Epic Rolls Out First AC/DC Reissues

The first fruit of AC/DC's new deal with Epic will arrive Feb. 18, when the label reissues the band's "High Voltage," "Back in Black," "Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap," and separate single and double-dis

The first fruit of AC/DC's new deal with Epic will arrive Feb. 18, when the label reissues the band's "High Voltage," "Back in Black," "Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap," and separate single and double-disc versions of "AC/DC Live." They will be followed on March 25 with reissues of "Let There Be Rock," "Powerage," "For Those About To Rock, We Salute You," "Who Made Who," and "The Razor's Edge"

The reissues do not feature any additional tracks, but have been remastered and sport new liner notes and rare photos. They will also utilize Sony's proprietary ConnecteD technology to unlock special online content created for each release.

The rights to AC/DC's past two studio records, 1995's "Ballbreaker" and 2000's "Stiff Upper Lip," will remain with East West/Elektra, which will also issue the group's next studio album.

On Feb. 18, Image Entertainment will release the DVD "Rockmasters -- AC/DC," capturing an Oct. 27, 1977, concert in London. The video finds the band, at the time fronted by the late Bon Scott, running through such favorites as "Let There Be Rock," "T.N.T.," and "Bad Boy Boogie."