In remarks made to The Telegraph, Angus Young explained his band’s decision to not use Apple’s MP3 monolith iTunes, citing his band’s disdain for cherry picking tunes.
"We don’t make singles, we make albums. We believe the songs on any of our albums belong together." Young also alluded to the powers that be pressuring AC/DC to take the digital plunge, but contends that the group’s back catalog sales have actually risen since iTunes’ birth. Says Young, "We were sternly warned by our management team and our record label that the complete opposite would be the case." Still, all those dancing shadows seem to be having so much fun! [NME]