More new AC/DC and Queen on Tarantura















Nope, you’re not seeing double. The Tarantura label are back with another couple of Queen and AC/DC releases for your delectation. The Queen release is another Mr. Peach recording of the show at Aichi-Ken Taiikukan in Nagoya, Japan. The evening show that started at 6:30pm on the 23rd of March, 1976 promoting the “A Night At The Opera” album. The title, the superbly fabulous “Moet and Chandon Breakfast”

The Track list; 

Opening / Start / Introduction / Bohemian Rhapsody / Ogre Battle / Sweet Lady / MC / White Queen / Flick Of The Wrist / Bohemian Rhapsody / Killer Queen / The March Of The Black Queen / Bohemian Rhapsody / Bring Back That Leroy Brown / Brighton Rock / Guitar Solo / Son and Daughter / The Prophet’s Song / Stone Cold Crazy

MC / Doing Alright / Lazing On A Sunday Afternoon / Keep Yourself Alive / Drum Solo / Keep Yourself Alive / Liar / In The Lap Of The Gods … Revisited : Encore; Now I’m Here / Big Spender / Jail House Rock / Rock And Roll Melody – God Save The Queen. 



“Made By Nik and Tom” is the AC/DC title. Referencing Nikoli Tesla and Thomas Alva Edison ( The autonomists behind electricity and radio respectively )

Made from the master reels of a Dutch radio broadcast on Jaap Endenhaal from Amsterdam, Holland the set list is dotted with classic AC/DC tracks. 

Live Wire / Shot Down In Flames / Hell Ain’t Bad Place To Be / Sin City / Walk All Over You / Bad Boy Boogie / The Jack / Highway To Hell / High Voltage / Whole Lotta Rosie / Rocker / Guitar Solo / Whole Lotta Rosie / Guitar Solo / Let There Be Rock. 

It’s almost worth it for the rather punning title alone. 

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  1. There are no AC/DC outtakes as far as I know, there are a couple on the Bonfire box set, versions with different lyrics

    If you want to here something different look for the original UK Powerage LP. I have a first press so look it up on Discogs

    They rushed it out and several songs have very different mixes from what most have come to know. It’s incredible

    Lmk, I can send you a taster of it !

  2. Anybody know of any AC/DC studio CD’s (demos, outtakes, etc.), esp. ones that feature any of their greatest hits or tracks from either their “Back in Black” or “Highway to Hell” albums? Thanks if anybody could kindly let us know…& thanks very much to Relayer67 for all his great AC/DC reviews.


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