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AC/DC - T.N.T. (1975) (Australia Version)

AC/DC - T.N.T. (1975) (Australia Version)

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AC/DC - T.N.T. (1975) (Australia Version)

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Side one

1. "It's a Long Way to the Top (If You Wanna Rock 'n' Roll)"   5:14

2. "Rock 'n' Roll Singer"   5:04

3. "The Jack"   5:53

4. "Live Wire"   5:50

Side two

1. "T.N.T."   3:35

2. "Rocker"   2:55

3. "Can I Sit Next to You Girl"   4:12

4. "High Voltage"   4:20

5. "School Days" (Chuck Berry)   5:22

AC/DC Band Members / Musicians

Bon Scott – lead vocals, bagpipes on "It's a Long Way to the Top"

Angus Young – lead guitar

Malcolm Young – rhythm guitar, backing vocals

Mark Evans – bass guitar on tracks 1–7

Phil Rudd – drums, percussion on tracks 1–7

George Young – bass guitar on tracks 8–9, production

Tony Currenti – drums on tracks 8–9

Harry Vanda – production

Artwork by Richard Ford

T.N.T. is the 2nd studio album by Australian hard rock band AC/DC, released only in Australia, on 1 December 1975. 

After the success of the single "Baby, Please Don't Go" and the album High Voltage, AC/DC returned to Albert Studios in Sydney to record their second LP with producers George Young and Harry Vanda. George was the older brother of guitarists Malcolm Young and Angus Young and had enjoyed his own success in the group the Easybeats. T.N.T. marked a change in direction from AC/DC's debut album, High Voltage, which was released on 17 February 1975, whereas High Voltage featured some experimentation with the styles of its songs and had a variety of personnel filling multiple roles, T.N.T. saw the band fully embrace the formula for which they would become famous: hard-edged, rhythm and blues-based rock and roll. They also simplified their personnel system and would use it from then on out, which was Angus strictly playing lead guitar, Malcolm Young playing rhythm guitar, and the drummer and bassist being the only ones to play drums and bass guitar respectively on the albums. In Murray Engleheart's book AC/DC: Maximum Rock & Roll, producer Harry Vanda states, "I suppose there might have been one or two tracks on the first album, a few things that they were experimenting with, which probably later on they wouldn't have done anymore. So I suppose you could say that T.N.T was the one that really pulled the identity; like, this is AC/DC, there's no doubt about it, that's who it's going to be and that's how it's going to stay."

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