AC/DC

Discussion in 'Music' started by rumply, Jul 10, 2014.

Put it out there
  1. edgie

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    I love Black Ice. Definitely up there for me as one of the best with Brian.

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    Highway To Hell the best album for me - Touch Too Much an absolute gem

    TNT I would have second - some absolute classics and some underrated gems, like Can I Sit Next To You Girl and School Days

    and Back In Black rounding out the top three - the album that changed AC/DC forever.

    I always wondered where AC/DC would be if Bon Scott never died. It's quite easy to spot the transition from rock and roll to hard rock when Brian Johnson came in, and I reckon if Bon remained and they played the same old style rock and roll, AC?DC might have died out like the Stones and The Who did. When the 80's came, rock fans wanted something new, faster and harder. 80's AC/DC went up a level and it worked for the better.
     
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    I dunno, many would have Let There Be Rock as the hardest or at least one of the hardest albums.

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    Back In Black for me....

    Grew up on it
     
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    Really like the Best Of Bootleg cd & although it's far from their best song, Shake your Foundations has a great raw sound on that album that just loves to get cranked;)

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