MUSIC

AC/DC
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Angus Young was born in Scotland on 31st March, 1958. He came to Oz in the early '60s and joined the band in 1973 whilst still at high school.

Angus played on stage wearing a school cap and short school pants. His play was noted for his caustic guitar solos.

Older brother Malcolm was born in Glasgow on 6th January, 1953, and in 1973 he helped start the band.

Other members were Peter Clark on drums, replaced by Phill Rudd, Rob Bailey on bass replaced by Mark Evans and vocalist Dave Evans. Lead singer Bon Scott joined the band later. Scott died in 1980 and was replaced by Brian Johnston. Bon Scott - AC/DC

AC/DC has built a huge reputation worldwide with hits such as TNT and High Voltage (Rock and Roll). Their first Australian hit was a version of Baby, Please Don't go in 1975.

Their biggest selling album was Back In Black in 1980 which sold around 12.5 million copies worldwide. The next successful album, sales-wise, was Razor's Edge in 1990.

If you need your ears cleaned out, then give them a listen!


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