"Hell's Bells" is the first track on Australian hard rock band AC/DC's album Back in Black. It is to this day still one of their most well known songs. It is also commonly played at sporting events. It is played through the PA system at the Rip Curl Pro at Bells Beach every morning for good luck with the waves and is now also tradition. Also, closers Trevor Hoffman and Braden Looper use the song as their entrance music when jogging to the mound and throwing their warmup pitches. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hell's Bells"
"Highway to Hell" is a song by AC/DC, and is the lead track from their 1979 album Highway to Hell. The song was written by Bon Scott. ...more on Wikipedia about "Highway to Hell (song)"
A song about the perils of becoming a rock star as told by AC/DC, written by Angus Young, Malcolm Young and Bon Scott, this song was released on their Australian release T.N.T., and in America on High Voltage, in 1976 and was the leadoff track on both albums. ...more on Wikipedia about "It's A Long Way To The Top (If You Wanna Rock 'N Roll)"
The Jack is a blues song from the hard rock group AC/DC, from their worldwide 1976 album High Voltage. It was released in Australia in 1975 on their second album, T.N.T. The song was originally titled "The Clap", as the lyrics refer to the venereal disease gonorrhea. The lyrics also use playing card metaphors to allude to the disease. ...more on Wikipedia about "The Jack"
"You Shook Me All Night Long" is a hit song by the hard rock band AC/DC that appears on their most successful album Back in Black. It is one of the band's few top 40 singles, reaching number 35 in the North American pop singles chart in 1980. Oddly enough, this song has been covered by Celine Dion and Anastacia. ...more on Wikipedia about "You Shook Me All Night Long"
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