This is a decent album by AC/DC, the second to receive an international release- though not in the states, more on that later - but it is also, in my opinion, the weakest Album featuring Bon Scott.
The reason this album is so well know, disproportionately so against others in the catalogue, is that the label initially refused to release this album in the USA. They only did so as a cash in after BIB became such a monster hit, as a result it was snapped up by fans wanting more. This has led to this album being more revered than many of their better records.
Now, all this said, it is absolutely not a bad album. There are some cracking tracks on this and I do think anyone… Read more
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This is a lovely idea, a pillow and blanket in one that folds up into a sqidgy toy for cuddles. Our toddler son really likes his owl friend, the bright colours in the range have a broad appeal to boys and girls and the various animal designs just enhance this.
The blanket section folds out from inside the Snoozihead and can be used separately or be attached to the pillow section. The pillow itself has small inflatable insert to make it puffier and in some cases more huggable. The material this is made of is soft, snuggly and nice and warm. The blanket also has a little pocket designed for teddy storage though our son has found it most useful for his toy dinosaurs who play peek a… Read more
How many bands nails their sound on their debut? And by that I mean bands that stuck around for a while. I think AC/DC must be unique in the sense that their debut album could easily be their most recent. This is what they sound like, then, now and ever more. Thankfully the noise they make is terrific!
This is a really, really good album - admittedly a Frankenstein's monster splice of their first two Aussie albums. It's shockingly good and was, naturally, dismissed by UK critics and lumped in with the burgeoning Punk scene! Madness! Let's take it track by track - with marks out of 10:
1. It's a long way to the top... (9) - oh, such a strong opener. Brilliant riffs and… Read more