#onerecordeveryday BAND AC/DC ALBUM LET THERE BE ROCK LABEL WARNER HOME VIDEO OUT 1991 FORMAT VHS This is a live concert motion picture featuring AC/DC, released in September 1980 (and AC/DC's native Australia on New Year's Eve, 1981) and on videotape the same year. Track listing "Live Wire" - 5:23 (1975) "Shot Down in Flames" - 3:18 (1979) "Hell Ain't a Bad Place to Be" - 3:54 (1977) "Sin City" - 3:52 (1978) "Walk All Over You" - 2:30 (1979) "Bad Boy Boogie" - 11:08 (1977)
#onerecprdeveryday BAND AC/DC ALBUM ARE YOU READY/GOT YOU BY THE BALLS (7’) LABEL ATCO OUT 1990 FORMAT VINYL A great single for THE RAZORS EDGE times.. #acdc #vinyl #therazorsedge #areyouready #vinylcollection #vinylcollection #vinylcommunity
#onerecordeveryday BAND AC/DC ALBUM FLICK OF THE SWITCH LABEL ATLANTIC OUT 1983 FORMAT CD Flick of the Switch is a 1983 studio album by AC/DC. TRACKLIST 1. "Rising Power" 3:43 2. "This House Is on Fire" 3:23 3. "Flick of the Switch" 3:13 4. "Nervous Shakedown" 4:27 5. "Landslide" 3:57 6. "Guns for Hire" 3:24 7. "Deep in the Hole" 3:19 8. "Bedlam in Belgium" 3:52 9. "Badlands" 3:38 10. "Brain Shake" 4:00 TRACKLIST Brian Johnson LV Angus Young LG Malcolm Young RG BV Cliff Willi
Recording begun at the Roundhouse Studios in Chalk Farm, north London in March 1979. Sessions for the album, 15 hours a day for over two month, were strong . Lange's approach was anyway appreciated by the band. Robert John "Mutt" Lange was meticulous about sound, getting right guitars and drums. The album's most famous song is the title track but Atlantic Records hated, at the first time, the idea of using the song as the album title. Highway to Hell was originally released o
"Who Made Who" is ab album by Australian band AC/DC, out from May 24th, 1986 as soundtrack to the Stephen King film called "Maximum Overdrive". Only three songs were new (Who Made Who" and instrumentals "D.T." and "Chase the Ace"), while the rest were taken from the band's previous albums. "Ride On" is the only one from the Bon Scott era; all of the others feature Brian Johnson. The band also released a 73-minute video tape, which contained music videos for the songs "Who
The original Geordie line-up included was: Vic Malcolm (lead guitar), Tom Hill (bass guitar), Brian Gibson (drums) and Brian Johnson (lead vocals). In the early 70s Geordie toured Australia bulding a solid following in Newcastle and New South Wales. After their 1976 album Save the World, Brian Johnson left for a solo project. The band's final album, No Good Woman, in 1978 consisted of three unreleased tracks with Johnson and new material recorded by Malcolm with next Dire St
"For Those About to Rock We Salute You" is the 8th studio full-lenght by AC/DC, released in 1981. The album, recorded in Paris, was the last produced by Robert John "Mutt" Lange. On some versions of the album the title of a song "Put the finger on you" is shown as "I Put the Finger on You". In Spain, early copies of the album featured a sleeve with the colours reversed, with a gold cannon on a black background. TRACKLIST
1. "For Those About to Rock (We Salute Y
Ronald Belford "Bon" Scott (9/7/1946-19/2/1980) was the unforgotten australian singer of AC/DC from 1974 until his death.
Scott was born in Forfar, Scotland, and raised in Kirriemuir, before moving to Australia with his family in 1952 at the age of six. He formed his first band, The Spektors, in 1964 playin' drums and,occasionally, singing. He performed in other bands as The Valentines, in which Bob was co-lead singer with VINCE LOVEGROVE, and as Fraternity before replacing
BIG GUN is a song by AC/DC, released as single in 1993 and available on soundtrack of the Arnold Schwarzenegger movie "Last Action Hero". It was later released on the 2009 AC/DC box set "Backtracks"
The video clip was similar to the one for "You Could Be Mine" (released to support the film "Terminator 2: Judgment Day"), where Schwarzenegger interacted with Guns N' Roses.
