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AC/DC, left to right: Cliff Williams, Phil Rudd, Angus Young, Brian Johnson, Stevie Young. Josh Cheuse/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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AC/DC Returns To Rock The Masses With 'Power Up'

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The music that makes one of us emotional doesn't always make sense to others. William Lovelace/Getty Images hide caption

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The Songs That Make Us Cry

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The Songs That Make Us Cry

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Brian Johnson (L) and Angus Young of AC/DC in 2000. Johnson's first album with the group, 1980's Back In Black, is one of the best-selling albums of all time, despite never reaching No. 1 on the Billboard album chart. Michele Limina/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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