AC/DC The Razor's Edge Album
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Release information about the album
Release Date: 09/01/1990
Tracks in The Razor's Edge: Thunderstruck, Fire Your Guns, Moneytalks, The Razors Edge, Mistress For Christmas, Rock Your Heart Out, Are You Ready, Got You By The Balls, Shot Of Love, Lets Make It, Goodbye & Good Riddance To Bad Luck, If You Dare
The Razor's Edge Album Tracklist
- Thunderstruck Lyrics
- Fire Your Guns Lyrics
- Moneytalks Lyrics
- The Razors Edge Lyrics
- Mistress For Christmas Lyrics
- Rock Your Heart Out Lyrics
- Are You Ready Lyrics
- Got You By The Balls Lyrics
- Shot Of Love Lyrics
- Lets Make It Lyrics
- Goodbye & Good Riddance To Bad Luck Lyrics
- If You Dare Lyrics
AC/DC's Edge | Reviewer: Chris A. Jimenez | 9/14/13
The hardest, toughest, and most case-hardened album of AC/DC in several years. All the AC/DC's albums have got some similarities; one of them is the harshness...but "THE RAZORS EDGE" is the winner in the classification.
Well, to start with "Thunderstruck", a worldwide AC/DC anthem, 'cause if someone listen it he'll identify it effortlessly. It's a tough guitar burst and hard-boiled drums onslaught summary, with one of the most thick-skinned vocal sounds that I've ever listened. This is the leading ignition and then lands the subsequent blasts: "Fire your Guns"; the nerve-wracking "The Razors Edge"; "Rock your Heart Out", "Are you Ready?", "Got you By the Balls"...they make you sweat.
Three poles apart: the most commercial "Moneytalks", "Shot of Love" and "Let's Make It".
Well, they reach the Olympic place in the rock gods' pedestal at long last, a well-deserved place.
(A suggestion: have you listened the "bonus track" "Down on the Borderline"?, is excellent from beginning to end).
AC/DC kick fucking ass! | Reviewer: Lucas Madigan | 7/13/07
AC/DC's finest album since the highly underrated Flick Of The Switch, and their most popular album since the compilation Who Made Who.
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