Welcome to Afghanistan the most heavily mined country in the world. Heroes of Hell's Highway, a new three part series follows two platoons who go into the heart of Taliban country to clear Improvised Explosive Devices, or IEDs, so the rest of the military can get through. The series celebrates the soldiers’ efforts and the critical role they play in making the country safer. IEDs are the insurgent s most effective weapon and the number one killer of troops and civilians. Using specialised Mad Max-style machines, the platoons can see underground and survive massive explosions. Their mission: to take the hit, so the other forces don’t have to.
Chain gang prisoners forced to construct a "liberty highway" for their overseer chasten under his brutal stewardship, causing Duke Ellis to mastermind a mass riot.
This feels like the ultimate collection of AC/DC's radio broadcasts from when the inimitable Bon Scott was fronting the band. The sound quality across all 8 shows is superb and it's great to see that the same attention paid to the sound has been paid to the artwork! Presented in a sturdy box with each CD in an individual gatefold sleeve, just like a vinyl gatefold, this is a superb collection. Highly recommended!
AC/DC hits turned into Christmas rock by Santa Claws And The Naughty But Nice Orchestra – instrumentals (jazz/classical/elevator style) with sleigh bells added. Sleigh bells ring and hell's bells toll on this incredible holiday tribute to one of music's most iconic acts. Nothing can quench AC/DC's thirst for cheap thrills, dirty deeds and sweet, sweet candy. Santa may have crossed these naughty boys off his list a long time ago, but that doesn't mean you can't score the world's biggest Christmas ball with this little noel. You will definitely score with these hard rock candy holiday versions of AC/DC's greatest songs.
Released in 2008, Hell's Kitchen is a covers album from the German jazz-funk/hip-hop collective inspired by Guru's Jazzmatazz project, Jazzkantine. The follow-up to Braunschweich, Braunschweich! features 12 re-workings of heavy metal classics such as AC/DC's "Highway to Hell," Metallica's "Nothing Else Matters," and Kiss' "I Was Made for Lovin' You," and includes collaborations with Xavier Naidoo, Tom Gaebel, and Sam Leigh Brown.