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High Voltage is the debut studio album by Australian hard rock band AC/DC, released on 17 February 1975. Six of its eight songs were written by Angus Young, Malcolm Young and Bon Scott. "Soul Stripper" was written by the Young brothers and "Baby, Please Don't Go" is a cover version of a Big Joe Williams song. The album was produced by Vanda & Young at Albert Studios in Sydney, Australia.

High Voltage - 17 February 1975 (AUS)

T.N.T. is the second studio album by Australian hard rock band AC/DC, released on 1 December 1975. Seven of the album's nine songs were written by Angus Young, Malcolm Young and Bon Scott. "Can I Sit Next to You Girl" was written by Angus & Malcolm Young prior to Scott's involvement in the band, and "School Days" is a cover version of a Chuck Berry song.

T.N.T. - 1 December 1975 (AUS)

High Voltage (international) is the first internationally released album by Australian hard rock band AC/DC. It contains tracks from their first two Australia-only issued albums, High Voltage and T.N.T. (both from 1975). Originally released on Atlantic Records, this edition of High Voltage has proven popular, selling three million units in the US alone.

High Voltage - 30 April 1976 (International)

High Voltage (European release) is the first European released Album by Australian hard rock band AC/DC. It contains tracks from their first two Australia-only issued albums, High Voltage and T.N.T. (both from 1975). Originally released on Atlantic Records, this is the alternative cover was used on the international version's European release

High Voltage - 30 April 1976
(Original European cover)

Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap (AUS) is the third studio album by Australian hard rock band AC/DC, released in 1976. All songs were written by Angus Young, Malcolm Young and Bon Scott. It was originally released in Australia on Albert Productions on 20 September 1976. A modified international edition was later released on Atlantic Records on 17 December 1976. It was finally released in the US on 27 March 1981.

Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap
20 September 1976 (AUS)

Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap (INT) - The international edition of Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap, released on 17 December 1976, is considerably different from the original Australian edition, and features a different cover and track order. It was not released in the US until 27 March 1981. On this album, the singles "R.I.P. (Rock in Peace)" and "Jailbreak" (featured on the Australian version) were replaced by "Rocker" (from T.N.T.) and "Love at First Feel", the latter being one of only two tracks from international AC/DC albums not available on the band's Australian albums.

Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap
November 1976 (INT)/ 27 March 1981 (US)

Let there be Rock (AUS) is the fourth studio album by Australian hard rock band AC/DC, released on 21 March 1977. All songs were written by Angus Young, Malcolm Young and Bon Scott. It was originally released in Australia on the Albert Productions label. A modified international edition was released on Atlantic Records on 25 July 1977.

Let There Be Rock
21 March 1977 (AUS)

Let there be Rock (international) is the third international album released by Australian hard rock band AC/DC, released on Atlantic Records on 25 July 1977. All songs were written by Angus Young, Malcolm Young and Bon Scott. It was originally released in Australia on the Albert Productions label. on 21 March 1977.

Let there be Rock
25 July 1977 (International)

Powerage is the fifth studio album by Australian hard rock band AC/DC, released on 5 May 1978. All songs were written by Angus Young, Malcolm Young and Bon Scott. Released on Atlantic Records ,the first AC/DC album to be released nearly simultaneously in Australian and international markets, and the first to use just one cover image for both. It was also the first to feature the same track listing on all versions, with the exception of the European vinyl edition (specifically, the first UK pressing of the LP). This version included "Cold Hearted Man".

Powerage -25 May 1978

If you Want Blood (You've Got It) is the first live album by Australian hard rock band AC/DC, originally released in the UK and Europe on 13 October 1978, All songs were written by Angus Young, Malcolm Young and Bon Scott. The album was recorded live during the 1978 Powerage tour and contains live versions of songs from T.N.T., Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap, Let There Be Rock, and Powerage. It is the last Bon Scott-era AC/DC album produced by Harry Vanda and George Young, who also produced the band's first five studio releases.

If you Want Blood (You've Got It)
13 October 1978

Highway to Hell (INT) is the sixth studio album by Australian hard rock band AC/DC, released on 27 July 1979. It is also AC/DC's fifth international studio album. It was the last album featuring lead singer Bon Scott, who died early the following year from over-consumption of alcohol. It was originally released by Albert Productions, who licensed the album to Atlantic Records for release outside of Australia .On 25 May 2006, Highway to Hell was certified 7x Platinum by the RIAA.

