- Released: May 25, 2009
- Label: Sony Uk
Q - 12/94, p.1573 Stars
- Good - "...a 41-minute jackhammer groove that, years later, would still be obsessing everyone from Run DMC to Killing Joke. Rick Rubin's Def American label was probably blueprinted the minute he heard 'Girls Got Rhythm'..."
Mojo (Publisher) - 12/00, p.84
"...By retaining their simplicity and adding a bit of polish, 'Mutt' Lange produced their first million-seller, its air-punching title track quickly becoming a staple at teenagers' booze-fuelled parties on both sides of the Atlantic..."
- 1.Highway to Hell
- 2.Girls Got Rhythm
- 3.Walk All Over You
- 4.Touch Too Much
- 5.Beating Around the Bush
- 6.Shot Down in Flames
- 7.Get It Hot
- 8.If You Want Blood (You've Got It)
- 9.Love Hungry Man
- 10.Night Prowler
This is a Hyper CD, which contains regular audio tracks and also provides a link to the artist's website with the help of a web browser.
AC/DC: Bon Scott (vocals); Angus Young, Malcom Young (guitar); Cliff Williams (bass); Phil Rudd (drums).
Recorded at Roundhouse Studios, London, England in 1979. Originally released as Atlantic (19244). The 2003 edition of HIGHWAY TO HELL includes liner notes by Ernie Welch.
All tracks have been digitally remastered.
Personnel: Bon Scott (vocals); Malcolm Young, Angus Young (guitar); Phil Rudd (drums).
Audio Mixer: Tony Platt.
Liner Note Author: Ernie Welch.
Recording information: Roundhouse Studios, London, England.
Photographers: Mike Prior; Bob Alford; Steve Joester; Larry Hulst; Fin Costello; Barry Plummer; Paul Canty; Neil Zlozower; Philip Morris.
It will always be a mystery how a grown man can spend his life wearing a school tie and short pants and receive adulation from the heavy metal fraternity. HM followers do not tolerate a cissy, yet the hugely talented Angus Young has become something of a hero. His riff-laden fills, combined with the tough vocals of the late Bon Scott, made AC/DC one of the genre's all-time leading lights. Bordering on the lighter side of metal, songs such as 'Love Hungry Man', 'Touch Too Much' and the title track will always delight.