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Where it all began,
This review is from: High Voltage (Audio CD)
This is AC/DC's first album, and may be their best. The riff's, oh man, the riff's on this album are some of the best you'll ever hear. Stripped to the bone , they are the most catchy AC have ever writtin. And with all great albums, there is not a bad or weak track on the album. From the faster High Voltage and It's A Long Way To The Top to the sublime The Jack, the band push all the right buttons. And we have Bon Scott on vocals, one of the best rock singers in history. Do yourself a favour if you have yet to get into AC/DC, start here. The later albums just don't compare to their early work. Even Back In Black is a weak album in comparison. The song, T.N.T. was on the latest Tony Hawk game, and shows this album is as vital today as it ever was. Also check out Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap, Powerage, Let There Be Rock, If You Want Blood You Got It and Highway To Hell all of which capture AC/DC at their very best, before the tragic death of Boo Scott. They have made some good albums since he died, but nothing beats the Bon Scott era. And the Angus Young's solos and riffs are just dead on the money. Checccck them out. Your life will not be complete without them.