British lead singer Brian Johnson and Scottish guitarist Angus Young of Australian hard rock band AC/DC perform on stage during the first concert of their Black Ice Tour on March 5, 2009 (Courtesy: Getty Images)
NEW YORK (AP) - Apple continues to prevail in the battle against holdouts against iTunes. One of the rock groups that has been among the more stubborn has finally given in to Apple's online music download service.
Fans of AC/DC can now download the group's offerings on iTunes.
Columbia Records and Apple say 16 studio albums will now be available.
Even before the group gave in, some AC/DC fans were able to get iTunes downloads of the group's work. Several of the Australian band's albums and songs have already made their way onto the iTunes Top 100 albums and songs charts.
The Associated Press