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SuperbTicketsOnline.com is a destination for heavy metal fans looking for cheap AC/DC tickets. The Australian band went on an incredible Black Ice World Tour from 2008-10 that entertained fans on five continents, and all AC/DC concert tickets for upcoming shows are on sale at low prices at SuperbTicketsOnline.com. The group received entry into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2003. It has sold more than 200 million albums since it was formed in 1973.
The Black Ice World Tour came on the heels of the group’s incredibly popular studio album, “Black Ice,” that was released in 2008. It made its debut at the top of musical charts in 29 different countries. “Rock ‘n’ Roll Train” was the best-performing single off of the album as it peaked in the No. 1 position on the Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks chart. A couple of other songs off of that album also performed well on that chart. “Big Jack” peaked in the 10th spot, and “Anything Goes” reached the 34th spot.
Those who bought AC/DC concert tickets for the first concert of the Black Ice World Tour headed to the Wachovia Arena in Wilkes-Barre, Pa., on Oct. 28, 2008. AC/DC tickets were available for each of the shows on the initial North American leg of the tour that concluded in Nashville, Tenn., on Jan. 31, 2009. The band then returned to North America for a show on July 28, 2009, in Foxborough, Mass., after it performed for several months in Europe.
After the rock band left the United States in November of that year, it headed to South America, Oceania and Asia before making a brief five-concert stop in the United States in April 2010. Another European leg that followed was the final one of the tour. The final concert for those with AC/DC tickets was performed on June 28, 2010, in Bilbao, Spain. The tour earned $441 million, the third-highest total for any tour ever undertaken. It just trailed a U2 tour that ran from 2009-11 and a Rolling Stones tour from 2005-07.
AC/DC released its initial studio albums, “High Voltage” and “T.N.T.,” in 1975 in its native Australia, and both performed well on the ARIA Charts there. They peaked in the seventh and first positions, respectively, in that country. The first AC/DC album to be released internationally was “High Voltage.” It came out to an international audience in 1976 and included songs from the group’s first two albums. The album peaked in the 146th position on the Billboard 200.
“Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap” came out later that year and introduced the heavy metal band to the American masses as it peaked in the third position on the Billboard 200. Including that and “Black Ice,” there have been 10 AC/DC studio albums that have attained a top-20 position on the Billboard 100. The other No. 1 album was “For Those About to Rock We Salute You.” It came out in 1981. “The Razors Edge” came out in 1990, and it also performed well on the chart, peaking in the No. 2 position.
However, the best-selling album the group ever put out only reached the No. 4 spot on the Billboard 200: “Back in Black.” It has sold more than 50 million copies since it was released in July 1980. Only one other album ever released has sold more copies: Michael Jackson’s 1982 album, “Thriller.” It is sixth on the list when just American sales are considered. Rolling Stone gave the album No. 73 recognition on its list of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.
Those who have purchased cheap AC/DC tickets over the years have enjoyed live performances of some of the group’s most popular songs. The first AC/DC song to receive mention on the Billboard Hot 100 was “Highway to Hell” from the album, “Highway to Hell.” The song was released in 1979 and peaked at No. 47. The group has released three top-40 hits: “You Shook Me All Night Long,” “Back in Black” and “Moneytalks.” Those came out in 1980, 1981 and 1990, respectively.
The band was formed by Malcolm and Angus Young. The brothers are the only two members of the group to be constant members since 1973. The group is currently comprised of those two and Phil Rudd, Cliff Williams and Brian Johnson. The three newer members started their current stints with the group in 1994, 1977 and 1980, respectively. Phil Rudd was also a member from 1975-83. There have been 13 others who have been members of the group in the past.