AC/DC fans campaign for Xmas No1

A campaign to get AC/DC to Christmas number one was reignited following the death of founding member Malcolm Young.The 64-year-old guitar legend tragically passed away last month - following a lengthy time living with dementia - and fans of the iconic metal group flooded the owners of the 'AC/DC for Christmas No.1' Facebook page, with requests to reactive the petition to get them at the top of the charts this festive season with 'For Those About To Rock (We Salute You)'. Photo: BANG Showbiz
A campaign to get AC/DC to Christmas number one was reignited following the death of founding member Malcolm Young.The 64-year-old guitar legend tragically passed away last month - following a lengthy time living with dementia - and fans of the iconic metal group flooded the owners of the 'AC/DC for Christmas No.1' Facebook page, with requests to reactive the petition to get them at the top of the charts this festive season with 'For Those About To Rock (We Salute You)'. Photo: BANG Showbiz

A campaign to get AC/DC to Christmas number one was reignited following the death of founding member Malcolm Young.

The 64-year-old guitar legend tragically passed away last month - following a lengthy time living with dementia - and fans of the iconic metal group flooded the owners of the 'AC/DC for Christmas No.1' Facebook page, with requests to reactive the petition to get them at the top of the charts this festive season with 'For Those About To Rock (We Salute You)'.

In 2013, 'Highway to Hell' was the track fans wanted to see at number one.

However, it only made it to number four, and was beaten by 'X Factor' winner Sam Bailey and her cover of 'Skyscraper'.

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