Marvel Studios has announced that music by AC/DC will be featured in the "Iron Man" sequel. In fact, Columbia Records will release the band's new album called "AC/DC: Iron Man 2" in stores on April 19th, featuring fifteen classic songs.
And now, we have a music video for AC/DC's "Shoot to Thrill" song, which was filmed live last month in Buenos Aires during the band's Black Ice World Tour. The video, which incorporates footage from the "Iron Man" sequel, can be viewed below.
"Shoot to Thriller" was originally recorded for AC/DC's "Back in Black" album, which sold fifty million units and became one of the best selling albums of all time.
lol! there oldness made me laugh. there music was pretty good however the looks like a bunch of old hags trying REALLY hard not to die!
the guy on the guitar looked like a weirdo with his long,thinning hair on a an almost bold head (not to mention his stupid shorts and ... that's it,on an old guy?what the f*ck?) and the singer looked like he has great grand children ... i'm impressed that they can still be as good as they are at there age, but they need to retire soon ...
TheStigwrites: on January 26th, 2010 at 8:49:16 PM
Iron Man and AC/DC...legendary combo
eddie499writes: on January 26th, 2010 at 8:57:19 PM
Excellent song choice. I like the idea of the AC/DC themed soundtrack. Not the first time it has been done, but nonetheless awesome. Some Bon Scott era songs should also be included. The aptly named track "War Machine" is also a must.
Matiaxwrites: on January 26th, 2010 at 11:42:18 PM
I was there! YEAAAH!
@eddie499, I had the same thought, and War Machine is track #14.
I remember when AC/DC performed with the Stones in Toronto back when.
I have never seen so many Hell's Angels in my f*ckin' life.
As well as the amount of pot being smuggled into the vicinity. Although it was an outdoor event, I reeked like weed by the end of the night.
Take a listen to AC/DC - Thunderstruck (Crookers Remix)
amen brother....you cant get any better then AC/DC man....Angus McCloude(i think i spelled that right) is a f*cking guitar god and genius...is easly one of my favorite guitarist and infuances im my own music
@skate - check out Brian May from Queen playing.. well, anything really! Princes of the Universe must be on uTube. Another amazing guitar player.
eddie499writes: on January 27th, 2010 at 8:12:11 AM
Thanks for the track list. I'll probably be using my current collection of AC/DC albums to compile the soundtrack.
Great to see that they got a good mix of Bon Scott and Brian Johnson songs in there. It's always surprising to know that there are morons out there who think that AC/DC didn't exist before Back in Black.
And for all those who are knocking Angus for his outfit. Ranger is right. That's been his trademerk since AC/DC became a band. He's been rocking in those shorts for almost 40 years and will continue to do so for many more. And because of that, the world will be a better place.
Rangerwrites: on January 28th, 2010 at 12:32:47 AM
@eddie (and others)... thx.
One of many things I like about 'encore' on here is he doesn't try to pretend to know something, and he's honest with his opinions.
I'm sure he may look at Angus in a new light and see the genius that his costume really is. That costume of his is truly iconic (in a world that over-uses that word... his costume is). It's also amazing he covers more miles on that stage in an evening more-so than their lead singer. Angus is da Man, he's da sh*t... AC/DC would be hooped without him.
Back to encore... he's here, having fun like the rest of us... usually we post on topic (unlike the friendless lurkers on here the pop out of their Daddy's butt crack long enough to zap out a really, really dumb personal jab)... but we should all admit encore in here isn't pretentious... and I'm sure he's soaking up all the comments and making movie lists to watch, and music lists to listen to.
Get some Angus (and Brian May of Queen) guitar under your belt my friend encore... and you'll see what we mean.
Check out Midnight Run... DeNiro and Grodin are magic.
The 60's and 70's Charleton Heston was the Man!
I'm sure we all learn something from one-another on here (mainly that Coleman and Logag are losers, and that Vin, Coc, Derp and a few others are being molested in their trailer park... probably as I type this).
eddie499writes: on January 29th, 2010 at 11:28:49 AM
I don't know if anyone is even following this thread anymore, but I assembled the songs from the tracklist and after listening to it, the soundtrack almost seems to be a concept album of the basic storyline of the new film. Just wanted to see if anyone else out there caught that.
I might just be reeling from the amount of awesome resulting from an all AC/DC soundtrack.