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AC/DC - Let There Be Rock (1998) Retail CD
This is rock as its most unapologetic: raw, aggressive, basic, full-on metal with more than a touch of schoolboy sexism. 1980's Robert "Mutt" Lange-produced Back In Black might've been where the Australian band hit it big, but one has to return to the gritty, guttural tones of original singer Bon Scott to appreciate AC/DC at their fiercest. In particular, the garage, almost punk-style production on "Problem Child", the title track and denim classic "Whole Lotta Rosie" showcased the Young brothers' no-nonsense riffing technique at its hardest and most ass-kicking. Metal was built on albums likemore… this: Black Sabbath's debut, Led Zeppelin and Thin Lizzy--no-nonsense screaming coupled with often childish lyrics matched to the most primal of riffs. An unbeatable combination. --Everett True
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