|1. Fly On The Wall|
|2. Shake Your Foundations|
|3. First Blood|
|5. Sink The Pink|
|6. Playing With Girls|
|7. Stand Up|
|8. Hell Or High Water|
|9. Back In Business|
|10. Send For The Man|
Starts off with the title song and you don't stop tapping your feet or your steering wheel for the next nine tracks that come after. Simplistic lyrics, great guitar riffs by Angus, and that one of a kind voice by Brian Johnson. The only track I was not wild about "First Blood" all the others hold up pretty well. The remaster come with a nifty booklet showing photos of the band on tour and a web link with videos from the album. This should not be a question of whether or not those should get this as your first AC/DC album. It just shouldn't be the *only* one. A great buy from one of the best rock bands.
Beeing an AC/DC fan, this is one of my favorite albums, but i wouldnt recomend it to any non-ac/dc fans, or new comers to the band! it really IMO is liked by the AC/DC fans, a few tracks tickle a few un-be-knoweths fancy... but these songs wenrt recorded too good. and unless youve heard the title track played live you probably wouldnt understand the impact it has!
Beeing a re-issue it probably should have had WHO MADE WHO , DT and CHASE THE ACE included from the "Who Made Who" album, seeing as how so many people dont want that album because it only contiains 3 tracks, plus a few extras from other albums! because its a soundtrack to Maximum Overdrive! and so many people buy it because they think its a greatest hits, but its not, and they end up disapointed by it!
Fly on the Wall- a great opener: lots of energy
Stand Up- a real anthem. the guitar solo fits well. Brians lyrics are nice.
Shake Your Foundations- a real 'active' song. every part is always going.
Overall this is one of my favorites. I think Brian's voice is better here than on For those about to rock and Flick of the Switch..not so scratchy and annoying.