Highway to Hell ist ein Lied der australischen Rockband AC/DC. Es wurde im Juli vorab als erste Single aus ihrem gleichnamigen Album veröffentlicht. Ein leichtes Leben. Freie Liebe. Ich habe eine Jahreskarte für diese Einbahnstraße. Ich verlange Nichts, lass´ mich einfach. Alles auf meinem Weg nehme ich. Wäre die Welt des Rock ein Rindvieh, er hätte ihr sein Brandzeichen aufgedrückt: Angus Young, Leadgitarrist von AC/DC. Mit "Highway To Hell" hat er eine.
Highway to HellAm Juli veröffentlichte die australische Hardrock-Formation AC/DC ihr sechstes Studioalbum „Highway to Hell“. Allein in den USA wurden über sieben. Highway to Hell (engl. für „Autobahn zur Hölle“) ist das sechste Studioalbum der australischen Hard-Rock-Band AC/DC. Es wurde veröffentlicht und war. Wäre die Welt des Rock ein Rindvieh, er hätte ihr sein Brandzeichen aufgedrückt: Angus Young, Leadgitarrist von AC/DC. Mit "Highway To Hell" hat er eine.
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Elf 6. The Polar Express 7. A Christmas Carol. Sessions for the album—15 hours a day, day-in day-out, for over two months—were gruelling. Songs were worked and reworked.
We were all minimalist. We felt it was the best way to be He knew we were all dedicated so he sort of got it. But he made sure the tracks were solid, and he could hear if a snare just went off.
He would zero in—and he was good too on the vocal side. Even Bon was impressed with how he could get his voice to sound. Mutt sat in his seat and did it without standing up!
That was when they all went, 'What the fucking hell we dealing with here? The melodic backing vocals was a new element to the band's sound, but the polish that Lange added did not detract from the band's characteristic crunch, thereby satisfying the band and Atlantic Records at the same time.
Lange also taught Angus some useful lessons, instructing him to play his solos while sitting next to the producer. It was fantastic!
And that really stood them all to attention on Mutt too. He really massaged them into what became that album".
The album's most famous song is its title track. From the outset, Atlantic Records hated the idea of using the song as the album title, with Angus recalling to Guitar World ' s Alan Di Perna in And all we'd done is describe what it's like to be on the road for four years, like we'd been.
A lot of it was bus and car touring, with no real break. It really was. When you're sleeping with the singer's socks two inches from your nose, that's pretty close to hell.
We were in Miami and we were flat broke. Malcolm and I were playing guitars in a rehearsal studio, and I said, "I think I have a good idea for an intro", which was the beginning of "Highway to Hell".
And he hopped on a drum kit and he banged out the beat for me. There was a guy in there working with us and he took the cassette we had it on home and gave it to his kid, and his kid unraveled it [laughs].
Bon was good at fixing broken cassettes, and he pasted it back together. So at least we didn't lose the tune. The words to "Highway to Hell" took on a new resonance when Scott drank himself to death in AllMusic 's Steve Huey observes:.
The lyrics displayed a fierce, stubborn independence in his choice of lifestyle "Askin' nothin', leave me be"; "nobody's gonna slow me down" , but not really loneliness of hell: "goin' down!
It's ironic that Scott seems most alive when facing death with the fearless bravado of "Highway to Hell", yet it's undeniably true, especially given his positively unhinged performance.
The untutored ugliness of his voice; the playfulness with which he used it to his advantage; the wails, growls, screeches, and scratches - all these qualities combine to give the song an unbridled enthusiasm without which it might take on an air of ambivalence.
In his band memoir, Murray Engelheart reveals that Scott felt the lyrics of songs like "Gone Shootin'" from the preceding Powerage were "simply too serious.
The song "If You Want Blood You've Got It " borrowed the title of the band's live album from the previous year and stemmed from Scott's response to a journalist at the Day on the Green festival in July when asked what they could expect from the band, Scott replied, "Blood".
The opening guitar riff of "Beating Around the Bush" has been referred to by journalist Phil Sutcliffe as "almost a tribute Asked "What's the worst record you've ever made?
The phrase closed the album. Additionally, the East German release had different and much plainer designs on the front and back, apparently because the authorities were not happy with the sleeve as released elsewhere.
Greg Kot of Rolling Stone writes, "The songs are more compact, the choruses fattened by rugby-team harmonies. Published by Edward B.
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