Following the passing of Malcolm Young last weekend, AC/DC are back in the iTunes charts with 10 albums in the top 100.
In one of the best tributes to Malcolm, Australians have turned on AC/DC and turned it up.
Acca Dacca have been topping the most successful bands list since the 80s, with their timeless rock’n’roll being a favourite across generations and named highest earning rock band of 2016, now the band are adding to that success.
This is the first time in the bands history they’ve have had 10 albums charting at the same time, with their highest selling album, Back In Black in the highest spot at #7 with the band’s first live record, 1978’s If You Want Blood just scraping in at #100
See the full list below:
#7 Back In Black
#11 AC/DC Live
#20 High Voltage
#42 Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap
#52 Highway to Hell
#57 Let There Be Rock
#87 Iron Man 2 (soundtrack)
#93 Who Made Who
#100 If You Want Blood
Malcolm Young passed away last week following his battle with dementia (read more here)