Malcolm Young, rocking rocker from AC/DC, finally banged his head out of the prime material plane. As they said, “It’s a long way to the top if you want to rock and roll,” and one thing that I will always give AC/DC is that they never changed their sound. Sometimes it was more produced, but it never wandered too far from high-voltage rock and roll. When you can play the same beat for more than forty years, and survive songs like “Mistress for Christmas,” you are doing something. Even Slayer went Nu-metal for that one album.

The other thing I always liked about AC/DC: Richard Ramirez stole is nickname from them, and there aren’t many bands that can say that.

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