Longtime iTunes holdouts AC/DC are finally joining the digital age. They have released their entire back catalog on the digital music service. The rollout began Monday morning and includes all of the band's studio albums, live albums, soundtracks and box sets. It also includes AC/DC's brand new release, "Live At River Plate," also released Monday. AC/DC joins a handful of major acts that have changed their tune about iTunes in recent years. The Beatles jumped on board in 2010 a few years after fellow holdouts Metallica and Led Zeppelin did the same. Kid Rock also recently joined the iTunes family. But country star Garth Brooks and rock band Tool still are not on.