I among other people obviously have noticed the amount of ACDC songs used in the holden ads.
Depending on what rights holden has to the ACDC songs i was thinking maybe when the Series II BA Falcon is released, or maybe for advertising for the Falcon GT (Which has been scarce) we could have one of the falcons flogging a commodore of equal terms (Eg. Monaro, GTS) in a race, or something similar, while having the song of ACDC - Shoot Down In Flames or ACDC - Ballbreaker playing.
This would go perfectly in opposition to the 'Game Over' slogan.
It would be a perfect ad, opposed to the 'old mans style' advertisement of the current BA lineup. Just how to alert the marketing department to this idea, im not to sure off!
ACDC is much better, and represents Australian Rock...Aussie Band...
I dont think holden would have bought all the ACDC songs, because that would be rather expensive. They probly buy the rights when they make the individual ads...
holden really seem to be pushing the dirt farms with their ute ads.
one tonner, now crewman, bit country bumpkin
show a GT doing some sideways action on a salt lake with some deathmetal playing, that'll score some attention
1995 EF II Falcon GLi: Heritage Green, 4spd Auto, AUII 17" Rims, Custom BA Front Bar, Lowered, Gas Research LPG, Clear Indicators, JVC MP3 Headunit, Phoenix Gold 6.5" Splits, Coustic 481QE Amp, Clarion 12" sub, Leather Seats, Power Window Conversion, 3.45 LSD, Pacemaker Comp Extractors, 2.5" Exhaust, Mandrel Bent Intake, High Flow Filter, Wade 1004 110 cam.
In Progress: BA XR Side Skirts, BA XR Rear bar, BA Shifter Handle.
Yeah Australia is a farming nation...Holden is claiming to be Australian by having ads on a farm...
Thing is the GT is completely Australian, so having any song other than australian music, would be quite pointless...
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