This CD cover image released by Columbia Records shows "Rock or Bust," by AC/DC. (AP Photo/Columbia Records)
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Thousands of AC/DC fans Sunday flocked to a small, rural Australian town for the launch of the group's first new album in six years -- and also their first without founding member Malcolm Young, who is suffering from dementia.Wearing black T-shirts emblazoned with images of the veteran band and the trademark caps with protruding red horns, fans gathered in the New South Wales town The Rock to be among the first in the world to listen to the new "Rock or Bust" album.Singer Brian Johnson and guitarist Angus Young hinted last week that the band may look to replace him ahead of the tour.
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