Airbourne Albums

  • Black Dog Barking Album (5/21/2013)
    Ready To Rock
    No One Fits Me (Better Than You)
    Back In The Game
    Live It Up
    Woman Like That
    Cradle To The Grave
    Black Dog Barking
    Bonus Tracks
    Jack Attack
    You Got The Skills (To Pay The Bills)
    Party In The Penthouse

  • No Guts. No Glory. Album (3/8/2010)
    Born To Kill
    No Way But The Hard Way
    Blonde, Bad And Beautiful
    Raise The Flag
    Bottom Of The Well
    White Line Fever
    It Ain't Over 'Till It's Over
    Steel Town
    Chewin' The Fat
    Get Busy Livin'
    Armed And Dangerous
    Back On The Bottle
    Loaded Gun
    My Dynamite Will Blow You Sky High (And Get Ya Moanin' After Midnight)
    Rattle You Bones
    Kickin' It Old School
    Devil's Child

  • Runnin' Wild Album (11/3/2008)
    Stand Up For Rock 'N' Roll
    Runnin' Wild
    Too Much, Too Young, Too Fast
    Diamond In The Rough
    Fat City
    What's Eatin' You
    Girls In Black
    Cheap Wine & Cheaper Women
    Lets Ride

  • Ready To Rock Album (4/1/2004)
    Ready To Rock
    Stand And Deliver
    When The Girl Gets Hot (The Love Don't Stop)
    Come On Down
    Runnin' Hot
    Hotter Than Hell
    Women On Top
    Dirty Angel

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    Reviews about Airbourne albums
    YesNo Guts, No Glory | Reviewer: Chris A. Jimenez
        ------ About the album No Guts. No Glory. performed by Airbourne

    ...And AIRBOURNE got guts.
    With "RUNNIN' WILD" they showed themselves to the world, now we know us and we know the music they play. This work has got more grandiosity than the previous, it's obvious.
    Wild and honest AC/DC's heirs that preach with the roughest "rock" music at this moment in time, where the influence of Motrhead and Nashville Pussy is present at their style and the musical blasts "No Way but the Hard Way", "Steel Town", "Armed and Dangerous", "My Dynamite will Blow you Sky High and Get ya Moanin' After Midnight", "Blonde, Bad & Beautiful", "Back On The Bottle" and "Bottom of the Well" show it powerfully.

    The Most Magnificent AIRBOURNE | Reviewer: Chris A. Jimenez
        ------ About the album Black Dog Barking performed by Airbourne

    It doesn't matter how many songs are so similar between themselves; it's a kind of sound that you can enjoy with no trouble, unperturbedly and calmly.
    It seems like all the track list belongs to a total, a whole song that never ends. But it's the same thing as AC/DC or Nashville Pussy is...the same, all the time and constantly. You can't be bored with this kind of music.
    This album has got something special; it's more commercial, it's more "American". You can see it right from the start with "Ready To Rock" and other songs like "No One Fits me Better than You", "Woman Like That" or "Back In The Game".
    The sound is more stunning and dazzling, fewer basic and rude, but with the same "rock" energy (you've got to compare the "BACK IN BLACK" with the "FLY ON THE WALL" and you'll have a similar thing).
    Joel O'Keeffe sings with different pitches; he sounds sharper and most piercing than ever, something you can confirm with the roughly diamonds "Live It Up!", "Black Dog Barking" and "Animalize".

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