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Published on December 12th, 2016 | by Alan Cross

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Imagine If Your Neighbour Had This AC/DC Christmas Display

It would certainly be better than the guy whose display plays “Winter Wonderland” over and over again. Greg Jaeschke, who lives on Rudd Road (AC/DC fans will see the significance) in Shepperton, Victoria, Australia, spent about six hours programming the lights to dance to “Thunderstruck.”

Nice work, dude. (Via TeamRock)




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One Response to Imagine If Your Neighbour Had This AC/DC Christmas Display

  1. Glen Buchanan says:

    I know they are loved my many but I can’t stand ANY of the vocals on AC/DC songs. If I was this guy’s neighbour I’d want to sabotage his outdoor sound system. I have a massive vinyl rock/pop collection, but not one AC/DC disc.

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