Rock band AC/DC releases entire catalog on iTunes
By The Associated Press
Published: Monday, Nov. 19, 2012, 9:44 a.m.
NEW YORK — AC/DC is finally releasing its music digitally on iTunes.
Columbia Records and Apple announced Monday that the classic rock band's music will be available at the iTunes Store worldwide. Sixteen studio albums will be released, including “High Voltage” and “Back in Black.”
AC/DC was one of the few acts that would not release music through the digital outlet. The Beatles and Kid Rock were also against selling music on iTunes, but have since jumped onboard. Country star Garth Brooks has yet to release his music on iTunes.
Four of AC/DC's live albums and three compilation records are also available. The statement said the songs have been mastered for iTunes “with increased audio fidelity.”
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