AC/DC - Let There Be Rock (1977, Gatefold, Vinyl) Discogs

AC/DC - Let There Be Rock (1977, Gatefold, Vinyl) Discogs


AC/DC : tout le monde connaît ces quatre lettres séparées par un éclair. Tout le monde, même ceux qui n'écoutent pas spécialement de rock. C'est peut-être ça la définition d'un groupe légendaire : dépasser les clivages. Car si un adjectif leur colle bien à la peau, c'est bien légendaire ou mythique. Le groupe a traversé les décennies sans changer sa formule d'un iota ; fidèle à ses racines dans les bons moments comme dans les moments les plus difficiles, AC/DC a sur... >Voir plus AC/DC: Let There Be Rock (DVD): Eric Dionysius

Great performance from AC/DC the worlds NO.1 Thunder machine[/has_googlemeta5][has_googlemeta6]. Let There Be Rock is the fourth studio album by Australian hard rock band AC/DC.It was the band's third studio album released internationally and the fourth to be released in Australia. It was also the last AC/DC album to feature Mark Evans on bass. It was originally released on 21 March 1977 in Australia on the Albert Productions label. A modified international edition was released on 25 July . Let There Be Rock, the fourth AC/DC album -- and first to see simultaneous international release -- is as lean and mean as the original lineup ever got. Shaved down to the bone -- there are only eight tracks, giving this a lethal efficiency even with a couple of meandering jams -- this is a high-voltage, brutal record, filled with "Bad Boy Boogie."

AC/DC - Let There Be Rock (Live at Donington, 8/17/91

Editors' Notes Released at a time when disco and punk were polarizing, dominating forces, Let There Be Rock sounded like the work of rock 'n' roll primitives locked away in their own world. While each AC/DC album seemed to ramp up the intensity and menace, this 1977 effort seemed almost brutal in its attack. Riffs were faster and laced with fuzz on the "Route 66"-esque "Bad Boy Boogie" and. Two generations of AC/DC freaks have come of age since Let There Be Rock, but while the band has done just fine, thank you, with Brian Johnson as its lead singer, there are those who still consider the late Bon Scott to be the real AC/DC front man. They're the ones most likely to be stoked by the video release of this concert film, recorded in. "Let There Be Rock" by AC/DC from Live at Donington, 8/17/91 Listen to AC/DC: Subscribe to the official AC/DC YouTube channel: . "Let There Be Rock" can be described as the most rocking bible passages ever! The album's title track was released as second single and has frequently been a part of AC/DC's setlists.

AC/DC: Let There Be Rock (1980) - IMDb

Directed by Eric Dionysius, Eric Mistler. With AC/DC, Phil Rudd, Bon Scott, Cliff Williams. Filmed coverage of Australian band AC/DC's '79 appearance in Paris intercut with quasi-fictional interludes.. AC/DC: Let There Be Rock is a live concert motion picture featuring the Australian Hard Rock band AC/DC, released theatrically in September 1980 (and AC/DC's native Australia on New Year's Eve, 1981) and on videotape the same year. Overview. AC/DC: Let There Be Rock was filmed on 9 December 1979 at the. Music video by AC/DC performing Let There Be Rock. (C) 2007 Leidseplein Presse B.V.