The video was released on "Family Jewels Disc 3", part of the 2009 box set "Backtracks". TRACKLIST
FLY ON THE WALL is the 10th studio full-lenght by AC/DC, out on 28 June 1985 by Albert Productions and via Atlantic Records.
All songs were written by Angus Young (guitar), Malcolm Young (guitar), and Brian Johnson (vocals).
The sessions for this album started in Montreux, Switzerland at Mountain Studios in late October 1984. Released on 28 June 1985, it was the first album without Phil Rudd, replaced by Simon Wright (although sawn in music clips supporting Flick of the Swi
"'74 Jailbreak" is an EP by AC/DC with five tunes previously released only in Australia. It was published in 1984 in US, Canada, Brazil and Japan. The EP was reissued worldwide in 2003 as part of the AC/DC Remasters series.
The first track is taken from the Australian vs. of "Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap" (1976), while the rest are from the Australian vs. of "High Voltage", recorded in 1974.
All tracks written by Bon Scott, Malcolm Young and Angus Young, excep
💿 Hi, it’s a pleasure for us to have on Hardrockheavymetal TREVOR, well-known singer of cult death metal band SADIST! Welcome! TREVOR: Hi guys, thanks for the opportunity. Trevor and the Wolves is my solo project, but I’m always the Sadist’s singer. The bands are much different, Trevor and the Wolves is a hard rock band. It's been a long time, I started playing about thirty years ago. I was a young boy attracted by metal, from all the bands that made the genre famous. 💿 Can
THE FIRM were a British HARD ROCK "supergroup" formed in 1984, with Paul Rodgers, Jimmy Page, Chris Slade and Tony Franklin.
Page and Rodgers refused to play material by previous bands and opted for a selection of Firm songs plus tunes from their solo jobs. The last track from The Firm, "Midnight Moonlight", was originally an unreleased Led Zeppelin song entitled "Swan Song". LINE UP
Paul Rodgers – lead vocals, rhythm guitar, acoustic guitar, piano Jimmy Page – lead & rhyt
BLOW UP YOUR VIDEO is the 11th studio album by AC/DC and the 10th internationally released. First released in Europe and Australia on 18 January 1988, it was later released in the US on 1 February 1988. The album was recorded at the Miraval Studio in Le Val, France, in between August and September 1987.
This was also the final studio album with Simon Wright on drums.
The band recorded 16 tracks during the sessions, including "Let It Loose" and "Alright Tonight," as well as
Mark Whitmore Evans was born on 2 March 1956 and raised in Melbourne, Australia.
He was originally a guitarist and in 1975 he was introduced to AC/DC.
AC/DC had formed in 1973 and had published a debut album, High Voltage, in 1974.
Mark joined in March the band , allowing Malcolm to return in his place on rhythm guitar.
Evans appeared in several videos, including "It's a Long Way to the Top (If You Wanna Rock 'n' Roll)" and "Jailbreak" film clips.
He played on albums as
If You Want Blood You've Got it is the first live album by AC/DC, published between October and November 1978.
The album was released six months after Powerage.
It was recorded during the 1978 Powerage tour and contains songs from T.N.T., Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap, Let There Be Rock, and Powerage.
It is the last Bon Scott-era AC/DC album produced by Harry Vanda and George Young.
AC/DC'S gig at the Apollo Theatre in Glasgow, Scotland on 30 April 1978 was used for the liv
LET THERE BE ROCK is the 4th studio full-lenght by AC/DC (Third in Europe) out on March 21st, 1977. All songs were written by Angus Young, Malcolm Young and Bon Scott. It was originally released on 21 March 1977 in Australia (a modified international edition was released on 25 July 1977). Let There Be Rock was produced by the George Young and Harry Vanda, already seen in previous album. The band was amazing to replicate its live sound, with tnt results! A music video for "Le