AC/DC Shares Previously Unreleased “You Shook Me All Night Long” Live Video

AC/DC in concert at Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland in 2016. Photo by Amy Harris/REX/Shutterstock (5892935l)

Australian rockers AC/DC continue to share exclusive content with their fans, celebrating the 40th anniversary of their seventh studio album Back in Black. This time it was a previously unseen live performance of the song “You Shook Me All Night Long.”

The footage was captured during the original Back in Black tour at the band’s show in Tokyo’s Nippon Seinenkan in February 1981.

This was the second video that AC/DC shared from the same concert, after previously unveiling a clip for “What Do You Do for Money Honey.”

Back in Black was released in on July 25th, 1980, and was the band’s first album with new singer Brian Johnson. Many believed that the record will be a failure without late vocalist Bon Scott, but it turned out to be the bands’ biggest release with hits like “You Shook Me All Night Long,” “Back in Black,” and “Hells Bells.”

The album went on to sell more than 50 million copies and received widespread acclaim from critics. It is frequently mentioned as one of the best records in music history.