AC/DC - High Voltage - 1976 Glam Rock Influenced - 180 Grm LP
AC/DC - High Voltage
Label: Columbia E 80201
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, 180 gram
Comes presented in sealed & stickered picture-sleeve plus printed innersleeve with liner notes and photos.
Originally Released as ATCO 36-142 on September 28, 1976.
Remastered from the original master tapes.
Released: 14 Oct 2003
Originally Released: 1976
Style: Hard Rock, Arena Rock
Produced For Albert Productions
Produced At Albert Studios
Remastered At Sterling Sound
Published By J. Albert & Son (USA) Inc.
Phonographic Copyright (p) J. Albert & Son Pty. Ltd.
Copyright (c) J. Albert & Son Pty. Ltd.
Manufactured By Columbia
Bass Mark Evans
Design [Inner Sleeve] Smay Vision
Drums Phil Rudd
Engineer [Assistance] Barry Wolifson, Chris Muth
Guitar Malcolm Young
Lead Guitar Angus Young
Lead Vocals Bon Scott
Mastered By [Supervision] Al Quaglieri, Mike Fraser
Photography By [Cover Photo] Michael Putland
Photography By [Inner Sleeve] Albert Productions, Colin Stead, Dick Barnett, Erica Echenberg, Michael Putland, Philip Morris (3), Redferns, Retna
Producer Vanda & Young
Remastered By George Marino
It's A Long Way To The Top
Rock 'N' Roll Singer
Can I Sit Next To You Girl
She's Got Balls
Anyway, "High Voltage" is really a compilation of the group's first two Australian albums and it's one of the essential AC/DC recordings of the Bon Scott era. The essence of "High Voltage" and AC/DC is pretty much summed up in the infectious "Rock and Roll Singer," which is nothing more than a carefree tribute to having a good time and dodging responsibility. Other highlights are "TNT" the bluesy drive of "The Jack," and the excellent "Live Wire." The production has a somewhat raw and bluesy feel; it sounds like the band recorded the album right in your own living room. "High Voltage"
AC/DC was still developing its sound when High Voltage was recorded in November 1974, and Scott and the Young brothers were backed by a different rhythm section than the Mark Evans/Phil Rudd combination featured on their next three full-length studio recordings. The resulting album offered more of a glam rock-influenced sound than the hard-edged, rhythm & blues-based rock 'n' roll for which AC/DC would become famous.
1975 - AC/DC - High Voltage - Live
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AC/DC - T.N.T 1976 TV
Lineup: Bon Scott Angus Young Malcolm Young Mark Evans Phil Rudd
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