74 Jailbreak Original recording remastered, EP
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'74 Jailbreak is one of my all-time favourite AC/DC releases. Featuring five tracks from the Aussie version of Dirty Deeds and High Voltage, unreleased on this side of the pond, this was a little bit of a gift to fans to celebrate the 10th anniversary of these albums. It features the earlier, more rock n' roll sounds of the band and of course the immortal lead vocal charms of Bon Scott.
All five songs here are winners. Of course "Jailbreak" itself is still played live by the band, and who can forget that video? Great song, classic Bon storytelling. "You Ain't Got A Hold On Me", "Show Business" and "Soul Stripper" (an awesome long dramatic one) are equally good. The EP ends with a cover of "Baby, Please Don't Go" which was actually the first time I ever heard this song.
Great EP, great songs all five. And yes, there were a lot of others available on single B-sides and Aussie albums, but don't fear. This boxed set fills in a lot of the gaps.
Get into that early AC/DC mindset, and enjoy this brief reminder of what made Bon Scott so awesome. 5 stars.
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74 Jailbreak is more of a "single" than a full length album, and although the songs on it are good, it is missing the breadth of a real album. The CD is only 24 minutes long! Read morePublished on June 11 2009 by D. A. GOSS
In 1974 AC/DC released there first album, which was called "HighVoltage" (not to be confused with the world issue)
the tracks where
1. Baby Please Dont Go
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Nothing here at all. Hard to image that this is the heavy metal group of the 80's. More hard rock than metal. Song writing skills are very lacking.Published on Nov. 28 2003 by Eric J. Weik