AC/DC - Wembley Warriors 88' mp3 album
Rocket 88 is an album recorded live in Germany in 1981 by the boogie-woogie band Rocket 88. The band had a casual line-up, and d-member Ian Stewart in his liner notes makes reference to the other "permanent" band-members who were not present for that particular recording. Although it is rumoured that there are numerous bootleg live takes from other concerts, it is the band's only officially released album. It was recorded using the Rolling Stones Mobile Studio.
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Stadium, arena & sports venue in Wembley, Brent, United Kingdom.
AC/DC are an Australian hard rock band formed in Sydney, Australia in 1973 by brothers Angus and Malcolm Young. Although the band are considered pioneers of heavy metal, its members have always classified their music as "rock 'n' roll". AC/DC underwent several line-up changes before releasing their first album, High Voltage, in 1975. Membership remained stable until bassist Cliff Williams replaced Mark Evans in 1977. In 1979, the band recorded their highly successful album Highway to Hell
The place went mad when AC/DC came on stage and totally blew the place apart with a cracking set list. Bon was on great form and Angus showed again what a great showman he is. Live Wire ripped the place and the sheer power and energy of Bad Boy Boogie got everyone rockin', just a shame about "Rosie" but they carried on regardless (PA switched off deliberately by the Who sound crew as the Who couldn't follow this), just great to see Bon on the big stage
AC/DC's catalog boasts early triumphs like 1975's High Voltage and . both of them as raw and flinty as anything in rock. They continued to tweak their sound, though, during sessions helmed by Mutt Lange (the aforementioned Highway to Hell) and Rick Rubin (1995's Ballbreaker). Today, some projects somehow fly completely under the radar – including 1981's For Those About to Rock – while 1977's Let There Be Rock is chock full of songs that remain concert staples
|A2||Highway To Hell|
|A3||Whole Lotta Rosie|
|A4||Let There Be Rock|
|B2||For Those About To Rock|
NotesRecorded live in Wembley, UK, April 13th, 1988
With Malcolm Young.
Black vinyl edition.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: XRX-Wembley 88-A
- Matrix / Runout: XRX-Wembley 88-B
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