I bought their last live album so I already have twelve of the tracks featured here. A little variation in their set list for the last tour might have provided the opportunity for greater variety. Unfortunately they played the same set list every night for two years, pretty much as they have done since the early eighties, with just a few songs from the latest album mixed in. Sadly, as they pretty much ignore every album since 1980s Back-in-black, this makes the tours repetitive in the extreme and turns AC/DC into a heritage act. I love AC/DC, which is why the sheer laziness of it all gets on my nerves.
I also bought their last live DVD, so I own this soundtrack without needing to buy this CD. Led Zeppelin thoughtfully sold their recent live DVD and CD (Celebration Day) together in one package and it's in my supermarket for a tenner. AC/DC on the other hand went for the 'least effort / most profit' option of selling the DVD and soundtrack separately.
I've been to every tour and brought every album since the early eighties. The music on this is good of course - AC/DC performances are consistently excellent - but the repetition and the laziness is killing my love for this band. Yes, there are lots of songs that 'have' to be played every night but, for God's sake, mix in some surprises now and again, or do the odd one-off gig of rarely heard songs, and then release a live album with some surprises on as well; the Stones did it with 'Stripped' - it can't be beyond AC/DC.