THE BEST ALBUM I HAVE EVER HEARD
Every time I turn on this album I can’t help but rock out, THE BEST ALBUM I HAVE EVER HEARD
Balls to the wall
So sorry Bon, but AC/DC best album and rated one of the best hard rock albums of all time. Best songs, best vocals, best guitar riffs, just awesome from start to finish.
By App inspecting rock
I’m pretty sure I heard the f word in Back In Black. But even with this in mind, I don’t have the heart to deprive this great album of a star over this.
ROCK n’ ROLL 101
By a.k.a. MAELSTROM
If you do not have this entire album, you are WRONG!
Epitome of Hard Rock
Without question, one of the best hard rock albums of all time.
Back on Black - WOW
Debut album with Brian Johnson as the lead singer. Coming off the untimely death of Bon Scott and the success of Highway to Hell.
This album has strong songs and is considered a no-skip album.
The opening song Hell’s bells is a brilliantly composed song and gets the the album rocking.
Shoot to Thrill, Back in Black, & you shook me all night long were all staples on the radio back in the 1980’s and are still played on classic rock stations.
My favorite songs are What do you do for Money, Giving the Dog a Bone & Shake a Leg. All songs on the album are solid rock n’ roll tunes that should be played loud in the album format.
Rock n roll Ain’t Noise pollution, Let Me put my love into You, and Have a drink on me finish out this rock n’ roll treat. Through and through this is a 5 star album with no weakness.
As. Side note , comments about Angus playing/knowing 3 notes should really see the live performance or look for this album being played live on other albums , because, it becomes very evident that Angus is up there with the greatest guitarists of all time. Check out his solo performances sometime.
Highly recommended album purchase .
Best AC/DC Album EVER!!
This is AC/DC’s magnum opus!
Never Gets Old
By The Creature of Habit
This album without a doubt the greatest!!
By Longtime SONOS user
Where'd the time go?
Calling this a masterpiece is somehow an understatement. It's not just a perfect rock-and-roll record, but the perfect example of rock's roots in the blues.