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|Audio CD, CD, Import, 29 April 2003||
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- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 12.7 x 14.12 x 4.24 cm; 108.86 Grams
- Manufacturer : LEGACY
- Item Model Number : 2110096
- Original Release Date : 2003
- Label : LEGACY
- ASIN : B00008WT5M
- Number of discs : 1
- Best Sellers Rank: 5,909 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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At the dawn of the 1990's, AC/DC were re-grouping and getting ready for a new generation. Produced by hard rock guru Bruce Fairbairn with all songs written by brothers Angus and Malcolm Young. Features the classics Thunderstruck; Moneytalks; Are You Ready , and more!
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It starts excellently with 'Thunderstruck'. A little bit of the old, a little of the new. It has become a classic of their later era and it will probably be instantly recognisable. 'Fire Your Guns' follows and is something of a filler but rises above that category with some nifty drumming and a catchy tune akin to AC/DC of old. 'Money Talks' is AC/DC new. It is similar in tone to 'Who Made Who', is unashamedly made as a single and is absolutely brilliant. The title track surprised me. It is understated, brooding and a little dark. And it works very well. Something they should do more of. 'Mistress for Christmas' is back to the band from the 80s but it is such a silly track and is so simple that all is forgiven. It rocks, just not too hard. As does 'Rock Your Heart Out'. From here on it is pretty much the same template of party track after party track until the final 2. And they are very well crafted songs that hark back to the Highway to Hell and Back in Black era which ends the album well.
So it begins very well and ends very well but there is a bit of fat inbetween, making this really half good and half average. As always the best place to start with AC/DC is the beginning or near to it; well any of their first 7 international albums really. This was good, but better was just around the corner...
We listen to this album pretty much all the time we are in the car! growing up with AC/DC this album somehow passed me by but my sons love for old metal has brought this to my attention!