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«Rock 'N' Roll Train» is a song by the Australian rock band AC / DC. This is the first track on the Black Ice album to hit the radio. The band released a 7-inch vinyl single with the song "War Machine" on the B side. The song was originally called "Runaway Train". It was first heard by fans of the group on August 15, 2008 in London during the filming of the video. The song opened all of the band's concerts during the Black Ice World Tour.

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«Hell Ain't a Bad Place to Be» - the second song of the concert film "Live at River Plate". The song itself was written by Bon Scott, Anguste Young and Malcolm Young in 1977. The song says that Hell is not a bad place to be late at night and turns off the lights.

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«Back in Black» - famous song by Australian group AC / DC. It was released on the self-titled album in 1980. The composition climbed to 37th place on the Hot 100 and to 51st in Top Tracks (1981). The single peaked in the United States and was awarded multi-platinum status by the RIAA for a circulation of over 2,000,000 copies in July 2007. According to the VH1 channel, "Back in Black" is ranked fourth in the list of forty best songs in metal style, and second in hard rock style. Rolling Stone ranks 190 and 29 respectively on the lists of "500 Greatest Songs of All Time" and "The 100 Greatest Guitar Songs of All Time" by Rolling Stone.

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«Big Jack» - the third track from the musical album "Black Ice" by the Australian rock band AC / DC. The song was written by Malcolm Young and Angus Young in 2008. This song is about Big Jack.

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«Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap» - a song by the Australian hard rock band "AC / DC", the title track of the 1976 album of the same name. According to the VH1 TV channel rating, the song took the 24th position in the list of "40 best metal songs" and 31st position in the list of the best songs in the style of hard rock. The hero of the song invites people who are experiencing certain kinds of problems, either call 36-22-36 (a real number in Australia), or go to his house, where (with the help of some dubious actions) they will be resolved. Clients mean dissolute high school principals, as well as unfaithful or frustrated second halves. The list of "dirty deals at a low cost" suggested in the text: "cement" shoes, cyanide poisoning, explosives, Colombian tie, contract murder, electric execution. Moreover, two of them are references to the names of previous AC / DC albums - T.N.T. and High Voltage. The expression "Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap" is taken from Angus's beloved children's cartoon "Beanie and Cecil" - one of the characters had a business card that read "Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap. Holidays, Sundays, and Special Rates. " In 1981, the married couple Norman and Marilyn White filed a lawsuit against Atlantic Records with the justification that it was their phone number that was voiced in the song.

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«Shot Down in Flames» is the sixth song on the album "Highway To Hell" by the Australian rock band AC / DC, which was written by Bon Scott in 1979. This song is about a guy who goes to the city for the 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 your 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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«Thunderstruck» - is a song by the Australian hard rock band AC / DC. The first track from the 1990 album The Razor's Edge. In the same year, the song was released as a single in Germany, Japan and Australia. The song was written by Angus Young and Malcolm Young. The composition was a success among the fans of the group, and since its release it has been regularly performed at concerts, and in 1992 it was included in the AC / DC Live album. According to one version, the song was written by Angus Young when lightning struck the plane he was on board. Another theory is that the group created the song inspired by the M1A1 Abrams tank they saw during a military exercise.

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«Black Ice» - the penultimate track of the musical album "Black Ice" by the Australian rock band AC / DC. The song was written by Malcolm Young and Angus Young in 2008, and the album is named after this song. This song is about cold ice.

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«The Jack» is the third song on the album "High Voltage" by the Australian rock band AC / DC. This song about venereal disease - "Jack" is an Australian slang for gonorrhea, also known as "Clap". AC / DC frontman Bon Scott explained the song's origins in a 1976 interview with Sounds. Scott said: “We lived with this handful of ladies who were very friendly and everyone in the group had this jack. So we wrote this song, and the first time we did it on stage, they were all in the front row with no idea what was going to happen. When it came time to repeat, "She has a jack," I pointed at them one by one. " Guitarist Angus Young added, "After that, wherever we did the song, the girls in the audience would run to the far end of the hall."

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«Hells Bells» is a song by the Australian hard rock band AC / DC. The first track of the album Back in Black, released in 1980. The song begins with the sound of the bells being repeated 13 times in total. After the fourth beat (at the 20th second), lead guitarist Angus Young and his brother, Malcolm Young, enter on rhythm guitar. Drummer Phil Rudd and bassist Cliff Williams later join. The words, sung by Brian Johnson, narrate that the narrator will attack and take his victim to hell, which will be accompanied by such natural phenomena as rain, thunderstorm, hurricane. This song, like some others from the Back in Black album, is dedicated to the band's vocalist Bon Scott, who died in 1980.

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«Shoot to Thrill» is a song by the Australian hard rock band AC / DC. This is the second track of the 1980 album Back in Black. This song is also the second track from AC / DC Live and AC / DC Live: 2 CD Collector's Edition and is included on the Iron Man 2 soundtrack. Although the studio version was never released as a single, this song is a fan favorite and a staple on classic rock radio stations.

