right matter.  And Brian Johnson back?  LETS DO IT!!!!!!

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Posted 29 September 2020 - 11:23 PM

Of course it will be named Power Up. What else is an AC/DC album supposed to be called?

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View PostJ2112YYZ, on 29 September 2020 - 11:23 PM, said:

Of course it will be named Power Up. What else is an AC/DC album supposed to be called?

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Posted 30 September 2020 - 12:05 AM

View PostJ2112YYZ, on 29 September 2020 - 11:23 PM, said:

Of course it will be named Power Up. What else is an AC/DC album supposed to be called?

Maybe it's a concept album about Super Mario?  Can't be as bad as that movie that even the late Bob Hoskins and John Leguizamo disowned.

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Posted 30 September 2020 - 01:32 AM

I’m excited.🤘🔥🔥🔥🔥

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Posted 30 September 2020 - 03:11 AM

View Posttreeduck, on 29 September 2020 - 11:10 PM, said:

View Postlerxt1990, on 29 September 2020 - 11:09 PM, said:

View Posttreeduck, on 29 September 2020 - 11:08 PM, said:

https://www.iheart.c...-on-every-song/

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New AC/DC Album to Feature Malcolm Young on Every Song
By Andrew Magnotta

September 1, 2018


AC/DC's forthcoming album will feature guitar parts by the band's late-co-founder, rhythm guitarist and songwriter Malcolm Young.

While the band has remained silent regarding its future since its Rock or Bust Tour ended in late-2016, signs continue to suggest that AC/DC is indeed forging ahead following Young's death last November.

A new report from JAM magazine, citing a "reliable source inside the AC/DC camp," says the band is keeping Malcolm alive on every track on its new album by using previously recorded-but-unreleased guitar parts of his.

The report adds that the lion's share of Malcolm's parts come from unused songs recorded around 2003, between AC/DC's Stiff Upper Lip (2000) and Black Ice (2008) albums.

Current and (presumed) former members of AC/DC have been spotted this summer around Vancouver, BC, near the band's favorite recording spot, Warehouse Studios.

Guitarists Angus Young and Stevie Young (that latter of whom joined the band in place of his uncle Malcolm in 2014) have been seen at Warehouse, along with longtime AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd and frontman Brian Johnson.

One key member who hasn't been spotted in the Pacific Northwest is bassist Cliff Williams, who retired in 2016. But the JAM report says Williams, too, is recording with his old band mates.

The album is reportedly dedicated to Malcolm, so Williams' return to the studio make sense — even if the bassist declines the chance to tour again.

While we still don't know for sure that AC/DC is recording — one theory holds the band was together for a best-of project — sources close to AC/DC have been wrong before.

One of the band's closest friends, Rose Tattoo frontman Angry Anderson made news this past spring when he claimed Angus was writing a new AC/DC album with Guns N' Roses' Axl Rose on vocals. And that doesn't seem to be the case at all.  

While fans are eagerly awaiting more information, one thing they can be sure of is that AC/DC won't remain quiet for long.

Cool!
So I'm not sure if they're using 2003-era songs or using 2003 guitar parts with new ones or what.
Should be interesting ..... hope it doesn't just sound like an outtakes album ...... hopefully not.

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New AC/DC Album to Feature Malcolm Young on Every Song
By Andrew Magnotta

September 1, 2018


AC/DC's forthcoming album will feature guitar parts by the band's late-co-founder, rhythm guitarist and songwriter Malcolm Young.

While the band has remained silent regarding its future since its Rock or Bust Tour ended in late-2016, signs continue to suggest that AC/DC is indeed forging ahead following Young's death last November.

A new report from JAM magazine, citing a "reliable source inside the AC/DC camp," says the band is keeping Malcolm alive on every track on its new album by using previously recorded-but-unreleased guitar parts of his.

The report adds that the lion's share of Malcolm's parts come from unused songs recorded around 2003, between AC/DC's Stiff Upper Lip (2000) and Black Ice (2008) albums.

Current and (presumed) former members of AC/DC have been spotted this summer around Vancouver, BC, near the band's favorite recording spot, Warehouse Studios.

Guitarists Angus Young and Stevie Young (that latter of whom joined the band in place of his uncle Malcolm in 2014) have been seen at Warehouse, along with longtime AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd and frontman Brian Johnson.

One key member who hasn't been spotted in the Pacific Northwest is bassist Cliff Williams, who retired in 2016. But the JAM report says Williams, too, is recording with his old band mates.

The album is reportedly dedicated to Malcolm, so Williams' return to the studio make sense — even if the bassist declines the chance to tour again.

While we still don't know for sure that AC/DC is recording — one theory holds the band was together for a best-of project — sources close to AC/DC have been wrong before.

One of the band's closest friends, Rose Tattoo frontman Angry Anderson made news this past spring when he claimed Angus was writing a new AC/DC album with Guns N' Roses' Axl Rose on vocals. And that doesn't seem to be the case at all.  

While fans are eagerly awaiting more information, one thing they can be sure of is that AC/DC won't remain quiet for long.

Cool!
So I'm not sure if they're using 2003-era songs or using 2003 guitar parts with new ones or what.
Should be interesting ..... hope it doesn't just sound like an outtakes album ...... hopefully not.

You mean like Stiff Upper Lip, Black Ice and Rock or Bust sounded?





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