Volts is an album by AC/DC released as a part named "Disc Four" on the Bonfire box set. Released in November 1997, the album is a compilation of some alternate versions of songs recorded for the albums Let There Be Rock and Highway to Hell, and some songs previously released.
A hidden track containing various interviews appears after a short amount of silence following the last track. The album is the first rarity album by AC/DC, followed by Studio Rarities in 2009. Both albums are discs in rarity box sets (in Studio Rarities case, the box set is Backtracks).
1. "Dirty Eyes" - 3:21
2. "Touch Too Much" - 6:34
3. "If You Want Blood (You've Got It)" - 4:28
4. "Back Seat Confidential" - 5:23
5. "Get It Hot" - 4:17
6. "Sin City" (live) - 4:58
7. "She's Got Balls" (live) - 7:57
8. "School Days" - 5:23
9. "It's a Long Way to the Top (If You Wanna Rock 'n' Roll)" - 5:14
10. "Ride On" - 10:03
-"Dirty Eyes" is an early recording, which later turned out as the song "Whole Lotta Rosie" which is found on both versions of Let There Be Rock.
-"Touch Too Much" is the same track found on Highway to Hell, but with different riffs and lyrics.
-"If You Want Blood (You've Got It)" is the same track found on Highway to Hell, but with different lyrics.
-"Back Seat Confidential" is an early recording, which turned into the song "Beating Around the Bush", which is found on Highway to Hell.
-"Get It Hot" is the same track found on Highway to Hell, but with different riffs and lyrics.
-"Sin City" was recorded live from Midnight Special on September 6, 1978.
-"Walk All Over You" & "T.N.T." were recorded live from Let There Be Rock: The Movie in the Australian version.
-"She's Got Balls" was recorded live from the Bondi Lifesaver, and is also found as a b-side to the single "You Shook Me All Night Long".
-"School Days" is from T.N.T., and was previously unreleased outside of Australia.
-"It's a Long Way to the Top (If You Wanna Rock 'n' Roll)" was previously released on T.N.T. a different version appears on the international version of High Voltage.
-"Ride On" was previously released on the Australian and international releases of Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap, and there are several hidden interview tracks after this song.