October 25, 2020 at 09:50PM

π€π‚ΟŸπƒπ‚ - 𝐃𝐒𝐫𝐭𝐲 πƒπžπžππ¬ πƒπ¨π§πž 𝐃𝐒𝐫𝐭 π‚π‘πžπšπ© ••• Today’s #halloweenhorro...


π€π‚ΟŸπƒπ‚ - 𝐃𝐒𝐫𝐭𝐲 πƒπžπžππ¬ πƒπ¨π§πž 𝐃𝐒𝐫𝐭 π‚π‘πžπšπ© ••• Today’s #halloweenhorrorvinylchallenge hosted by @vinylandfeet is Highway to Hell: Any AC/DC Album, and while I could do Highway to Hell or Back in Black, I wanted to do one a little different and chose the very first AC/DC album I ever purchased, 1976’s Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap. This was technically @acdc ’s third LP, and one we didn’t see a pressing of here in the US until after Bon Scott’s death several years later. One of the reason? Apparently they believed Americans would have trouble understanding Bon’s voice/accent on this one and were afraid it wouldn’t do well (they also hadn’t had a chance to tour the US before its release either so it was a heap of unknowns). • They finally released the album to us a year after Bon Scott’s passing, in 1981, and I’m glad they did. I love albums with stories behind them, but I can imagine how crappy that might have been for fans to have to wait for an American pressing to release. That said, I’m able to enjoy my used-and-back copy here in 2020, jamming out to songs like its title track, Ride On, and Problem Child. •• How does this one rank for you as far as AC/DC albums go?! ⚡️




π€π‚ΟŸπƒπ‚ - 𝐃𝐒𝐫𝐭𝐲 πƒπžπžππ¬ πƒπ¨π§πž 𝐃𝐒𝐫𝐭 π‚π‘πžπšπ© ••• Today’s #halloweenhorro...

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