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The Stoat 2:56 Sat Nov 18
Malcolm Young AC/DC
Has tolled his last bell


RIP

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The Stoat 1:09 Sun Nov 19
Re: Malcolm Young AC/DC
arsene york-hunt 12:01 Sun Nov 19

I doubt he had heard of you either

arsene york-hunt 12:01 Sun Nov 19
Re: Malcolm Young AC/DC
Tragic

Never heard of him.

DaveT 9:02 Sat Nov 18
Re: Malcolm Young AC/DC
One of the best live bands I have seen. Lucky enough to have seen them with Bon Scott. Sad times and I hope they call it a day. Thanks for the memories

Brucies_Star_Prize 8:26 Sat Nov 18
Re: Malcolm Young AC/DC
RIP Malcolm!

RBshorty 8:18 Sat Nov 18
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Farewell Mal.The brains of the outfit. We definitely salute you sir.!

RIP.

lab 7:30 Sat Nov 18
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I wasn't in to ac dc , rip rock fella .

Iron Duke 7:26 Sat Nov 18
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One of those bands whose songs I always like listening to, but can’t listen to a whole album. Wouldn’t have minded seeing them live though.

RIP

HairyHammer 5:50 Sat Nov 18
Re: Malcolm Young AC/DC
I was not a fan of AC/DC but He knew his stuff, 64 is indeed too young and the fact that he had dementia for quite some time is terrible, R.I.P.

Bungo 5:44 Sat Nov 18
Re: Malcolm Young AC/DC
Most solid rhythm player ever.

Huge respect that he let his brother run around and play all the pentatonic nonsense for decades.

Him, Cliff and Phil kept it all rock solid at the back. Best job in rock.

geoffpikey 5:10 Sat Nov 18
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Shame. Still, 64 isn't a bad innings for someone born in Glasgow.

yngwies Cat 5:08 Sat Nov 18
Re: Malcolm Young AC/DC
Ahh. Man

Sad news

For those about to Rock we Salute you.

Will be playing Let there be Rock at full tilt in honour.

Rock in peace.

The Stoat 3:01 Sat Nov 18
Re: Malcolm Young AC/DC
chim chim cha boo 2:59 Sat Nov 18

He was indeed :-(

chim chim cha boo 2:59 Sat Nov 18
Re: Malcolm Young AC/DC
Was he the one who had dementia? Anyway, RIP. Sad to see such a great band slowly falling apart.





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