High Voltage (Remastered) AC/DC
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- 1It's a Long Way to the Top (If You Wanna Rock 'N' Roll)05:09
- 2Rock 'N' Roll Singer05:04
- 3The Jack05:52
- 4Live Wire05:50
- 6Can I Sit Next to You Girl04:12
- 7Little Lover05:37
- 8She's Got Balls04:51
- 9High Voltage04:03
Info for High Voltage (Remastered)
High Voltage is the first internationally released studio album by Australian hard rock band AC/DC. It contains tracks from their first two previous Australia-only issued albums: High Voltage and T.N.T. (both from 1975).
Originally released internationally on 30 April 1976 on Atlantic Records and in the US on 14 May 1976 on ATCO Records, this edition of High Voltage has proven popular, selling three million units in the US alone. However, initially the album was panned by some critics upon its release, including a review by Rolling Stone magazine's Billy Altman that called it an "all-time low" for the hard rock genre. It was re-released in 2003 as part of the AC/DC Remasters series.
"One of the perennial complaints about AC/DC is that they've never changed -- and if that's true, High Voltage is the blueprint they've followed all their career. Comprised of highlights from their first two Australian albums -- 1975's TNT and its 1976 follow-up, also entitled High Voltage -- the album has every single one of AC/DC's archetypes. There are songs about rock & roll, slow sleazy blues, high-voltage boogie, double entendres so obvious they qualify as single entendres and, of course, the monster riffs of Angus Young, so big and bold they bruise the listener upon contact. It's those riffs -- so catchy they sound lifted when they're original, so simple they're often wrongly dismissed as easy -- that give the music its backbone, the foundation for Bon Scott to get dirty, and rockers never got quite as dirty as Bon Scott. Scott sounded as if you could catch a disease by listening to him. He sounded like the gateman at hell, somebody who never hid the notion that lurking behind the door are some bad, dangerous things, but they're also fun, too, and he made no apologies for that. But for as primal as High Voltage is, it's also a lot weirder and funnier than it's given credit for, too -- those are bagpipes that solo on "It's a Long Way to the Top (If You Want to Rock & Roll)," and "She's Got Balls" is a perversely funny dirty joke. This is music so primal that it's enduring -- it feels like it existed before AC/DC got there, and it will exist long afterward. And if AC/DC did wind up bettering this blueprint in the future, there's no question that this original is still potent, even thrilling, no matter how many times they returned to the well, or how many times this record is played." (Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AMG)
Bon Scott, lead vocals, bagpipes on "It's a Long Way to the Top (If You Wanna Rock 'n' Roll)"
Angus Young, lead guitar
Malcolm Young, rhythm guitar, lead guitar on "Little Lover", backing vocals
Mark Evans, bass (on tracks 1-6, 9)
Phil Rudd, drums (on tracks 1–6, 9)
George Young, bass (on tracks 7, 8)
Tony Currenti, drums (on tracks 7, 8)
Produced by Harry Vanda, George Young
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