AEJim wrote:Can't go wrong with the Back in Black album! Always try out the bigger speakers with that.
Can't go wrong with the Back in Black album! Always try out the bigger speakers with that.
And the "If You Want Blood You've Got It" live album.
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AC/DC Bu-ray live at Donington is brilliant!
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this was the first album I listened to on my adm40s. The start of Hells Bells was my reason.
A favourite recent track is WAR MACHINE.
i do agree though, that Live is the best way to listen to them, I have the same feeling about Iron Maiden (pretty much most rock, really)
I agree with all the previous posters, back in black is a fantastic album from start to end, and out of the vinyls I have is one of the best sounding.
The Iron man 2 soundtrack (though very few of the songs on it featured in the film!) lives in my car CD plater, I think its a really good collection of their hits, 'specially shoot to thrill and thunderstruck