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On January 18, 1988.

On January 18, 1988, “Albert” label released “Blow up Your Video”, the tenth AC/DC internationally released and the eleventh album released in Australia. The album was recorded in August and September 1987, at the “Miraval Studio” in Le Val, France, and was produced by Harry Vanda and George Young. 67 more words

Classic Rock Almanac January 6, 2016

TRIVIA

Today’s Question: Peter Frampton released his most successful album, Frampton Comes Alive, 40 years ago today (January 6th, 1976).

How many studio solo albums had he put out before that two-record-set made him an overnight superstar? 493 more words

Features

January 6 in history

1367 – Richard II of England, was born (d. 1400).

1412  Joan of Arc, Roman Catholic Saint and national heroine of France, was born – legendary date, some scholars think it was January 7-  (d. 431 more words

History

Backstage at AC/DC with Angus Young, Scotty Bad, and my autographed copy of Powerage

By Steve Newton

Holy fvck is Angus Young tiny!

Hey, sorry about that outburst. It’s just that whenever I spy this backstage snap from 2001 I can’t help but think that I’m literally twice the size of him–width-wise, anyway. 129 more words

Rock Legends

AC/DC...For Those About To Rock(We Salute You)

Tbone raced out of the gates and bought this the day it was released and that would have been Nov of 1981! AC/DC as we know became a household item after Back In Black sold like millions and millions and millions (you get the idea) and well you can all read about how Back In Black took us all over musically and sonically as well a good story on my friend CHICO who is the star of the Back In Black post…. 1,527 more words

SONIC WAVES...Album Reviews

AC/DC...Blow Up Your Video

Had no real intentions on reviewing this album by ACCA DACCA at this time but last week Mikey over at his site reviewed Blow Up Your Video and gave it a rating of 2.5/5 stars!? 1,148 more words

SONIC WAVES...Album Reviews

‘Rock or Bust’: AC/DC Pack New Jersey’s MetLife Stadium (And It Was Not A ‘Bust’)

By Brian Ives 

Back in November, I reported on an event in New York City where hundreds of AC/DC fans waited in freezing weather to get into Webster Hall for an listening party. 1,082 more words

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