AC/DC – ’74 Jailbreak – Review

October 1, 2003

The five tracks on this EP are drawn from the original Australian versions of the band’s early LPs, whose track listings were different from the American LPs.

AC/DC – Fly on the Wall – Review

October 1, 2003

Fly on the Wall introduces drummer Simon Wright, and the production shows concessions to the era’s production practices, but otherwise, it’s business as usual.

AC/DC – Flick of the Switch – Review

October 1, 2003

Fans regard this as the beginning of the end, but it’s actually quite a strong album: Fine performances, strong songs, and the bludgeoning closer “Brain Shake.”

AC/DC – Blow Up Your Video – Review

October 1, 2003

“That’s the Way I Wanna Rock ‘n’ Roll,” approximately the band’s 357,985th ode to the joys of rock ‘n’ roll, is just as enjoyable as the previous 357,984.

AC/DC – Back In Black – Review

August 6, 2003

The band’s first with quickly-drafted replacement vocalist Brian Johnson is by far the band’s most popular album, with total sales somewhere near 19 million.

AC/DC – Who Made Who – Review

August 6, 2003

Put together originally as the soundtrack to a Steven King movie that flopped, the album compiles moments from the band’s past but isn’t a greatest hits album.

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