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Price: £7.99

3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Their best album., 20 Nov. 2003
This review is from: Powerage (Audio CD)
1. Rock n roll damnation - what a great song this is to open up the album, this is ac/dc in their prime, one of my favourite dc tunes. 10/10
2. Downpayment blues - this is a slower track but features incredible solo's from angus young and deep lyrics from bon scott, this is six minutes of heaven - 10/10
3. Gimmie a bullet - another great song, the opening is superb with a great verse and a cthch chorus, wonderful stuff - 9.5/10
4. Riff raff - the entrance to this album is imnense, great work from the youngs on this one, great song, incredibly they would play this song to open concerts on the ensuing powerage tour - 9/10
5. Sin city - what a beginning to a song, classic dc, best song on the album - 10/10
6. Whats next to the moon - set by the signature groove of drummer phil rudd this track contains great lyrics from bon scott, the song is truly a testamant, and will shut anybody up that says all dc tracks sound the same - 10/10
7. Gone shootin - another amazing track from dc, they played this on a recent tour of Germany and it went down great, another varied classic track - 10/10
8. Up to my neck in you - this track picks up the pace of the album, this is a frentic rocker which will have your fists pounding in the air, another great track - 9.5/10
9. Kicked in the teeth - probably the least satisfu=ying song on the album, the riff is very similar to let there be rock, still a good song though as dc give it there all - 8.5/10

Highway to Hell
Highway to Hell
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5 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Classic., 20 Nov. 2003
This review is from: Highway to Hell (Audio CD)
This was the very first ac/dc album that I bought, soley for the title track, but when i listened to the rest of the album i realised just how damn good it was.
1. Highway to hell - the best song ever, bar none, ac/dc's signature song. 10/10
2. Girls got rythem - a great song, fantastic fiff, great chorus - 10/10
3. Walk all over you - another very powerful song, great guitar work on this by the youngs, asnd great vocals to boot - 8.5/10
4. Touch too much - one of my all time favourite songs "she had the body of venus with arms" 10/10
5. Beating around the bush - my least favourite on the album but still a mind boggolingly powerful assault on you brain - 7.5/10
6. Shot down in flames - what a song, played at live concerts to this day - 10/10
7. Get it hot - a top notch dc tune, one which was pulled out of the hat this year during concert - 9/10
8. If you want blood you got it - a brilliant song, nuff said - 10/10
9. Love hungry man - a relaxed moment for dc during the album lol, this is still a great tune and links well with blood and prowler - 8/10
10. Night prowler - one of dc's best ever recordings, what a classic song, very dark for dc this one - 10.5/10

If You Want Blood, You've Got It
If You Want Blood, You've Got It
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars best live album ever., 20 Nov. 2003
What a fantastic follow up to powerage this album was. This cd proves without a shadow of a doubt that ac/dc are the best live band in the world, the sound is fantastic, and this cd contains classic versions of rock n roll damnation, problem child, hell aint a bad place to be, bad boy boogie, and let there be rock. Taken from the Glasgow Apollo show in 1978 the crowd are wired, just buy the album for yourself and see, if i could have given it more than five stars i would.

Live At Donington [DVD] [2003]
Live At Donington [DVD] [2003]
Dvd ~ AC/DC
Price: £11.99

7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars great show but sony have tricked us all., 20 Nov. 2003
Don't get me wrong here the show is fantastic, with the exception of uneeded fillers such as fire your guns and jailbreak. The thing is that the sound here is not from the original audio, and there are times during the concert when you can quite clearly see that brian aint singing yet he is singing if you catch my drift. Same on fire your guns, where the solo is pretty messed up, what your are buying is not from donnington, it is from other shows during that tour!

WWE SmackDown! Here Comes the Pain (PS2)
WWE SmackDown! Here Comes the Pain (PS2)
Offered by marxwax
Price: £47.97

1 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars fantastic, 10 Nov. 2003
I was amazed at reading negative views about this game. The storyline has improved tenfold, as have the graphics. There are no silly interactions like there used to be and when you meet somebody it actually hasa a bearing on what happens. I cannot put this game dowm. It is obvious that one of these reviewers is not a wrestling fan, and women are on the game, plenty of them. Why have them all on if there is no season mode, the fact is the majority of fans are men, and they will l;ove this game, by far the bast in the series, a big improvement from last time.

High Voltage
High Voltage
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1 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars What an album!, 14 Oct. 2003
This review is from: High Voltage (Audio CD)
This is ther album where it all began for AC/DC, high voltage is packed full of classic songs such as live wire, tnt, rock n roll singer and of course the title track. Malcolm also plays lead guitar on can i sit next to you girl, as well as bon playing the bagpipes on its a long way to the top, you rea;lly must buy this album, its as raw as it gets.

AC/DC - Stiff Upper Lip Live [DVD] [2001] [NTSC]
AC/DC - Stiff Upper Lip Live [DVD] [2001] [NTSC]
Dvd ~ Angus Young
Offered by silver-tentacle-UK
Price: £14.00

7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Best rock band on the planet return!, 8 Oct. 2003
When I bought this dvd I was worried that they might be beginning to show there age a little bit, but worry not, this is one helluva dvd, with gems including fantastic versions of stiff upper lip, thunderstruck, back in black and shot down in flames, this dvd contains every classic song song they have ever recorded, and will have songs in that everybody knows and likes, to this concert they brought the bell and the cannons, as loud as ever! The highlight of the show is the jack however, as every single person in attendance sings along, brian just gives up singing in the end, buy this dvd.

'74 Jailbreak
'74 Jailbreak
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17 of 22 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Bon at his best., 11 Sept. 2003
This review is from: '74 Jailbreak (Audio CD)
This album was released to celebrate ten years of ac/dc, and was sandwhiched in-between the hugely underrated flick of the switch and fly on the wall. These are five songs taken from the first two austrailian albums high voltage and dirty deeds done dirt cheap.
1. Jailbreak - this song is a classic and was played at rock in rio in 1985, one of bons best ever performances - 10/10
2. You aint got a hold on me - another great song, cannot find fault with it, ac/dc at there best - 9/10
3. Show business - what a rif, what a chorus - 10/10
4. Soul striper - one of my favourire dc tracks - 10/10
5. Baby please don't go - a rare dc cover, this was the first single they ever released, another classic - 10/10.
Although th
ere are only five songs on this album it is well worth buying, as it contains five truly great songs.

The Razor's Edge
The Razor's Edge
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Far better than blow up your video!, 11 Sept. 2003
This review is from: The Razor's Edge (Audio CD)
This album brought ac/dc stomping through the ninties with this claasic album, they had produced there previous album blow up your video which was a little dissapointing, but they didn't dissapoint with this new album, with the inclusion of a new drummer in the chrome domed chris slade, ac/dc were back to there best.
1. Thunderstruck - played at every concert for the past 14 years, this is a true classic, THUNDER! - 10/10
2. Fire your guns - i reckon this is one of the worst on the album, the riff is okay, but the vocals are quite annoying - 6/10
3. Moneytalks - another from the hit machine that is ac/dc, another classic - 10/10
4. The razors edge - I didn't like this one at first but i now think it is one of the best on the album, it has one of the best choruses they have ever done - 10/10
5. Mistress for christmas - it is amusing, but I never liked this one - 7/10
6. Rock your heart out - a good song to keep the album ticking - 7/10
7. Are you ready - the first chants of "ARE YOU READY" are amazing, one of the best on the album - 10/10
8. Shot of love - the young brothers do a great job on this riff driven cool song - 9/10
9. Lets make it - what I believe to be the best on the album, this is just pure hookfest, wow - 10/10
10. Goodbye and good riddance to bad luck - only a decent song - 7/10
11. If you dare - a good song to finish the album with - 8/10
All in all this album was a big improvement from blow up your video and it brought ac/dc into the ninties very well, if you are a fan, you will like this album, especially the remastered version which sounds twice as good as the original.

Live (Collector's Edition)
Live (Collector's Edition)
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Price: £11.25

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars awesome album, 11 Sept. 2003
This album was always going to be compared to if you want blood youve got it, and it that respect, it is a poorer album, but what this album has that if you want blood didn't have is about 25 songs, damn near the best collection of songs you could ever want on an album, this contains some of there early classics such as high voltage, tnt, dirty deeds, and let there be rock, as some of there classics from the modern era such as the razors edge, thunderstruck, heetseaker, back in black, the list goes on and on. The best song on the album is back in black, taken from the donnington show, the guitars are incredible and this song just about stands out from the rest, other highlights include who made who, dirty deeds done dirt cheap, hells bells, are you ready, whole loota rosie, and tnt, if you are an ac/dc fan you will love this album, it is a great follow up to the razors edge and fully deserves the credit that it got, this album proved one major thing, that although the new and supposedly comercial music was in town, ac/dc one again stuck to there guns and proved for once again, that there is nobody more elctricuting live than themselves, now sit back, relax, and be taken away by over two hours of increible tracks.

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