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5.0 out of 5 stars One of the Best, 31 May 2002
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This review is from: Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap (Audio CD)
This is one of the "real" (as in Bon Scott) AC/DC's best. The price is justified alone for the wonderful blues of Ride On, surely the band's finest musical moment. Big Balls and Ain't No Fun just add to the pleasure of a great Rock'n'Roll experience; just a shame that they were never the same after Bon Scott left us. By the way why doesn't "Crabsody in Blue" appear on the CD versions of "Let There Be Rock"?
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Initial post: 12 Jan 2014 08:36:55 GMT
Last edited by the author on 12 Jan 2014 08:39:37 GMT
I. tovell says:
the reason the track crabsody in blue does nt appear on the later issues of let there be rock is apparently because these were international versions and it was thought that it was too crude for america.its only on the australian issue. the int format has problem child on it as a replacement..
now here s an intreaging thought.
in 1977 i purchased a copy of LTBR in the u.k. when it was released and it had crabsody in blue on it and im sure this was nt an australian import so when did the doctoring of int versions start.
im interested to know.

Posted on 11 Jun 2014 13:34:34 BDT
Ozymandias says:
"Never the same after Bon left us".........well, true, but they got better in my view since Brian has more power and more range. They wrote some classics back then I have to agree, but why is it that as soon as a musician dies they are suddenly elevated to the status of a god? (Randy Rhoads perhaps the most exaggerated). Only John Lennon, Jimi Hendrix and Freddie Mercury were worthy of such praise in my opinion.
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