“Stiff-upper lip” AC/DC music album
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  • If there was a still a place for mad, “naturszczykowski feeling” of Bon Scott, we would probably be dealing with one of the best albums of AC / DC in general

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      Perhaps the most common opinion, which circulates around the world about the AC / DC, says that the band has not changed since at least the death of the first singer Bon Scott. Considering that this death occurred twenty years ago, and that since that time the team had achieved eight top-selling CDs of study, the whole thing seems very suspicious.

      Is it really that AC / DC does not change? Well, pretty good puzzle helps solve the latest product of Angus Young’s “Stiff Upper Lip.

      ” From the first bars in the listener’s head clash


      with two impressions: on the one hand, it is no doubt AC / DC in the well-known, recognizable style for decades, but on the other wonders where all the tough, feisty little riffs, melodies, hoarsenessed choruses and crisp, exhilarating rhythms .

      First of all, the wording and nature of the tracks are reminiscent of Bluse soaked rock’n'roll and traditional pub music-light.

      This more or less what AC / DC presented in 1978 at underrated album “Powerage” and to which it never subsequently took longer to return to the huge commercial success of “Back In Black” and ...


      • “For Those About To Rock”, which steered the band to the heavy metal and super impressive studio.

        On the “Stiff Upper Lip” music band finally breaks up with productive megalomania, which, if proven to be still on the “The Razor’s Edge” is completely lost its sense of the previous disc, very unsuccessful, “Ballbreaker”.

        As is clear from statements made by Brian Johnson, the entire period between the release of “Ballbreaker” and “Stiff Upper Lip” spent completing a team so far unpublished, archival material on the three-disc CD compilation “Bonfire.

        ” Maybe that prolonged contact with the early

        recordings resulted in the idea of employment of a full-time producer, a man named George Young - author of the earliest sound of the band records and privately brother Malcolm and Angus.

        Resignation from the sound of fireworks in favor of total spontaneity recording? Regardless of the conditions the effect is truly impressive.

        If there was a still a place for mad, “naturszczykowski feeling” of Bon Scott, we would probably be dealing with one of the best albums of AC / DC in general.

        Without it, we got the best album AC / DC since “Back In Black”.




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