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AC/DC – Highway To Hell

Posted: May 14, 2010 in Music
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Just thought I would post AC/DC’s Highway To Hell.

If only music today could be much more like this and less like Justin Bieber. Music today is such shit and generic and derivative and full of autotune. I know that I am starting to sound like an old person who doesn’t understand kids today, yet there is no denying that most music played on FOX FM, Nova, Mix FM and the new songs on Triple M are horrible.


The bogans have voted. AC/DC took out the top 5 positions of Triple M’s Ultimate 500 Rock Songs countdown. They had eight songs in the top 31. Now don’t get me wrong, I like AC/DC and all that, I even have quite a few of their cds lying around the house, yet I also like some variety. Now I know that whenever I tune into Triple M they will definitely be playing an AC/DC song. Do we really want to hear T.N.T eight times a day seven days a week? (Also Thunderstruck at #1 WTF!!!)

Some of the other choices in this countdown were quite… odd… to say the very least. Guns ‘N’ Roses insipid cover of Knocking On Heavens Door at #53 and the highest Stones song being It’s Only Rock ‘N’ Roll (But I like It) at #61 show just how odd the voting was. I could do a list of my own top 500, but that would end up being really tedious for me. Here’s just a list of the songs I’ve been most listening to lately. (Where did they come on the list?)

1. Hey Joe – Jimi Hendrix
2. Shake Your Moneymaker – Fleetwood Mac
3. The Seeker – The Who
4. Happy – The Rolling Stones
5. Comin’ Home – Delaney & Bonney & Friends
6. Mama Kin – Aerosmith
7. Lola – The Kinks
8. SWLABR – Cream
9. Hush – Deep Purple
10. Immigrant Song – Led Zeppelin
11. Three Button Hand Me Down- The Faces
12. I Want To Take You Higher – Sly & The Family Stone
13. Rocks Off – The Rolling Stones
14. Evil Ways – Santana
15. Days Like This – Van Morrison
16. Seven Nation Army – The White Stripes
17. Behind Blue Eyes – The Who
18. Dream On – Aerosmith
19. