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Posted: 18 Aug 08, 11:06 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Fucking finally

http://www.acdc.com/news/news.php?uid=19


The cover is good IMO.


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Posted: 18 Aug 08, 11:09 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Track Listing:
1. Rock ?n Roll Train
2. Skies On Fire
3. Big Jack
4. Anything Goes
5. War Machine
6. Smash N Grab
7. Spoilin? For A Fight
8. Wheels
9. Decibel
10. Stormy May Day
11. She Likes Rock N Roll
12. Money Made
13. Rock N Roll Dream
14. Rocking All The Way
15. Black Ice

Release Date: October 20th, 208
First Single: Rock N Roll Train, will debut on August 28th.

The video for the single was shot last friday in London


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Posted: 18 Aug 08, 11:15 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Neinbull wrote:

Fucking finally

http://www.acdc.com/news/news.php?uid=19


The cover is good IMO.


Last album I bought by them was Blow Up Your Video in 1988. It wasn't up to much and was the last time I bought an album by them without hearing some samples first. By that point, they had been going downhill since their last really good album which was Flick of the Switch. I've heard The Razors Edge, Ballbreaker and Stiff Upper Lip but they weren't that great either. So I'll wait to hear some samples of the new stuff. Hope it's back to old form, but bands rarely recapture what made them originally interesting.


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Posted: 18 Aug 08, 11:24 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Holly2003 wrote:


bands rarely recapture what made them originally interesting.


Considering he's dead, that's not surprising.


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Posted: 18 Aug 08, 11:34 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Zebonka12 wrote:

Holly2003 wrote:


bands rarely recapture what made them originally interesting.


Considering he's dead, that's not surprising.


Boom boom.

Back in Black was the equal of anything they'd done previously. And Angus is at least as interesting as Bon. Having said that, what got me into them was when i saw the video for Let there Be Rock, in the pre-Brian Johnson days.


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Posted: 18 Aug 08, 11:47 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

That album cover so beats the new Q+PR! Can someone send this to Brian May with 'HINT' written on it in big, screaming letters, preferably in fluorescent green?


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Posted: 18 Aug 08, 11:55 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Holly2003 wrote:

I've heard The Razors Edge, Ballbreaker and Stiff Upper Lip but they weren't that great either.


Holly, you should give Razor another chance. Now, maybe it's because I saw the tour, but that album is really good. And soundwise, it's fantastic, thanks in part to Bruce Fairbairn.

But, yeah, I'm skeptical as well.

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Posted: 18 Aug 08, 14:35 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Holly2003 wrote:



Back in Black was the equal of anything they'd done previously. And Angus is at least as interesting as Bon. Having said that, what got me into them was when i saw the video for Let there Be Rock, in the pre-Brian Johnson days.


I'd like to say, Back in Black was pretty damned awesome - my comment wasn't aimed at Angus in the slightest.

I really do feel though that AC/DC was more fun to listen to when Bon Scott was fronting it. He was such a character!!!
Brian Johnson isn't what I'd describe as terrible, but he ain't my cup of tea. And I can't stand the way he sings stuff like "Thunderstruck". I heard that on the radio the other day and I felt awful.

PS. Let There Be Rock is what got me onto them as well. I suppose it's songs like "She's Got the Jack" that keep me somewhat fixed on the 70's AC/DC.


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Posted: 18 Aug 08, 14:42 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Brendan O'Brien has produced a slew of my favorite albums. I wonder what kind of work he has done with AC/DC...


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