AC/DC - Best Of Bon Scott album FLAC
Best AC/DC and one of the best Albums of all time in my opinion. Features the unique edgy Rock and Roll sound only heard from AC/DC all the way through. AC/DC doesn't do bad songs, this makes album makes no exception! High Voltage was not very critically successful during the time of it's release. It received much criticism for it's, well, loudness. Should be higher than but I guess they have so many kickass albums they can't all be Bon Scott at his best. Bon Scott was so much better than Brian Johnson. Don't get me wrong Brain's voice kicks ass, but he is nowhere near the energy and charisma of Bon Scott. Dirty Deeds's title track is one of their best songs. Also I just want to point out that 4 of the top 5 on this list are from the Bon Scott era. Who doesn't love this album? - UFasten8Me.
AC/DC is ranked number 68 in the overall artist rankings with a total rank score of 46,613. Many popular bands like Metallica, Van Halen and Iron Maiden have been influenced by AC/DC. The Bon Scott albums are some of the greatest rock albums of all time. The Brian Johnson albums are great too but Bon really added something special to those albums. I recommend digging a little deeper into their discography because they have so many great songs besides the hits that aren’t well known. Best album: Let There Be Rock Best song: Whole Lotta Rosie.
AC/DC Albums Ranked Worst to Best. Ultimate Classic Rock. Critics are fond of saying that every AC/DC record sounds the same, but the following list of AC/DC Albums Ranked Worst to Best shows otherwise. There's the absolute raunch of 1976's Bon Scott-led Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap, but also 1990's sleek Brian Johnson-sung The Razors Edge – courtesy of Bruce Fairbarn’s patented production style. Then there were albums like 1978's Powerage, which stands now as a lasting example of Scott's way with words.
Ronald Belford "Bon" Scott (9 July 1946 – 19 February 1980) was an Australian singer, songwriter and instrumentalist, best known for being the lead vocalist and lyricist of the Australian hard rock band AC/DC from 1974 until his death in 1980. Scott was born in Forfar, Scotland, and spent his early years in Kirriemuir. He moved to Australia with his family in 1952 at the age of six, living in Melbourne for four years before settling in Fremantle, Western Australia
Bon Scott entered AC/DC and they were on there way to stardom. Unfortunately, Bon Scott pretty much drank himself to death 5 years later he was good as wel. .A lot of people like Brian Johnson bette. ctually Bon Scott sang more naturally and effortlessly Mostly because he was around longer, so that’s who they remember. 362 views · View 2 Upvoters. To this day half an AC/DC show is Bon songs. That should tell you something. If You Want Blood is a killer live album and nothing they've done since comes close to capturing that experience for me. I think Brian's best work was early in his stint. There are songs that only he can do justice to also.
Bon Scott was already becoming an icon before his premature death in 1980. The band quickly recruited Brian Johnson and recorded Back in Black, reaching an even greater level of commercial success. Both Scott's tongue-in-cheek playfulness and Johnson's working class charm have served the music well for years. The songs are powerful, mischievous, and indelibly timeless. Since forming in 1974, AC/DC have released a wealth of studio albums, plus several live and soundtrack albums, totaling an estimated worldwide sales of over 200 million copies. After eight years of relative inactivity, Black Ice was arguably the best AC/DC album since Back in Black. Producer Brendan O'Brien insisted that the Young brothers incorporate dynamics to give the music breathing room, allowing singer Brian Johnson space to properly shift gears and maneuver his voice up to its distinctive high register shriek.
|A1||It's A Long Way To The Top (If You Wanna Rock 'N' Roll)|
|A3||Baby Please Don't Go|
|B1||Let There Be Rock|
|B3||She's Got Balls|
|C1||Bad Boy Boogie|
|C3||Highway To Hell|
|C4||If You Want Blood (You've Got It)|
|D2||Shot Down In Flames|
|D4||Back In Black|
|D5||Rock And Roll Ain't Noise Pollution|
NotesA compilation of previously released bootlegs, using the same pressing tools.
A-side taken from the A-side of the "Live - 76" LP.
B-side taken from the A-side of the "Live - 77" LP.
C-side taken from the A-side of the "Live - 79" LP.
D-side taken from the A-side of the LIVE 1981 (Assembled In Tasmania Limeted Edition) LP with Brian Johnson on vocals.
Tracks A1 to A3: Marquee, London, England, 26.7.1976
Track A4: BBC, London, England, 3.6.1976
Tracks B1 and B2: Olders Green Hippodrome, London, England, 27.10.1977
Track B3: Stadthalle, Offenbach, Germany, 29.4.1977
Track B4: Mayfair, Newcastle, United Kingdom, 14.10.1977
Tracks C1 to C4: State College, Towson, USA, 16.10.1979
Tracks D1 to D5: War Memorial, Rochester, USA, 17.12.1981