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AC/DC - Bon Scott Rules! album mp3

Performer: AC/DC
Title: Bon Scott Rules!
Country: Europe
Style: Hard Rock
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 985
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Ronald Belford "Bon" Scott (9 July 1946 – 19 February 1980) was an Australian singer, songwriter and instrumentalist, best known for being the lead vocalist and lyricist of the Australian hard rock band AC/DC from 1974 until his death in 1980. Scott was born in Forfar, Scotland, and spent his early years in Kirriemuir. He moved to Australia with his family in 1952 at the age of six, living in Melbourne for four years before settling in Fremantle, Western Australia

I have AC/DC 1990 album taken from forth coming album "Razors Edge" that has Thunderstruck on one side and Fire Your Guns on other with photos made into vinyl have not been able to find one like it anywhere. Great album! The Razors Edge is a pretty good album. It didn't go to the extreme commercially and critically, but it has some good songs. The best song from the album is "Thunderstruck, " which is considered one of the best AC/DC songs of all time. The Razors Edge" is probably the second best. Bon Scott at his best. Bon Scott was so much better than Brian Johnson. Don't get me wrong Brain's voice kicks ass, but he is nowhere near the energy and charisma of Bon Scott. Dirty Deeds's title track is one of their best songs. Also I just want to point out that 4 of the top 5 on this list are from the Bon Scott era. Who doesn't love this album? - UFasten8Me.

is the second studio album by Australian hard rock band AC/DC, released only in Australia, on 1 December 1975. After the success of the single "Baby, Please Don't Go" and the album High Voltage, AC/DC returned to Albert Studios in Sydney to record their second LP with producers George Young and Harry Vanda. George was the older brother of guitarists Malcolm Young and Angus Young and had enjoyed his own success in the group the Easybeats.

Album Name Bon Scott. Music StyleHard-Rock. Members owning this album0. Official Studio Recordings 1974, 1975. 2. You Ain't Got a Hold on Me. 3. Love Song.

Bon Scott basically adds a new chapter to the Bible, documenting the birth of rock 'n' roll music itself with the sense of importance and gravity we all know it deserves: "There was 15 million fingers, Learnin' how to play, And you could hear the fingers pickin', And this is what they had to sa. .The title track from Bon Scott's final album with AC/DC has become a unifying anthem for rock 'n' rollers all over the world. The drawbacks of life on the road, and a sense that he's flirting with disaster, are once again mentioned in Scott's lyrics, but this time the tone is almost fully defiant and celebratory: "Hey momma, look at me!, I'm on my way to the promised land. AC/DC Albums Ranked Worst to Best. Filed Under: AC/DC, Bon Scott. Categories: Lists, Original Features.

Dick Barnatt/RedfernsBon Scott (left) and Angus Young in London, 1976. Bon Scott signed on to AC/DC as the frontman when their previous frontman refused to go on stage. It was through Scott’s checkered past and rebellious attitude that the band cemented itself as a raucous, crude rock group. Scott, who had been rejected from the army because he was socially maladjusted, brought that attitude into AC/DC. But the stress of constant touring and performing began to wear on Scott. Prone to alcoholism, Scott drank heavily throughout this period.

Album Name Bon Scott Forever 9. Type Bootleg. 14. Bon Scott Interview 1977 (by David Day for 5KA" radio station, Adelaide, Australia, 1977). 15. Bon Scott Interview 1979 (SFX Radio Network, USA, 1979). 16. Intro/Bon Scott Interview. 17. Gloria (Bon Scott & The Spektors (1965/1966), live on Perth TV Show "Club 17" ; 10/1965). 18. Coca Cola Jingles (ft. Bon Scott from The Valentines, extremely rare Australian EP from 1969).

January 29 at 4:12 PM ·. triplem. Malcolm Young calls Powerage his favourite AC/DC album backstage in Vancouver. ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED IN THE GEORGIA STRAIGHT, APRIL 26, 2001 By Steve Newton There are three things that are inevitable in this world: death, taxes, and a ringing in your ears after seeing AC/DC.


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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
none AC/DC Bon Scott Rules! ‎(Lathe, 7", Num, Unofficial) Not On Label (AC/DC) none Europe Unknown
none AC/DC Bon Scott Rules! ‎(Lathe, 7", Pic, Unofficial) Not On Label (AC/DC) none Europe Unknown
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