1974 - Can I Sit Next To You Girl. 1976 - Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap. 1977 - Let There Be Rock.
This is a list of tribute albums (and individual covers) of the Australian hard rock band, AC/DC. Due to AC/DC's worldwide popularity, many musicians have made tribute albums to the band. These albums have been made by a variety of different artists from across several different genres, such as bluegrass music and death metal. AC/DC's influence has also meant that their individual songs have also been frequently covered by other artists.
submitted AC/DC - Flashback Amsterdam. over 5 years ago. submitted AC/DC - Myer Music Bowl.
I have AC/DC 1990 album taken from forth coming album "Razors Edge" that has Thunderstruck on one side and Fire Your Guns on other with photos made into vinyl have not been able to find one like it anywhere. Great album! The Razors Edge is a pretty good album. It didn't go to the extreme commercially and critically, but it has some good songs. AC/DC has never released a greatest hits album, so this is the closest to one they will get. This album is the soundtrack to the 2010 film, "Iron Man 2. " While many hits are on this album, not all of their absolute best are on this album, including "You Shook Me All Night Long.
Live at Donington (AC/DC album). Live at Donington is the DVD recording of the Australian rock band by AC/DC show at Donington Park on 17 August 1991, and it was the band's third Monsters of Rock festival. The two-hour show was performed before 72,500 spectators and included real cannons, the Hells Bell, an inflatable Rosie and an inflatable Angus. It was filmed in 35 mm Panavision and had 26 cameras that included one situated inside a helicopter
AC/DC Albums Ranked Worst to Best. Ultimate Classic Rock. Critics are fond of saying that every AC/DC record sounds the same, but the following list of AC/DC Albums Ranked Worst to Best shows otherwise. There's the absolute raunch of 1976's Bon Scott-led Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap, but also 1990's sleek Brian Johnson-sung The Razors Edge – courtesy of Bruce Fairbarn’s patented production style.
AC/DC performed their first ever shows in Sydney exactly 40 years ago today with a set of mainly Stones, Beatles, Chuck Berry and Little Richard covers. The band then was Dave Evans on vocals, Malcolm Young on guitar, Angus Young on guitar, Larry Van Kriedt on bass and Colin Burgess on drums. On December 31, 1973, AC/DC played two sets at the now defunct Chequers Nightclub in Goulburn St, Sydney.
Performer: AC/DC Album: Highway To Hell Label: Epic. Performer: Various Artists Album: Thunderbolt - A Tribute to AC DC Label: DeRock Records.
|A1||Shot Down In Flames||3:35|
|A2||Hell Ain`t A Bad Place To Be||4:10|
|A4||Walk All Over You||4:55|
|B1||Bad Boy Boogie||12:10|
|B2||Highway To Hell||3:25|
|B4||Whole Lotta Rosie||4:52|
|MT 011||AC/DC||No Stop Signs (CD, Unofficial)||Money Talks||MT 011||Turkey||2007|
|none||AC/DC||Complete Amsterdam 1979 (CD, RM, Unofficial)||Not On Label (AC/DC)||none||Australia||2000|
|TSP 300-34||AC/DC||Amsterdam Ain't A Bad Place To Be (LP, Ltd, Num, Unofficial, Red)||The Swingin' Pig||TSP 300-34||Europe||2008|
|TOP 35||AC/DC||Highway To The Lowlands (CD, Unofficial)||Top Gear||TOP 35||Spain||2016|
|TSP 300-34||AC/DC||Amsterdam Ain't A Bad Place To Be (LP, Ltd, Num, Unofficial, Mul)||The Swingin' Pig||TSP 300-34||Europe||2008|