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AC/DC Climbing The Charts Following Malcolm Young's Death

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Six AC/DC's songs have landed on Billboard's Hot Rock Songs chart following the death of founding member Malcolm Young.

The band's 1990 hit "Thunderstruck" clocks in at No. 6 on the Hot Rock Songs, debuting with 6,000 downloads sold (up 73 percent) and 4.1 million U.S. streams (up 33 percent) in the week ending November 23, according to Nielsen Music. It rises 4-3 on the Hard Rock Digital Song Sales and re-enters the Rock Streaming Songs at No. 9, marking just the third week that AC/DC has appeared on the latter chart, Billboard reports.

In addition to "Thunderstruck," AC/DC also charted their tracks "Back in Black," No. 11 (3,000 downloads sold; 3.1 million U.S. streams), "You Shook Me All Night Long," No. 15 (3,000 sold; 2.5 million streams), "Highway to Hell," No. 18 (3,000 sold; 2.5 million streams), "T.N.T.," No. 23 (2,000 sold; 1.6 million streams), and "Hells Bells," No. 24 (2,000 sold; 1.5 million streams).

by RTT Staff Writer

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