Late last year I started listening to one of my very earliest Rock influences all over again, AC/DC, so I decided I would start doing some short review posts of their albums.
Initially I wanted to start off with their very first album, which is the Australian version of High Voltage released in 1975, but unfortunately getting my hands on a copy of the album is proving to be quite difficult.
So I thought while I was waiting to get my copy, which I might have to borrow off my brother to do the review post, I would start with the second album T.N.T.
T.N.T. was released in December 1975 with the following band members…
- Bon Scott – lead vocals, bagpipes on “It’s a Long Way to the Top”
- Angus Young – lead guitar, backing vocals on “T.N.T.”
- Malcolm Young – rhythm guitar, backing vocals
- Mark Evans – bass guitar, backing vocals
- Phil Rudd – drums, percussion
Below is a video Playlist that I put together of the album. The songs on the album and in the playlist below are…
- It’s a Long Way to the Top (If You Wanna Rock ‘n’ Roll)
- Rock ‘n’ Roll Singer
- The Jack
- Live Wire
- Can I Sit Next to You Girl
- High Voltage
- School Days (Chuck Berry)
I tried to get the best videos I could find, with the band playing live with Bon. When I couldn’t find any live footage I tried to pick the best slideshows with photos of AD/DC’s early days with Bon Scott.
Some of the videos have a short ad at the beginning, sorry about that. Out of my control unfortunately.
Press play to watch the entire album.
Below are a couple of photos of the CD slip that came with my CD.
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I have to say, listening to this album again brought back so many memories from my younger days, it was like a trip down memory lane for me. It’s amazing how music can do that.