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AC/DC|Live At Towson State College 1979 Live Radio Broadcast (Live)

Live At Towson State College 1979 Live Radio Broadcast (Live)

AC/DC

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1
Live Wire (Live)
00:06:36

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2
Shot Down In Flames (Live)
00:03:42

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3
Hell Ain't A Bad Place To Be (Live)
00:04:27

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4
Sin City (Live)
00:05:13

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5
Problem Child (Live)
00:04:26

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6
Bad Boy Boogie (Live)
00:11:02

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7
The Jack (Live)
00:05:24

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8
Highway To Hell (Live)
00:03:44

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9
High Voltage (Live)
00:05:56

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10
Whole Lotta Rosie Rocker (Live)
00:14:04

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11
If You Want Blood (You Got It) / Let There Be Rock (Live)
00:11:02

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