AC/DC Blow Up Your Video Album
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Release information about the album
Release Date: 02/01/1988
Tracks in Blow Up Your Video: Heatseeker, That's The Way I Wanna Rock 'N' Roll, Meanstreak, Go Zone, Kissin' Dynamite, Nick Of Time, Some Sin For Nuthin', Ruff Stuff, Two's Up, This Means War
Blow Up Your Video Album Tracklist
- Heatseeker Lyrics
- That's The Way I Wanna Rock 'N' Roll Lyrics
- Meanstreak Lyrics
- Go Zone Lyrics
- Kissin' Dynamite Lyrics
- Nick Of Time Lyrics
- Some Sin For Nuthin' Lyrics
- Ruff Stuff Lyrics
- Two's Up Lyrics
- This Means War Lyrics
Blow Up your Ears | Reviewer: Chris A. Jimenez | 8/17/13
After two unsuccessful albums and the fruitful Stephen King's "Maximum Overdrive" soundtrack album "WHO MADE WHO", AC/DC came back to reach their top in the music at long last.
In a word is the same AC/DC pure album as the previous, but it's got a better production.
With "Heatseeker" and the "hit" "That's the Way I Wanna Rock 'n' Roll" we can listen again the amusing 'n' characteristic style of the band.
The other fistful of songswell, AC/DC, can we ask for other thing to them? ("Kissin' Dynamite", "Meanstreak", "Nick of Time"...we can't, isn't it?).
Two to remember, and that's true, is the packet "Two's Up"/"This Means War"...great songs.
The first is an epic and long-winded composition, but exceptionally shocking; it can rise to "Shoot to Thrill" or "Inject the Venom" point with ease. The second track is a breath-taking 'n' high-speed masterpiece; a kind of prelude of the '90's "hit" "Thunderstruck". I'm not disillusioned.
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