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AC/DC - High Voltage (1975) (Australia Version)

AC/DC - High Voltage (1975) (Australia Version)

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AC/DC - High Voltage (Australia Version)

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Side one

1. "Baby, Please Don't Go" (Big Joe Williams)   4:50

2. "She's Got Balls"   4:52

3. "Little Lover"   5:40

4. "Stick Around"   4:39

Side two

1. "Soul Stripper" (A. Young, M. Young)   6:25

2. "You Ain't Got a Hold on Me"   3:31

3. "Love Song"   5:14

4. "Show Business"   4:46

"Baby Please Don't Go", "Soul Stripper", "You Ain't Got a Hold on Me" and "Show Business" were later included on the international release of '74 Jailbreak.

"She's Got Balls" and "Little Lover" were later included on the international version of High Voltage.

"Stick Around" and "Love Song" were never officially released internationally in album form. They were eventually included in the 2009 boxed set Backtracks.

AC/DC Band Members / Musicians

Bon Scott – lead vocals

Angus Young – lead guitar

Malcolm Young – rhythm guitar, backing vocals, bass guitar, lead guitar on tracks 3, 5, 6 and 8

George Young – production, bass guitar, rhythm guitar,[9] backing vocals

Rob Bailey – bass guitar

Peter Clack – drums on track 1

Tony Currenti – drums on tracks 2, 4–8

John Proud - drums on track 3[citation needed]

Harry Vanda – production, backing vocals

Richard Ford – artwork

High Voltage is the debut studio album by Australian hard rock band AC/DC, released only in Australia, on 17 February 1975. Their first international release in 1976 would also be named High Voltage, though with a radically different track list.

In November 1973, guitarists Malcolm Young and Angus Young formed AC/DC and recruited bassist Larry Van Kriedt, vocalist Dave Evans, and Colin Burgess, ex-Masters Apprentices drummer. Soon the Young brothers decided that Evans was not a suitable frontman for the group; they felt he was more of a glam rocker like Gary Glitter. The band had recorded only one single with Evans, "Can I Sit Next To You Girl", with "Rockin' in the Parlour" as the B-side. In September 1974, Ronald Belford "Bon" Scott, an experienced vocalist and friend of producer George Young, replaced Dave Evans after friend Vince Lovegrove recommended him. The addition of Scott redefined the band; like the Young brothers, Scott had been born in Scotland before emigrating to Australia in his childhood, and loved rock and roll, especially Little Richard. Scott had played in the Valentines, the Spektors and Fraternity. In a 2010 interview with Mojo's Sylvie Simmons, Angus Young recalled that Scott "moulded the character of AC/DC... Everything became more down to earth and straight ahead. That's when we became a band."

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