AC/DC's Power Up Remains At #1 On Australian ARIA Albums Chart In Second Week

November 30, 2020, 2 months ago

news hard rock ac/dc

AC/DC's Power Up Remains At #1 On Australian ARIA Albums Chart In Second Week

AC/DC are fully charged on Australia's ARIA Albums Chart as Power Up repeats at #1, reports Billboard. Power Up equals the effort of the Aussie rock heroes 1992 album Live, which also spent two weeks at the chart summit.

Last week, AC/DC has landed at #1 on charts in 18 countries with their 17th studio album, Power Up. The band took the top spot on charts in Austria, Australia, Belgium, Canada, Switzerland, Germany, Spain, Finland, France, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Norway, New Zealand, Portugal, Sweden, UK, and the US, where the album entered the Billboard 200 chart with over 117,000 copies sold in the first week.

Check out the BraveWords review of Power Up here.

The Limited Edition Deluxe Lightbox, CD, Vinyl and Digital Download editions of Power Up are available here. The official AC/DC store also has an array of order options, which can be viewed at this location.

For Power Up, the band reunited with producer Brendan O’Brien who helmed the double-platinum Black Ice in 2008 and the gold Rock Or Bust in 2014. Charged up for the next decade, AC/DC cut twelve new tracks for the album, proudly maintaining their signature sound and all of its powerful hallmarks.

The AC/DC lineup of Angus Young (lead guitar), Brian Johnson (lead vocals), Cliff Williams (bass guitar), Phil Rudd (drums), and Stevie Young (rhythm guitar) is firing on all cylinders once again.

Tracklisting:

"Realize"
"Rejection"
"Shot In The Dark"
"Through The Mists Of Time"
"Kick You When You're Down"
"Witch's Spell"
"Demon Fire"
"Wild Reputation"
"No Man's Land"
"Systems Down"
"Money Shot"
"Code Red"

(Photo - Josh Cheuse)



Featured Audio

THE DEAD DAISIES – “Holy Ground (Shake The Memory)” (SPV)

THE DEAD DAISIES – “Holy Ground (Shake The Memory)” (SPV)

Featured Video

RICH DAVIS – “Eyes Colored Black”

RICH DAVIS – “Eyes Colored Black”

Latest Reviews