AC/DC Honored For 'Best Live Album' In Australian MUSICIAN Magazine Poll

According to NEWS.com.au, AC/DC featured heavily in the Australian Musician magazine readers' poll, with "If You Want Blood" scooping "Best Live Album". "Highway To Hell" came third in both the "Favorite Song To Be Played At Your Funeral" and "Best Driving Song" categories.

"You have to remember these are musicians voting, who are very aware of modern music's nature to be derivative of the 1960s and '70s, and that's why they keep voting for these songs and artists as their favorite," magazine editor Greg Phillips said.

"They know all the chords and where they come from, and being aware of how a song is constructed gives them more of an appreciation for what might be called quality music."

Read more at NEWS.com.au.

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