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Powerage Limited Edition, Import
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I have to complete this review with a complaint directed at Sony - other reviews have mentioned the absence of 'Cold Hearted Man'(on the original UK/European version of the LP). This track is only available on download from connection to the official website via this CD. Fans don't need this gimmick, what they do need however, and deserve, is this essential track included on the CD where it belongs. Furthermore, the digipack format is not welcome at all, it is prone to fingerprints, damage and dust. Sony and all other companies, please take note!
The venue was one of those small balconied rectangular halls that holds maybe 400 bodies - so Angus and Bon were able to do their Guitarist on my Shoulder routine as they made their way round the overlooking balcony area to the other end of the hall. Hanging precariously over the edge (now facing the stage) - they stopped moving to allow the spotlight to hit Angus as Bon held him aloft. Angus riffing away – sweat and schoolboy short pants - Bon’s cheeky grin as Angus laid into yet another hair-raising guitar solo on the 'long version' of "Let There Be Rock".
They opened with "Live Wire" - then went into the new "Sin City" and by the time that huge stop/start riff in "Kicked In The Teeth" was threatening the old hall's rafters – the audience was worshipping at their Aussie feet. To this day the memory of it turns me on – like an old rocker turned to mush. They only did about an hour but they were utterly incredible – and like Thin Lizzy and Dire Straits in 1978 – they were toured into the ground – tight like a well-oiled machine that knew what it could do – slaughter all in front of them. I swear but at that moment – AC/DC were the greatest hard-rocking band in the world bar none (an accolade many feel hasn’t changed a jot in 2016).
As someone who has spent over 20 years working in record shops - it's a tale I never tire of re-telling. Which brings me to another high - the 'fans' AC/DC album – the "Empire Strikes Back" of their vast catalogue - 1978's "Powerage".Read more ›
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A class albumn from a class band. Is it there best well quite possibly, give it a listen and have your own opinion.I don't think you will be dissapointed.Published 2 months ago by diamond dave
My music era is the seventies all types led Zeppelin, Rolling Stones, free etc etc. Over the last couple of years I have found class acts that I missed while younger, Tom petty and... Read morePublished 3 months ago by J. Hirst
Like some others, I think this is the best AC/DC album - and if it didn't have such a crummy album cover (Angus with RIBBONS coming out of his sleeves - WTF), and maybe had a more... Read morePublished 5 months ago by NGSpeaking
A wonderful album with some great AC/DC riffs. A great addition to my music library. Best played at top volume when the wife is out.Published 6 months ago by Mr. W. S. Lyon