AC/DC release ‘Let There Be Rock,’ their fourth album featuring ‘Whole Lotta Rosie’ (1977)

AC/DC’s ‘Let There Be Rock’ is their fourth (in AUstralia and third internationally) released on March 21, 1977 by Albert Productions label.

Track Listing : 1.Go Down (Angus Young, Malcolm Young, Bon Scott) – 05:33 . 2.Dog Eat Dog (Angus Young, Malcolm Young, Bon Scott) – 03:35 . 3.Let There Be Rock (Angus Young, Malcolm Young, Bon Scott) – 06:07 . 4.Bad Boy Boogie (Angus Young, Malcolm Young, Bon Scott) – 04:28 . 5.Overdose (Angus Young, Malcolm Young, Bon Scott) – 06:09 . 6.Crabsody In Blue (Angus Young, Malcolm Young, Bon Scott) – 04:45 . 7.Hell Ain’T A Bad Place To Be (Angus Young, Malcolm Young, Bon Scott) – 04:15 . 8.Whole Lotta Rosie (Angus Young, Malcolm Young, Bon Scott) – 05:22

Bob Gruen

Musicians : Ac/Dc – Band . Bon Scott – Lead Vocals . Angus Young – Lead Guitar . Malcolm Young – Rhythm Guitar, Backing Vocals . Mark Evans – Bass Guitar . Phil Rudd – Drums, Percussion

Production : Produced By Harry Vanda, George Young . Mark Opitz – Engineer

Package : Bob Defrin – Art Direction . Murray Engleheart – Liner Notes . Bob Gruen asterisques RVM – Photography . Jonathan Postal – Photography . Chuck Pulin – Photography

Recorded January–February 1977 At Albert Studios, Sydney, Australia.

Released On March 21, 1977 By Albert.


After that, AC DC never never made a step out of this way, and has still stuck to this image that, contrary to what fools and jealous people say, has never been commercial or conventional. Finally, we still don’t know if everybody else is wrong (not sure), but AC DC was sure right… […]

Very bluesy. This is probably the second dirtiest song in the album, Go Down tells about having some fun with multiple women. Classic. Filled with raunchy metaphors and a swinging solo, this song doesnt dissapoint. […]

…an interviewer snarkily asks: “Some people have accused AC/DC of making the same album 13 times. What do you say to that?” Lead singer Brian Johnson interjects: “Well, I take issue with that. We have now made the same album actually 14 times.” […]


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