Highway to Hell - 27 July 1979 (INT)

Highway to Hell (AUS) is the last AC/DC album recorded with Bon Scott before his death on 19 February 1980. The album featured such songs as "Highway to Hell", "Touch Too Much", "If You Want Blood (You've Got It)", and "Shot Down in Flames" . the final words spoken by Scott on the album are "Shazbot, na-nu na-nu", phrases used on the then-popular character Mork (a visiting extraterrestrial played by Robin Williams). The phrase ended the song "Night Prowler" and closed the album.

Highway to Hell - 8 November 1979 (AUS)

Back in Black is The first AC/DC album recorded without former lead singer Bon Scott, who died on 19 February 1980 at the age of 33, and was dedicated to him. with encouragement from Scott's parents, they hired Brian Johnson as their new lead singer and lyricist. the album was Produced by Robert John "Mutt" Lange . the album has sold an estimated 50 million copies worldwide, making it tied for second highest-selling album of all time, the highest-selling album by a band (together with Pink Floyd's The Dark Side of the Moon), the best-selling hard rock album of all-time, and the best-selling album ever released by an Australian musical act.

Back in Black - 25 July 1980

For those about to Rock - We Salute You is AC/DC's eighth Australian and seventh international studio album - released in 1981. The album was a follow-up to their highly successful album Back in Black. For Those About to Rock has sold over four million copies in the US. The name of the album was inspired by a book Angus Young read, entitled For Those About to Die, We Salute You, about Roman gladiators. The gladiators' final words to the emperor were "Ave Imperator, morituri te salutant" – or, "Hail Emperor, those who are about to die salute you".

For those about to Rock -We Salute You
23 November 1981

Flick of the Switch is AC/DC's ninth Australian and eighth international studio album Recorded in the beginning of 1983. The album was originally released in the US on 15 August 1983. The album was self-produced by AC/DC and reached #4 in UK and #15 in the US, and has been certified platinum by the RIAA. On the recorded commentary on the album for the Live at Donington DVD, the band members state that the album was an attempt to make the band raw again, and were happy with the result.

Flick of the Switch - 15 August 1983

'74 Jailbreak is an EP by AC/DC, comprising five hard rock/blues oriented tracks that had previously been released only in Australia. It was released in 1984 in the United States, Canada and Japan. The song "Jailbreak" was also released as a single and a video. The first track is from the Australian version of Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap (1976), while the rest are from the Australian version of the band's debut album, High Voltage, recorded in 1974 and released early the following year.

'74 Jailbreak (EP) - 15 October 1984

Fly on the Wall is AC/DC's tenth studio, released on 28 June 1985. The band's second and last self-produced album, it was also the first AC/DC album since the original Australian version of High Voltage not to include drummer Phil Rudd, who was replaced by Simon Wright . Like their previous album, Flick of the Switch, Angus and Malcolm Young chose to produce in order to capture the rawness and simplicity of their early works . The singles "Shake Your Foundations" and "Sink the Pink", seen as standouts from the album. A video featuring the band performing five of the album's songs was also released in 1985.

Fly on the Wall - 28 June 1985

Who Made Who released in 1986 as the soundtrack to the Stephen King movie Maximum Overdrive. Three tracks on the album , "Who Made Who" and the instrumentals "D.T." and "Chase the Ace", were newly written and recorded by AC/DC. The rest were taken from the band's previous albums. "Ride On" is from the Bon Scott era; and all of the others feature Brian Johnson. Along with the album, the band released a video tape with videos for "Who Made Who", "You Shook Me All Night Long", "Shake Your Foundations", "Hells Bells", and live performance of "For Those About to Rock (We Salute You)" .

Who Made Who - 23 May 1986

Blow up your Video is AC/DC's eleventh studio album , released on 18 January 1988. The album was recorded at the Miraval Studio in Le Val, France, in between August and September 1987. The album was produced by Harry Vanda and George Young, the production team behind the band's early albums. This was also the final studio album to feature drummer Simon Wright. Although he wrote all the lyrics on the album, it would be the last on which Brian Johnson was credited as a songwriter.

Blow up your Video
18 January 1988

The Razor's Edge is AC/DC's 12th Australian and 11th international studio album , released on 24 September 1990 on Atco Records. It is the only studio album to feature drummer Chris Slade. The album includes "Thunderstruck" and "Moneytalks," which are among AC/DC's most well-known tracks. The album reached a smash commercial success that returned the band to the popularity of its glory years of the late 1970s and early 1980s. The album was produced by Bruce Fairbairn. Malcolm and Angus young wrote all the songs on the album.

