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Highway To Hell

«Highway to Hell» is a song released as the lead single by Australian rock band AC / DC from the 1979 album of the same name. The composition is also featured on the AC / DC Live album (1992). By 1979, AC / DC had already released several studio albums and undertook frequent and grueling tours in support of them. The reason for the name of the song (and the whole album after it) was an interview in which a journalist asked the group about their touring life. Guitarist Angus Young described it as “highway to hell”. On the cover of the album A. Young is depicted with the horns and tail of the devil, which, together with the title, gave rise to rumors about the group's satanic inclinations. The group denied these rumors. The song was co-written by brothers Angus and Malcolm Young and vocalist Bon Scott. Malcolm Young came up with a basic guitar riff that has become one of the most recognizable in rock music.

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File size:11.9 MB
Song length:5:12 min
Added:13.03.2020
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Highway To Hell

«Girls Got Rhythm» is a song from the popular rock band AC / DC. It is found on their 1979 album Highway to Hell. The song was released as a single that same year.

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File size:7.82 MB
Song length:3:23 min
Added:13.03.2020
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Highway To Hell

«Walk All Over You» - is a song that appears on the excellent, tough AC / DC album "Highway to Hell", for the first time without Young's older brother Malcolm and Angus's older brother George Young at the studio. The song features a dynamic arrangement as well as crisp, lean and lean production from hard rock hit maker Robert John "Mutt" Lange. The band brilliantly builds up the tension with an extended intro, the band features four held chords, the drums break up quiet spaces with sparse, simple snare and tom fills, enduring with the soft ticking of a tall hat cymbal. Angus Young's guitar soon freezes, quickly joined by brother and rhythm guitarist Malcolm Young, creating a wall of distortion as the bass and drums jump into a fast groove. The tempo starts to sound again, swaying, shrill with a screeching solo from Angus Young leading into the last verse, the whole track going up a notch; as the guitars push harder, Scott's vocals reach a frantic peak, threatening to rip off the lid. "Walk All Over You", among other songs on the Highway to Hell album, testifies to the band strengthening their studio sound, harnessing their volcanic power in new ways and setting the stage for their subsequent blockbuster Back in Back.

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File size:11.8 MB
Song length:5:09 min
Added:13.03.2020
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Highway To Hell

«Touch Too Much» - is a song by the Australian hard rock band AC / DC. The fourth track on Highway to Hell, released in 1979, the last album to feature Bon Scott. The composition was released as a single in 1980. The song was written by Angus Young, Malcolm Young and Bon Scott. The composition gained success among the fans and became one of the band's most famous songs; however, it was not performed live until 2016, when AC / DC (with Axl Rose on vocals) played it on May 22 at a concert in Prague as part of the Rock or Bust tour. The cover of the single features a photo of the band on stage, unrolled from left to right. The video for the song was recorded during the band's rehearsals for the If You Want Blood Tour (1978-1979), and was later included in the Family Jewels video compilation. A song with the same title but different music and lyrics was released on the Volts album, as part of the Bonfire box set, in 1997.

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File size:10.1 MB
Song length:4:26 min
Added:02.05.2020
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Highway To Hell

«Beating Around The Bush» is the fifth song on the music album "Highway To Hell" by the Australian rock band AC / DC, which was written by Bon Scott and Malcolm Young in 1979. In the song, the lyric hero asks awkward questions to his beloved and gives her another chance to fix what she ruined.

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File size:9,06 MB
Song length:3:57 min
Added:03.05.2020
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Highway To Hell

«Shot Down in Flames» is the sixth song on the album "Highway To Hell" by the Australian rock band AC / DC, which was written in 1979 by Bon Scott. This song is about a guy who goes to town at night hoping to meet a girl. Even though he tries to date a woman countless times during the night, he fails, so he gets "Shot in Fire". The lyrics are courtesy of vocalist Bon Scott, who, unlike the typical swaggering rock frontman, would often sing self-deprecating lines about his romantic weaknesses, which can be anything from low-standard adventure to social illness.

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File size:7,75 MB
Song length:3:22 min
Added:20.06.2020
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Highway To Hell

«Get It Hot» is the seventh song on the album "Highway To Hell" by the Australian rock band AC / DC, which was written by Bon Scott and Malcolm Young in 1979. In this composition, the guy proposes to light the girl on the stage.

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File size:5,95 MB
Song length:2:34 min
Added:21.06.2020
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Highway To Hell

«If You Want Blood (You've Got It)» is the eighth song on the album "Highway To Hell" by the Australian rock band AC / DC, which was written by Bon Scott in 1979. This composition is about blood.

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File size:10,4 MB
Song length:4:32 min
Added:29.06.2020
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Highway To Hell

«Love Hungry Man» is the ninth song on the album "Highway To Hell" by the Australian rock band AC / DC, which was written by Bon Scott in 1979. In this song, lead singer Bon Scott explains his motives for love. Drinking and sex are common themes in AC / DC songs.

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File size:9,72 MB
Song length:4:14 min
Added:29.06.2020
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Highway To Hell

«Night Prowler» is the final track on AC / DC of this album. The track features two consecutive breaths at the beginning of the song, designed to create a tone of fear and disgust. It is known among other AC / DC songs for its slow blues rhythm, sinister lyrics, and its controversy stemming from its connection to the 1985 serial murders of Richard Ramirez. At the end of the song, lead singer Bon Scott mutters, “Shazbot! Nanu nanu! ”, Two phrases used by Robin Williams in his character Mork in the hit sitcom Mork and Mindy.

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File size:14,3 MB
Song length:6:14 min
Added:29.06.2020
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