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AC/DC is an Australian rock band, formed in 1973. They created hard rock music with pretty aggressive sound. It’s one of the most influential bands of hard rock in the 70s. They are also famous for wearing school uniform during the performances. They became one of the most popular top international rock bands in the previous century. In 1975 the group released their first album “High Voltage”. In 1980, during the record of worldwide known album “High Way to Hell”, which is still one of the most popular tracks on modern radios stations, the lead singer Bon Scott died after a night of alcohol overdose. The accident has become a turning point in the life of the band. The group members thought about giving up but were encouraged by Scott’s parents. Soon they met Brian Johnson, who became their lead singer. The group has sold almost 200 million albums all over the world. That includes 71.5 million in the USA. This has made them one of the most popular artists in the country. In 1986 ACDC appeared in the charts with “Who Made Who”, which became the soundtrack to Stephen King’s film Maximum Overdrive.