This album begins with a riff. It’s a succinct, simple riff. It ranks among some of the best purveyors of riffs…
These songs are five of the best AC/DC recorded with the great Bon Scott on vocals and writing the lyrics.
With the recent passing of AC/DC’s founder, rhythm guitarist and primary songwriter, Malcolm Young, it’s a good time to look back on the band’s massive body of work and the riffs Malcolm came up with.
It’s not the hits we are looking at but the five of the most underrated tracks during the Johnson era featuring his distinct bluesy, raspy vocal style.
For fans of AC/DC in the early 1980s, the release of Flick of the Switch took plenty of people by surprise, as well as a host of radio stations.
Powerage, released in 1978, is the record that made people, including AC/DC’s record label, Atlantic, stand up and really pay attention to the grubby misfits.
When you’re tasked with following up one of the greatest rock records ever made, you know it won’t be easy.
While former AC/DC lead singer Bon Scott left the world all too soon in 1980, he left AC/DC fans a musical legacy in recordings with the Australian hard rockers.