Bon Appetite ACDC tribute A Tribute to the Bon Scott Years Of AC/DC official 2002 CDR PROMO. Check whole album, all songs


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Ronald Belford “Bon” Scott was an Australian singer and songwriter, best known for being the lead vocalist and lyricist of the Australian hard rock band AC/DC from 1974 until his death in 1980.

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1 Rock N’ Roll Damnation
Britny Fox / Tommy Paris

2 Highway to Hell
Bon Scott / Angus Young
Jason McMaster / Dangerous Toys
Bon Scott’s death in 1980 came at the moment at where he should’ve started the reaping the rewards of his groundwork, and in ‘Highway To Hell’ it seemed as if he’d finally made sense of the journey of which he’d embarked. Not only one of Angus Young’s most famous riffs but also that of the entire rock cannon, this is exactly what a verbal and aural statement of intent sounds like.

3 Gone Shootin’
Bon Scott / Angus Young
Gene Hadley
The story of a doomed love affair with a junkie, ‘Gone Shootin’’ contains the starkest set of lyrics ever written by Bon Scott. Yet juxtaposed against them is the band’s ability to roll as much as it rocks with a groove that’s as deep as it is wide. Heavy without being heavy-handed, this satisfies the head as much as the hips.

4 Touch Too Much
Bon Scott / Angus Young
Every Mothers Nightmare / Rick Ruhl
Rarely played live, ‘Touch Too Much’ was AC/DC’s biggest hit to date upon its release. Performing the track on Top Of The Pops just 12 days before Bon Scott’s death, it’s satisfying to think of the image of “Venus with arms” being beamed into the living rooms of the nation while winning over new fans.

5 Dirty Deeds
Bon Scott / Angus Young
Derek St. Holmes / Ted Nugent

Leaving aside the questionable wisdom of a hitman advertising his home phone number, the title track of AC/DC’s second internationally released album hits the spot for all the right reasons. Fuelled by one of the band’s more memorable riffs, Bon Scott mischievously lists a range of dirty deeds in which to dispose of his victims. And is it a coincidence that two of them are AC/DC song titles?

6 Walk All Over You
Bon Scott / Angus Young / Malcolm Young
Every Mothers Nightmare / Rick Ruhl

7 Ride On
Bon Scott / Angus Young
Every Mothers Nightmare / Rick Ruhl
About the closest that early AC/DC ever approached to balladry, ‘Ride On’ is a track that revels in the blues. A lament about overcoming late night loneliness by heading to where the red lights shine, the song is humanised by Bon Scott’s vulnerability and the band’s restrained yet sympathetically mournful delivery.

8 Its a Long Way to the Top (If You Wanna Rock & Roll)
Bon Scott / Angus Young
AC/DC / Dave Evans
The popular perception of Bon Scott songs is that they’re work of a toilet wall poet yet, as evidenced by ‘It’s A Long Way To The Top (If You Wanna Rock’n’Roll)’ – the opening track of AC/DC’s first internationally released album ‘High Volatage’ – nothing could be further from the truth. Stripping away the romantic view of life on the road, this is an uncompromising look at the realities of the journey from the gutter to the stars that reveals Bon Scott as a lyricist of perception and flair.

9 Jailbreak
Bon Scott / Angus Young
Cherry St. / Taz

10 TNT
A. Young
Mad Margritt / Jimmy Smith
A song that’s remained firmly ensconced in AC/DC’s set list throughout their career, ‘TNT’ is very much the number that cements Bon Scott’s image as a lover and not a fighter. Because, as he warns you to lock up your womenfolk, it’s not really his fists you should be worrying about anyway…

11 Back Traxx
Every Mothers Nightmare

12 Self Titled
Broken Teeth

13 Monroe
Cherry St.

14 Deeper Shade of Grey
Every Mothers Nightmare

15 Buster Cherry
Cherry St.

16 Smokin’ Delta Voodoo
Every Mothers Nightmare

17 Then and Now
Derek St. Holmes

18 Combat Alley
Hard Knox

19 X-Rated
Cherry St.

20 In the Name of Rock
Mad Margritt

HOLLYWOOD – CIRCA 1977: Singer Bon Scott, who died in early 1980, belts out a number circa 1977 in Hollywood, California. Rhythm guitarist Malcolm Young can be seen in the background. (Photo by Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images)

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