Australian rock band AC/DC has made several albums available on streaming services, including Google Play Music, Spotify, Rdio and Deezer.

Although AC/DC is one of the best-known bands in the world — having sold more than 200 million albums globally — band members were reticent to make their records available online, stating that they prefer albums be heard in full rather than broken up into chunks for individual downloads. That stance changed in late 2012 with the arrival of Rock or Bust, which was AC/DC's first album to be sold digitally.

For those not yet familiar with the band, here's AC/DC performing Highway To Hell live at River Plate: