For as many years as AC/DC have been around - over three decades' worth - there have not been many definitive books written about the Australian legends.
Here, for the first time, journalist extraordinaire Phil Sutcliffe gets it all down on paper in this beautiful oversized hardback. Sutcliffe has prepared some wonderfully written text to go along with this 224-page volume's dozens of black-and-white and color photographs.
Sutcliffe tracks the band from their very earliest days bashing out in the bars through their most recent
album, Black Ice. Along the way, the author talks about the passing of AC/DC lead singer Bon Scott and
Back in Black, the album that finally made the group an international success.
The 400 illustrations include handbills, posters, backstage passes, live shots and a variety of live and candid photos of the band.
If all of that doesn't get you, the revolving insert on the front cover of the book certainly will.