Vinyl LP pressing. 2003 digital re-master of the Australian rockers' seventh album. Released in July, 1980, Back in Black was the first AC/DC album recorded without former lead singer Bon Scott, who died in February of that year. Back in Black was the first album to feature vocalist Brian Johnson, formerly of Geordie. Producer Robert John "Mutt" Lange, who had previously worked with AC/DC on Highway to Hell, was again brought in to produce. The album was recorded at Compass Point Studios in Nassau, Bahamas, and Electric Lady Studios in New York, where the album was also mixed.
AC/DCBack in BlackTrack Listing:
1. Back in Black - 4:13 2. Hells Bells 5:09 3. Shoot to Thrill - 5:14 4. Givin the Dog a Bone - 3:30 5. What Do You Do for Money Honey - 3:33 6. Rock & Roll Ain't Noise Pollution - 4:12 7. Let Me Put My Love into You - 4:12 8. You Shook Me All Night Long - 3:28 9. Shake a Leg - 4:03 10. Have a Drink on Me - 3:57
2003 remastered reissue of their 1977 third studio album produced by Harry Vanda & George Young. Key tracks include "Dog Eat Dog", "Let There Be Rock", "Bad Boy Boogie" & "Whole Lotta Rosie". This was the last abum featuring bass player Mark Evans. The iconic lightning bolt AC/DC logo designed by Gerard Huerta made it's first appearance on the international cover of this album.
Limited 180gm vinyl LP pressing in gatefold jacket. 2020 release from the veteran Australian rockers. Power Up is the long-awaited album from AC/DC, and the band's 17th studio album. For Power Up, the band reunited with producer Brendan O'Brien who helmed the double-platinum Black Ice in 2008 and the gold Rock Or Bust in 2014. Charged up for the next decade, AC/DC cut twelve new tracks for the album, proudly maintaining their signature sound and all of it's powerful hallmarks. Power Up features the lineup of Angus Young [lead guitar], Brian Johnson [lead vocals], Cliff Williams [bass guitar], Phil Rudd [drums], and Stevie Young [rhythm guitar] firing on all cylinders once again.
AlthoughAC/DC's popularity had decreased by the early '90s, the band still had a lot of life left in it. Arguably the Australian headbangers' strongest album in over half a decade,The Razor's Edgeis quintessentialAC/DC— rowdy, abrasive, unapologetically fun metal full of blistering power chords, memorable hooks, and testosterone-driven lyrics. Lead singer Brian Johnson sounds more inspired than he had since 1983'sFlick of the Switch, and lead guitarist Angus Young isn't about to take any prisoners on such hard-hitting material as 'Shot of Love,' the menacing title song, and the appropriately titled 'Got You By the Balls.' Although not quite in a class withBack in Black,Highway to Hell, orLet There Be Rock— all of which would, for novices, serve as fine introductions to the distinctive band —The Razor's Edgewas a welcome addition toAC/DC's catalog.
1. Thunderstruck (Young/Young) - 4:52 2. Fire Your Guns (Young/Young) - 2:53 3. Moneytalks (Young/Young) - 3:45 4. The Razor's Edge (Young/Young) - 4:22 5. Mistress for Christmas (Young/Young) - 3:59 6. Rock Your Heart Out (Young/Young) - 4:06 7. Are You Ready (Young/Young) - 4:10 8. Got You By the Balls (Young/Young) - 4:30 9. Shot of Love (Young/Young) - 3:56 10. Let's Make It (Young/Young) - 3:32 11. Goodbye and Good Riddance to Bad Luck (Young/Young) - 3:13 12. If You Dare (Young/Young) - 3:18