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A new mini-documentary about AC/DC’s early days in Sydney, Australia is now available.

The mini-doc comes via Australia’s The Age and Sydney Morning Herald, two of the biggest major daily newspapers in the country, and was put together by journalist Tom Compagnoni.

Per the mini-doc’s description on YouTube, “AC/DC was indisputably born and bred in Sydney but there aren’t the statues, plaques and laneways that other cities have to show the origins of one of the biggest rock bands of all time. Take a high-voltage trip through Sydney and learn about the forgotten haunts and the story that shaped AC/DC. We sit down with some of the band’s original members, Mark Evans, Noel Taylor, Rob Bailey and Tony Currenti, in this exclusive mini-documentary.”

The forgotten Sydney of AC/DC

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