High Voltage is the first album of the band AC / DC released only in Australia.
T.N.T. Is the second studio album by Australian rock band AC / DC. It took only three weeks to be recorded, and released only on Australia.
In 1976 High Voltage was released to the whole world.
This album was first released in Australia in 1976, and released only in 1981 in the USA. The album marked (along with T.N.T.) the conquest of thousands of fans.
Let There Be Rock was scored not only for its quality, but also for being the last appearance of Mark Evans on bass.
The album was produced by legendary duo Harry Vanda and George Young.
It was the last album of vocalist Bon Scott along with the band before its death in 1980. This album is in the list of the 200 definitive albums in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
When Scott was replaced by Brian Johnson, the album was totally redone, with hits such as "Hells Bells," "You Shook Me All Night Long," and the track titled "Back in Black".
For Those About To Rock is the eighth studio album of the Australian rock band AC / DC, containing 10 tracks. The name of this track also ended up being the definitive motto of the band.
Released after the departure of drummer Phil Rudd, it is considered weaker musically than the previous two.
It is the band's first record that does not include drummer Phil Rudd, who was replaced by Simon Wright.
Blow Up Your Video é o décimo primeiro álbum de estúdio da banda AC / DC, foi bem sucedido, mas não tanto quanto os álbuns anteriores: Back In Black 1980 e For Those About to Rock (1981).
The album was the first and only studio album with drummer Chris Slade.
Although not well received by critics, Ballbreaker caught the attention of fans due to the return of drummer Phil Rudd.
The album was produced by George Young, older brother Angus Young and Malcolm Young.
This album marks the end of an interval of 8 years without new works in the band.
It is the group's first album without guitarist and founding member Malcolm Young, who left the band for health reasons. In this version, he was replaced by Stevie Young, his nephew.