Well, not exactly. Consistency makes any song from the band's catalog sound instantly familiar, but the subtle nuances of their unshakable framework make each track unique. Bon Scott was already becoming an icon before his premature death in 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. The opening riff is said to have come from Angus Young trying out a few notes after changing a broken guitar string.
"Rock 'n' Roll Train"
Since their earliest days in Sydney to their current incarnation as one of the world's biggest selling artists, their course has been unwavering. For the best part of five decades they've ploughed a singularly individual furrow, ignoring whatever the mainstream had to offer, letting fads and fashions pass by untroubled. Instead, they've concentrated on riff and rhythm, allying one of rock's most rock-solid musicians to one of its most live-wire performers. At the back, the late Malcolm Young built a backbone that could make a metronome sound erratic. And everywhere else you'd find his younger brother Angus Young , as capable of incendiary soloing as he is at churning out epoch-defining riffs.
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40. Soul Stripper (1975)
Also, what do they want? A ballad? A country album? Here are the results. The song goes all the way back to and traces the history of the genre in biblical speak. For most bands, a song as amazing as "Shoot to Thrill" would be a career highlight. Radio embraced it anyway, and the song has become one of their classics. It later found a new audience in , when it was included on the soundtrack to Iron Man 2.
Record players at the ready, our countdown to No1 is about to start rolling A lot of the world's greatest rock bands are defined by a decade. The Doors were the countercultural symbol of the late Sixties, The Clash were purveyors of punk in the Seventies and The Smiths , as the eulogists of independence in the disco-dominated Eighties. But some bands, though glorified by the pinnacle years from when they first "made it", have continued to compose against the grain of time. They first formed in , when two Scottish-born brothers — Malcolm and Angus Young — translated their cultural shift from Scotland to Australia into hardcore rock music. The siblings had a natural flair for playing guitar electric kind. On a normal day in their family home, they spotted some initials on their sister's sewing machine. Granted, they'd been absorbed by a fair few musicians in the Sixties too. Well, their view of the genre. They devoted themselves to rock'n'roll as though it were their religion and unlike other composers of the same style their songs screamed with controversial biblical references, backed by screeching guitar riffs and mega heavy drums.