By: Gary Graff
AC/DC continues its iTunes plunge with the official release of six concert videos and live footage compilations for sale on the site.
The group, a longtime digital holdout which rolled out its catalog on iTunes during November, has issued four concert films -- the new "Live at River Plate," "Live at Donington," "Live at the Circus Krone" and "No Bull (The Director's Cut)."
"Family Jewels" and "Plug Me In," meanwhile, are collections of live footage, television appearances, promotional videos and more drawn from DVDs included on AC/DC box sets.
The compilations run $21.99 each, while the concert films are $12.99 in standard definition and $15.99 for high definition. They can also be rented from the site.
AC/DC's last album, "Black Ice," came out in 2008; the group is reportedly working on new songs, but no release date has been reported or even rumored.
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