AC/DC (Official Thread)

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Was gonna post this earlier and not at the last minute, but happy birthday to Angus! 62 today!

wow 62yrs young (sorry about the pun) there`s a g-g-g- great interview in the latest issue of classic rock magazine...:bow::bow::bow:
 

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Dogs of War is my favourite.
 

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Original version of Who Made Who. I like this extended version better than the edited one.
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I much prefer the Brian Johnson years over the Bon Scott ones..

Back In Black, Razors Edge and Black Ice are my favourite albums of theirs.
Yeah same here I also like the Brian Johnson era albums of the 1980s-90s-00s BUT that's not taking it away from Bon and the 1970s AC/DC band and albums cos every AC/DC album that was released with either Bon & Brian on lead vocals is a 'classic' heavy rock album.

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I much prefer the Brian Johnson years over the Bon Scott ones..

Back In Black, Razors Edge and Black Ice are my favourite albums of theirs.

Same Brian Johnson favourites as me.
However, my all-time favourite AC/DC track is Sin City.

I wonder who your favourite would be if you could have two parallel AC/DCs running, one with Bon and one with Brian, both continuing to produce new albums. For me, I'm not sure that having a favourite between the two would be so easy. I remember the initial disappointment when Back in Black first came out, and Brian didn't sound like Bon! Soon got over that and came to love the album though. Not many big-name bands I've seen live, but saw DC on the B in B tour - my ears were never the same again!
 

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For Those About To Rock We Salute You is a magnificent rock track almost stately in it's chord structure and can send a shiver down my spine sometimes and usually makes me feel proud to be a humble rock fan and part of the worldwide rock masses everywhere!!.

Lately I've been getting into Black Ice and Rock Or Bust and I enjoy them both.

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