This is one hell of an album. Different to Back In Black in that the songs, whilst having big choruses, were not necessarily radio-friendly as much as tunes like You Shook Me All Night long or even Back In Black itself. The band went for an enormous production, again via Mutt Lange, but although it's a huge sound, it's not lacking in character or over-produced. The songs are interesting, unique in places, diverse, and among the most inspired the band have come up with. A real hard-rock album, a long way apart from something like Powerage, yet still with the band's hallmark all over it. Brian Johnson at his peak was an awesome, one-off vocalist (still sounding like no-one else and doing a decent job today by the way), and although he was perhaps enduring slight vocal chord nodules around this time, his performance on this record is pretty stunning from start to finish. Angus' solos were drenched with the usual superb, wide vibrato and flowing blues runs, and the whole thing hasn't aged at all in the last 25 years. In my opinion, AC/DC made 6 classic albums in a row: Powerage, If You Want Blood, Highway to Hell, Back In Black, For Those About To Rock and Flick of the Switch. An amazing band.