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«War Machine» - the fifth track from the music album "Black Ice" by the Australian rock band AC / DC. The song was written by Malcolm Young and Angus Young in 2008. This song is about a war machine.

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«Dog Eat Dog» is a song by the Australian hard rock band AC / DC. This is the second track on their album Let There Be Rock, released in 1977 and written by Angus Young, Malcolm Young and Bon Scott. It was released as a single in Australia and included the non-album track "Carry Me Home" on the B-side, which was later released on Backtracks. AC / DC played "Dog Eat Dog" on their World Ice World Tour until early 2010 when they dropped him from the set list and added "High Voltage".

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«You Shook Me All Night Long» is a song by Australian hard rock band AC / DC, originally released as part of the album Back in Black. In August 1980 it was released as a single. In 1986 the song was included on the Who Made Who album, which is the soundtrack for Stephen King's film "Maximum Acceleration", and was later reissued as a single. The song was written by Angus Young, Malcolm Young and Brian Johnson. The lyrics of the song tell how the performer spent the night with a beautiful woman. The composition became a success among the fans of the group, and since its release it has been regularly performed at concerts, becoming one of the "calling cards" of the group, along with "Back in Black" and "Highway to Hell". In addition to the studio version, 3 live versions of the song were officially released: one was released on the B side of the reissued single in 1986, the second was included in the AC / DC Live album, and the third was released as part of the Backtracks box set. There are two versions of the song's video clip. The first is similar to clips of other songs from the Back in Black album and is available on the Backtracks box set. The second version was filmed six years after the original release of the song (directed by David Mallet). According to the plot, Angus and Malcolm Young follow Brian Johnson through Huddersfield as he heads towards the girl. The song was ranked 54th on DigitalDreamDoor magazine's 100 Greatest Rock Songs. Angus Young's guitar solo was ranked 80th in Guitar World's Best Guitar Solos polls, and the main riff was ranked 78th on DigitalDreamDoor magazine's 100 Greatest Guitar Riffs.

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«T.N.T.» is a song by the Australian hard rock band AC / DC, recorded in 1975. Was included in the Australian release of the self-titled album (1975) and the international release of the album High Voltage (1976). Has been performed several times at the group's concerts; featured on AC / DC's live albums Live and Live: 2 CD Collector's Edition, featuring Brian Johnson as vocals. The songwriters are Bon Scott, Angus Young and Malcolm Young. The phrase from the song "Lock up your daughters" was used to name AC / DC's UK debut tour following the band's move from Melbourne to London.

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«Whole Lotta Rosie» is a song by the Australian hard rock band AC / DC. This is the last track on the band's fourth Australian album, Let There Be Rock, released in Australia in March 1977 and written by Angus Young, Malcolm Young and Bon Scott. It is also the eighth and final track in the international version of the album, released in June of the same year. It was also released as a single in 1978, with a live version of the Let There Be Rock track "Dog Eat Dog" as the B-side, which was recorded live in Glasgow on April 30, 1978.

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«Let There Be Rock» is a song by the Australian hard rock band AC / DC. It is the third and title track of their March 1977 album Let There Be Rock, written by Angus Young, Malcolm Young and Bon Scott. It was also released as a single, with the B-side of "Problem Child", in 1977.

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«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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«For Those About to Rock (We Salute You)» is a song by the Australian hard rock band AC / DC. This song was first released on AC DC's eighth studio album, For Those About to Rock. We greet you in 1981 and later as a single in 1982. The B-side of the single contains an edited live version of "Let There Be Rock" recorded in Landover, Maryland in late 1981. The video "For Those About to Rock (We Salute You)" was filmed at the same concert. This song was later included on the first AC / DC soundtrack, Who Made Who, released in 1986 for the Stephen King film Maximum Overdrive. The title and the central lyrics of the song are based on the ancient greeting that Roman prisoners executed in the Colosseum: “Ave, Caesar, morituri, salutant” (“Hail Caesar, those who are about to die greet you”). However, Angus Young later said that the inspiration for the guns came from a completely different source. The band recorded the first recordings of the song on the same day as Princess Diana of the British television wedding. Angus recalled that "someone had a wedding in the next room ... we played that part of the song when the cannons rattled, and we paused for a second and said," Hmm ... that really sounds pretty good. " This coincidence also led to the appearance of the cannon and the single on the cover of the album, as well as the life-size Napoleonic cannons, which became a common stage prop at AC / DC concerts. The cannons fired in the song mix with exploding fireworks. However, actual takes were recorded later the following month, as the mobile truck used to record the album (Mobile One) was used to record Peter Gabriel's 4th self-titled album during Charles and Diana's marriage. AC / DC often used this song to close live concerts such as Live at Donington and No Bull, as well as on their AC / DC Live CDs. It is also the song that concludes the most recent tour, Rock or Bust.

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