AC/DC Albums

  • Black Ice Album (10/20/2008)
    Rock 'N' Roll Train
    Skies On Fire
    Big Jack
    Anything Goes
    War Machine
    Smash 'N' Grab
    Spoilin' For A Fight
    Stormy May Day
    She Likes Rock 'N' Roll
    Money Made
    Rock 'N' Roll Dream
    Rocking All The Way
    Black Ice

  • Stiff Upper Lip Album (2/29/2000)
    Stiff Upper Lip
    House Of Jazz
    Hold Me Back
    Safe In New York City
    Can't Stand Still
    Can't Stop Rock 'N' Roll
    Satellite Blues
    Come And Get It
    All Screwed Up
    Give It Up

  • Bonfire Album (11/11/1997)
    Live Wire (Live)
    Problem Child (Live)
    High Voltage (Live)
    Hell Ain't A Bad Place To Be (Live)
    Dog Eat Dog (Live)
    The Jack (Live)
    Whole Lotta Rosie (Live)
    Rocker (Live)
    Live Wire (Live In Paris)
    Shot Down In Flames (Live In Paris)
    Hell Ain't A Bad Place To Be (Live In Paris)
    Sin City (Live In Paris)
    Walk All Over You (Live In Paris)
    Bad Boy Boogie (Live In Paris)
    The Jack (Live In Paris)
    Highway To Hell (Live In Paris)
    Girls Got Rhythm (Live In Paris)
    High Voltage (Live In Paris)
    Whole Lotta Rosie (Live In Paris)
    Rocker (Live In Paris)
    T.N.T. (Live In Paris)
    Let There Be Rock (Live In Paris)
    Dirty Eyes (Original Version Of "Whole Lotta Rosie")
    Touch Too Much (Demo Version)
    If You Want Blood (You've Got It) (Demo Version)
    Back Seat Confidential (Original Version Of "Beating Around The Bush")
    Get It Hot (Demo Version)
    Sin City (Live On The Midnight Special, September 1978)
    She's Got Balls (Live At The Bondi Lifesavers, Sydney, July 1977)
    School Days
    It's A Long Way To The Top (If You Wanna Rock 'N' Roll)
    Ride On
    Hells Bells
    Shoot To Thrill
    What Do You Do For Money Honey
    Giving The Dog A Bone
    Let Me Put My Love Into You
    Back In Black
    You Shook Me All Night Long
    Have A Drink On Me
    Shake A Leg
    Rock 'N' Roll Ain't Noise Pollution

  • Ballbreaker Album (9/26/1995)
    Hard As A Rock
    Cover You In Oil
    Boogie Man
    The Honey Roll
    Burnin' Alive
    Hail Caesar
    Love Bomb
    Caught With Your Pants Down
    Whiskey On The Rocks

  • Highway To Hell Album (8/16/1994)
  • Live Album (10/27/1992)
  • The Razor's Edge Album (9/1/1990)
  • Blow Up Your Video Album (2/1/1988)
  • Who Made Who Album (5/1/1986)
  • Fly On The Wall Album (7/1/1985)
  • '74 Jailbreak Album (1/1/1984)
  • Flick Of The Switch Album (8/1/1983)
  • For Those About To Rock (We Salute You) Album (11/1/1981)
  • Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap Album (4/1/1981)
  • Back In Black Album (8/1/1980)
  • If You Want Blood (You've Got It) Album (12/1/1978)
  • Powerage Album (5/1/1978)
  • Let There Be Rock Album (6/1/1977)
  • High Voltage Album (10/1/1976)
  • T.N.T. Album (12/1/1975)

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    Reviews about AC/DC albums
    Tribute to Bon ? | Reviewer: Truth will out.
        ------ About the album Back In Black performed by AC/DC

    Comparing lyrics between this album and For those about to Rock, Back in Black, in my opinion,was mostly ,wriiten by Bon or lifted from Bon's ideas. Bon's missing lyric book anyone.

