10 best AC / DC songs

Legendary Australian rockers in December drop their new album Rock or Bust, and we are reminded of their top 10 songs. They are the best rock band ever since they hit rock essence, they do not have any ballad just pure rock!

"The words of the song wrote just a singer who replaced him - Brian Johnson, with reference to the band's that song may not be morbid and sad because it should be a celebration of Bonn".


10. WHO MADE WHO 
Who Made Who (1986)
Most true fans of the Australian band will be most happy that this song was never recorded because it was considered too commercial. This applies in particular to Young's guitar which is to say that they are too synthetic. That may be true, but no one can deny that the Who Made Who is a very fun song that gave them additional mainstream popularity.


9. FOR THOSE ABOUT TO ROCK (WE SALUTE YOU)
For Those About to Rock (We Salute You)
Having conquered the world with fantastic album Back to Black, AC / DC has decided to pay tribute to all the rockers. AC / DC were put in a position to rock gladiator, taking their cry to Caesar - Hail Caesar, we who are about to die salute you. Although the song was not among the best known, it is a true masterpiece of small issued on an otherwise not-so-successful self-titled album.
 


8. LET THERE BE ROCK
Let There Be Rock (1977)
We all know how the world was created by bible, and AC / DC has been so good to us in the song Let There Be Rock, the eponymous album, they explained how rock was made. And although, unfortunately, it is obvious that the rock is seriously ill (that we say not terminally) it's nice to remember the happy times. And this song with its rhythm, atmosphere and long
Angus Young guitar solo just has some biblical (church) atmosphere. 

7. HARD AS A ROCK

Ballbreaker (1995

The first single from the album Ballbreaker, it was bound to be successful because he did not have all the characteristics of a typical AC / DC songs  - heavy guitars, sexual connotations in the text and attachments on stage at the gig live (in this case a large hanging ball). This is the youngest song on this list (although 20 years old), and is included in the soundtrack of the movie Battleship. 

6. SHOOT TO THRILL 

Back in Black (1980)

One of the most powerful songs by AC / DC and younger men are known from second part of Iron Man, but we have to mention the Marvel hit worth pointing out that the song is a perfect fit in the movie, and that AC / DC 's classic once again revived. Unlike other hits which come to the fore voice Johnson / Scott, guitar, here the emphasis is on drums Phil Rudd - especially the final part of the song. 

5. HELLS BELLS

Back in Black (1980)

Hells Bells is not the first and certainly not the last song that uses the church bells, but if you ask anyone, they will all just her first (and many of them only) mention. Hells Bells is another of the late singer Bonn Scott, and each time on the concerts Brian Johnson struck the bell, and Angus and Malcolm began guitar solos, as if the spirit of Bon Scott is on stage! While Back in Black is celebrations, this song is a real tribute to Scott from which you can always shudder! 

4. YOU SHOOK ME ALL NIGHT LONG

Back in Black (1980)

Many consider this song biggest hit single of the Australian band, the song is especially popular among female fans of AC / DC. Infectious melodies and "dirtier" text at the concerts still throw fans into a trance, and the re-release on the album Who Made Who, as well as newly recorded music video at a time when MTV was required reading, the band gained additional popularity. On VH1's list of top 80s songs is in 10th place! 

3. HIGHWAY TO HELL

Highway to Hell (1979) 

AC / DC even before this song (and the eponymous album) were on the way to conquering the world, and after the song they finally won the big market of the United States. They also worried many Americans who thought that the song is satanic, although the song is singing about constant performances and life on the road. This was also the last album on which he Bon Scott sang who shortly thereafter died stifled in his own vomit. 

2. THUNDERSTRUCK

The Razor's Edge (1990)

The song that was created when Angus Young was playeing with the guitar has become one of the most recognizable songs AC / DC, and could not have come at a better time. In fact, after three not-so-successful albums and nearly a decade, Thunderstrack's revitalized Australians and who again made ​​them important players on the charts. Thunderstruck is the only recent song (from the album For Those About behind to Rock We Salute You) by AC / DC live regularly performed. 

1. BACK IN BLACK

Back in Black (1980

One of the most recognizable guitar riffs of all time, and the lyrics that touch the heart, are on track dedicated to the late singer of the band Bonn Scott. The words of the song wrote just a singer who replaced him - Brian Johnson, with reference to the band's that song may not be morbid and sad because it should be a celebration of Bonn. The album Back in Black has become the best-selling hard rock album of all time. 

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