The Razor's Edge
24 September 1990

LIVE is AC/DC's 1992 Live album. It was released both as a single album and as a double album The album is supported by a video, AC/DC: Live at Donington. AC/DC Live: 2 CD Collector's Edition was released a month after the single-disc version, in a slipcased two-disc "book" (similar in shape to old CD longboxes) and containing an AC/DC dollar note. The recordings on this live album are taken from several shows from AC/DC's 1991 The Razors Edge tour. The recordings are taken Donington and Moscow "Monsters of Rock" shows, and other shows on that tour.

LIVE - 27 October 1992

Ballbreaker is AC/DC's thirteenth Australian and twelfth international studio album by Australian hard rock band AC/DC, released in September 1995. It was their first studio album in five years, since 1990's The Razors Edge. The album featured the return of Phil Rudd, who had been fired from the band in 1983 as a result of drinking and drug problems and a feud with Malcolm Young.It was produced by prolific producer Rick Rubin, who had briefly worked with AC/DC in 1993 to produce their single "Big Gun" for the soundtrack to the film Last Action Hero.

Ballbreaker 26 September 1995

Bonfire is a 5 disc Box set , released in 1997, It was created as a tribute to the band's earlier singer Bon Scott and included the two disc soundtrack to the movie Let There Be Rock, some early unreleased tracks, a live recording from the Atlantic Records studio in New York and the Back in Black album. The album was originally released with the CDs all packaged individually in jewel cases, complete with full artwork. it also features a poster, a backstage pass, keyring and a few other extras depending on the region. All versions of the box feature a large book full of liner notes and rare pictures of the band, mostly from before Scott's death.

Bonfire (Box set)
18 November 1997

Stiff Upeer Lip is AC/DC's 14th Australian and 13th international studio album , released in February 2000. The album was recorded at The Warehouse Studio in Vancouver, British Columbia and mastered at Sterling Sound in New York City. The album was produced by George Young, older brother of Malcolm and Angus Young. The three singles to be released from it were the title track, "Safe in New York City", and "Satellite Blues". The album is currently certified platinum in the US for shipments in excess of 1,000,000 copies.

Stiff Upeer Lip
28 February 2000

Black Ice is AC/DC's fourteenth international studio album by the Australian hard rock band AC/DC. It was produced by Brendan O'Brien and released internationally on 17 October 2008. It marked the band's first original recordings since 2000's Stiff Upper Lip, with the eight-year gap being the longest between AC/DC's successive studio albums and the band changed labels from Elektra Records to Sony Music. Recording happened during March and April 2008 O'Brien tried to recapture the rock sound of the band's early work, as opposed to the blues orientation of Ballbreaker and Stiff Upper Lip.

Black Ice - 17 October 2008

IRON MAN 2 Released on 19 April 2010 as the soundtrack to the film of the same name. the album is a compilation album which contains both hits and lesser known tracks. features an almost half-and-half mix of songs from both the Bon Scott and Brian Johnson eras of AC/DC. The album features fifteen tracks from ten different albums, ranging from 1975 to 2008, only "Shoot to Thrill" and "Highway to Hell" were used completely in the film, while one song ("Back in Black") was actually featured in the previous film. "Thunderstruck", "War Machine", and "The Razors Edge" were used in trailers and commercials for the film. the album sold over 3 million copies.

IRON MAN 2 (Soundtrack)
April 19, 2010

Live at River Plate is a live album , containing all of the songs from the DVD and was released on 19 November 2012 in both 3 red vinyl set and 2 CD set formats include Recording from three concerts from the Black Ice Tour performed in December 2009 at the Estadio Monumental Antonio Vespucio Liberti in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Live at River Plate 10 May 2011


Rock or Bust is the upcoming sixteenth studio album by AC/DC. It will also be AC/DC's fifteenth international studio album. Due to be released on 28 November 2014 in Friday-release countries and on 2 December 2014 elsewhere, Rock or Bust will mark the band's first original recordings since 2008's Black Ice.[1] Rock or Bust will be the band's first album without founding member and rhythm guitarist Malcolm Young .Malcolm's departure was later clarified by the band and their management, saying that Malcolm was officially diagnosed with dementia and will possibly never play again.

Rock or Bust 2 December 2014





                 

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