"Highway To Hell", AC/DC's fifth (international) album and their last to feature their late vocalist Bon Scott, is arguably the best of the Bon Scott era and certainly the most commercially successful. It is also my personal favourite of all of the albums they made with Bon and the first of three consecutive works they recorded with legendary producer, Robert John "Mutt" Lange. I think it's fair to say that, sonically, they had never sounded better on record before this point, as Lange gave them a punch that they hadn't quite managed to capture in the studio prior to this record. Having said that, the compositions are very similar to those from all of their previous releases, so it is a case of "more of the same" from the band… not that that is a bad thing, if you like AC/DC.
-Quiet Riot was founded in 1975 by guitarist Randy Rhoads and singer Kevin Dubrow. The original line-up also consisted of Kelli Garni and drummer Drew Forsyth. The band were baptized Quiet Riot by Rick Parfitt, guitarist of Status Quo. Have you checked your Metal Health lately? Feel the noise as these '80s pop-metal stars do their smash Slade covers Cum On Feel the Noize and Mama Weer All Crazee Now plus Highway To Hell (AC/DC cover), Sign of the Times, and more!
Is a trubute to those artists who have died from drug related deaths (Phil Lynott, Keith Moon, Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, Sid Vicious, Tommy Bolin, John Bonham). Each song is a cover from a band who has lost a member through drugs or alcohol. Featuring such bands as Scorpions, Bon Jovi, Cinderella, Mötley Crüe, Skid Row, Ozzy Osbourne, and more.