        ------ About the album Who Made Who performed by AC/DC


    In the New Century | Reviewer: Chris A. Jimenez
        ------ About the album Stiff Upper Lip performed by AC/DC

    A lot of bands are capable of resist to the passage of time, a lot. And AC/DC are so capable of that. They're in the same style, with the same energy for 24 years ago, and they are themselves, out of any new tendency.
    This work follows the trace of the '95 "BALLBREAKER" album, with no novelties or modernizations, just with the same kind of energy, but five years later.
    The "blues rock" it's present here too; in the tracks "Can't Stand Still", "Come and Get It", "Can't Stop Rock 'n' Roll!" and "Satellite Blues" above all. Others remain the "RAZOR'S EDGE" vigor, as "Safe in New York City", "All Screwed Up" and the dynamic "Stiff Upper Lip" shows.

    They're like a James Bond film: a winning formula.

    A Blues chargeable to AC/DC | Reviewer: Chris A. Jimenez
        ------ About the album Ballbreaker performed by AC/DC

    Five years later and we got...(it's complex to say)...a different AC/DC.
    This album is more "blues", more classical, familiarized with their old Bon Scott's era albums, probably the return of Phil Rudd has something to do with the change.
    "Boogie Man", "The Furor" and "Whiskey on the Rocks" are good samples. Well, the best tracks are the masterpieces "Hard as a Rock", "Ballbreaker" and "Hail Caesar", where the only point that displease to me is the more-and-more shattered Brian Johnson's voice; there's no way to fix that thing.
    But anyway we'll still listening AC/DC, one of the eldest 'n' biggest gods of "rock".

    AC/DC's Edge | Reviewer: Chris A. Jimenez
        ------ About the album The Razor's Edge performed by AC/DC

    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).

    Blow Up your Ears | Reviewer: Chris A. Jimenez
        ------ About the album Blow Up Your Video performed by AC/DC

    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.

    awseomness | Reviewer: noah
        ------ About the album Back In Black performed by AC/DC

    ac/dc is one of my favorite bands behind who and rolling stones and back in black is THE BEST album they have ever had in my opinion its definitely made its mark in rock and roll history.its up there with songs like baba o reily by the who and "grr" by the rolling stones

    Well...AC/DC, What do you expect? | Reviewer: Chris A. Jimenez
        ------ About the album Fly On The Wall performed by AC/DC

    You can perceive something different in this album. Is a little bit heavier, the guitars creak differently, they're harder. And the voice sounds like a giant, regurgitatin' a lot of crystals.
    The work offers nothing new. Is AC/DC, simply and plainly.

    Is the same formula: coarse "riffs", drum's knocks and a handful of hard sounds.
    "Shake Your Foundations" (I love!), "Stand Up!", the raw "boogie-blues" "Back in Business", the randy "Playing with Girls"...well, that's all. That's AC/DC, that's "rock".

    Be Careful to Flick of the Switch | Reviewer: Chris A. Jimnez
        ------ About the album Flick Of The Switch performed by AC/DC

    The career of AC/DC is similar to a running tank without pause or fast forward, sweeping any obstacle away without stopping, even if it's death itself. From the first riff of "Rising Power" we get in direct contact with the substance, with neanderthal "rock", purer and more effective than you can take.

    The album goes on, packed with choruses, really good riffs, made again with the same four or five chords, half-times quite similar to each other but do not ever get bored.
    Hymns are "Flick of the Switch", the raw "Guns for Hire", "Bedlam in Belgium", "This House is on Fire" and "Brain Shake"...and no-one more.
    Well, an opportunity is all that I request. No "Back In Black", no "For those About to Rock, We Salute You", but, it's AC/DC, please, a little bit of dearness.

    A Blast of Energy. A Reverence for those Who Love "Rock" | Reviewer: Chris A. Jimnez
        ------ About the album For Those About To Rock (We Salute You) performed by AC/DC

    It's true, this ain't the "Back In Black" album, but all the raw energy blows up all over the place because of great riffs, drum's bombshells and sound of cannons, ready to urge the fans on.

    "For those About to Rock, We Salute You!" is an hymn, and the anthems "Evil Walks", "Night of the Long Knives", "Inject the Venom" or "C.O.D." get manage to exceed the expectations of what was expected of this amazing work.

    For those About to love AC/DC, I Salute You.

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