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AC/DC - On The Highway To L.A. FLAC

AC/DC - On The Highway To L.A. FLAC
On The Highway To L.A.
Hard Rock
Raven Records
RR 009
FLAC size:
1927 mb
MP3 size:
1115 mb
WMA size:
1565 mb


1Hells Bells06:54
2Let's Get it Up04:41
3Whole Lotta Rosie04:40
4Public Noise00:06
5Rock and Roll ain't Noise Pollution04:46
6Shot Down in Flames03:39
7Higway to Hell04:10
8 Bad Boy Boggie15:13
9Back in Black04:29
10Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap04:17
11Sin City05:24
12Shoot to Thrill05:53
13The Jack05:55


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
UD 6589 / 6590AC/DC Live! At L.A. Forum In February 1982 ‎(2xLP, Unofficial)UdUD 6589 / 6590Japan1982


Recording: 07.06.1982 Japan, Osaka, Expo Hall
This CD is partly reproduced from the "Live At LA Forum" double LP,
but incomplete on this release


Текст песни: Living easy, living free Season ticket on a one-way ride Asking nothing, leave me be Taking everything in my the album: Highway to Hell is the sixth studio album by Australian rock band ACDC, released on July 27, 1979. It was the band's fifth internationally-released studio album and the sixth to be released in : On the Highway to L. альбом, рецезия, трек-лист, mp3, тексты песен. Highway to Hell is a song by Australian rock band ACDC. It is the opening track of their 1979 album Highway to Hell. It was initially released as a single in 1979. ACDC had made several studio albums before and were constantly promoting them via a grueling tour schedule, referred to by Angus Young as being on a highway to hell, hence the name. ACDC fans celebrated the 40th anniversary of the release of Highway To Hell last week. Highway To Hell was a landmark album for the band for a number of reasons, it was Bon Scotts last album with the band, and it was the first album produced by Mutt Lange. The album became somewhat of a foundation for the hard rock sound that would later be a spring board for so many great bands. So lets take a look at the gear used to create the tones on the record. Angus Young. Later the Burns Bridge was put back on the guitar, lengthening the string length behind the bridge saddles. But its a good guess that the Schaller Bridge was used during the recording of Highway To Hell. ACDC - Highway To Hell 1979. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. Highway To Hell was the title track of ACDCs first million-selling album. In the UK it was the bands first Top 10 hit outside of their native Australia. Most significantly, as Angus Young said: That was the album that broke us in America. All of this did not come easily. In the making of the Highway To Hell album, the band were under intense pressure from Atlantic Records in America to come up with a hit record. On February 19, 1980, less than a month after the Highway To Hell tour ended, the singer was found dead in London following a night of heavy drinking. The exact circumstances of Bon Scott's death would be the subject of conjecture for almost 40 years. Highway To Hell, ACDC's fifth international album and their last to feature their late vocalist Bon Scott, is arguably the best of the Bon Scott era and certainly the most commercially successful. It is also my personal favourite of all of the albums they made with Bon and the first of three consecutive works they recorded with legendary producer, Robert John Mutt Lange. I think it's fair to say that, sonically, they had never sounded better on record before this point, as Lange gave them a punch that they hadn't quite managed to capture in the studio. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей AC had made several studio albums before and was constantly supporting them by going on a grueling tour schedule. The song and album's title supposedly came after a reporter asked bandmembers if they could describe wh read more. Highway to Hell is a song by the hard rock band ACDC. It is the opening track of the group's 1979 album Highway to Hell and the twe read more. It is the opening track of the group's 1979 album Highway to Hell and the twelfth track on ACDC Live. The song wa read more