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5 Songs That Prove AC/DC Are Still The Best

Ahead of their Australian tour in November, visiting Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth, and Melbourne, AC/DC have made a resurgence on the Aussie rock music scene, reminding people just how damn legendary they are.

With their hits burnt into our collective national psyche, AC/DC are hitting the road again after, five years on from their last tour and over 40 years since their very first tour in 1974. In the lead-up, we began asking ourselves: where would Australia be without AC/DC? You know what, we don’t even want to know, because it would be one hell of a boring place.

Here’s 5 hits that prove AC/DC are still the best:

1. Let There Be Rock, title track from their 1977 album. Everything you ever wanted to know about the history of rock, wrapped up in one hell of a song.

2. Hells Bells, 1980. If you haven’t seen this hit belted out at your local karaoke, then you’re not from ‘Straya mate. Just try not to sing along.

3. It’s a Long Way to the Top (If You Want to Rock ‘n’ Roll), 1975. This is where it all started folks. This is where the classic Aussie alternative line originated: “It’s a long way to the shop (If you want a sausage roll)”.

4. Highway to Hell (1979), launched AC/DC onto the international scene, fast becoming a rock classic all over the world and cementing their place in rock history. Bloody oath it did.

5. Thunderstruck, 1990. Where would this list be without Thunderstruck? The opening chant alone is enough to give shivers down your spine. This is Aussie rock in all its beautiful glory.

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