AC/DC Power Up Vinyl Yellow LP


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Artist – AC/DC
Album – Power Up Limited Edition Yellow Vinyl
Label – Columbia
Price – £24.99

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AC/DC Power Up Vinyl Yellow LP

We are super excited to have the yellow vinyl version in stock. Make sure and get your pre-order in this is the biggest release of the winter. Hate to say it but possibly the last. ACDC Vinyl Power Up on Yellow Limited Edition Vinyl, yes please!!! Coming this week its time to step up and grab yours. Limited Yellow vinyl. This will only be pressed once. Add a little bit of yellow to your collection.

Released on Columbia Records – “POWER UP” is the long awaited new x12 track album from AC/DC. The band’s 17th studio album. For “POWER UP”, the band reunited with producer Brendan O’Brien who helmed the double-platinum ‘Black Ice’ in 2008 and the gold ‘Rock Or Bust’ in 2014. Charged up for the next decade, AC/DC cut twelve new tracks for the album. Proudly maintaining their signature sound and all of its powerful hallmarks. “POWER UP” was announced with the release of the album’s first single, “Shot In The Dark,” and features the lineup of Angus Young [lead guitar], Brian Johnson [lead vocals], Cliff Williams [bass guitar], Phil Rudd [drums], and Stevie Young [rhythm guitar] firing on all cylinders once again. AC/DC Power Up Vinyl Yellow LP

News of Power Up comes after more than two years of speculation. In August 2018, Angus and Stevie Young, Johnson and Rudd were spotted in the same Vancouver studio where they had recorded their three previous records. Then a photo of Williams and Johnson together surfaced in December. In between, a source inside the band leaked that they were working with tracks that Malcolm recorded as far back as 2003.

Eight months later, recording engineer Mike Fraser confirmed that the band had been in the studio. All-but acknowledging that Johnson was singing on the new work. This past December former Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider said that “all four surviving members” were building upon tracks that Malcolm had recorded prior to his death. In mid-September, photos of the band performing — believed to be from a video shoot — briefly surfaced on their website. (Ultimate Classic Rock)

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