Brian Johnson says recording sessions for the next AC/DC album are complete. The band spent time in Vancouver recording what the lead singer says includes '...great songs' for an album that marks the beginning of the post Malcolm Young era for AC/DC. Johnson said his absence from the process made things difficult but praised his nephew for the job he did filling in. The band has not specified the nature of the medical condition that sidelined their rhythm guitarist. Reports have suggested the Young brother suffered a stroke. That would seem consistent with Johnson's comments. He said, 'He's in hospital but he's a fighter. We've got our fingers crossed that he'll get strong again.' Johnson suggested Man Down as an album title in tribute to the missing member of the lineup, an idea that sounds as though it met with a less than enthusiastic response from the other members.
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