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AC/DC|Agora Ballroom, Cleveland, August 22nd, 1977 (Doxy Collection, Remastered, Live on Fm Broadcasting) (Live)

Agora Ballroom, Cleveland, August 22nd, 1977 (Doxy Collection, Remastered, Live on Fm Broadcasting) (Live)

AC/DC

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1
Live Wire (Live)
00:06:00

AC/DC, Performer - Angus Young, Composer, Writer - Malcolm Young, Composer, Writer - Bon Scott, Composer, Writer

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2
She's Got Balls (Live)
00:06:47

AC/DC, Performer - Angus Young, Composer, Writer - Malcolm Young, Composer, Writer - Bon Scott, Composer, Writer

Doxy Records

3
Problem Child (Live)
00:04:49

AC/DC, Performer - Angus Young, Composer, Writer - Malcolm Young, Composer, Writer - Bon Scott, Composer, Writer

Doxy Records

4
The Jack (Live)
00:10:24

AC/DC, Performer - Angus Young, Composer, Writer - Malcolm Young, Composer, Writer - Bon Scott, Composer, Writer

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5
High Voltage (Live)
00:05:30

AC/DC, Performer - Angus Young, Composer, Writer - Malcolm Young, Composer, Writer - Bon Scott, Composer, Writer

Doxy Records

6
Baby Please Don't Go (Live)
00:09:35

AC/DC, Performer - Angus Young, Composer, Writer - Malcolm Young, Composer, Writer - Bon Scott, Composer, Writer

Doxy Records

7
Rocker (Live)
00:05:42

AC/DC, Performer - Angus Young, Composer, Writer - Malcolm Young, Composer, Writer - Bon Scott, Composer, Writer

Doxy Records

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