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AC/DC Featured On 80′s At 8 With “Hells Bells” [VIDEO]

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“Hells Bells”  was one of the first songs regularly played as entrance music for San  Diego Padres relief pitcher Trevor Hoffman back in the ’90s.

AC/DC recorded this a few months after the death of Bon Scott. The album is a tribute to Scott, and features his replacement, Brian Johnson, on vocals.
This is the first track on Back In Black that starts off with the church bells tolling 13 times in tribute to Scott. AC/DC’s biggest album.
When this became a hit, AC/DC would add a 2-ton bell to their stage show.

AC/DC Live performing “Hells Bells”:

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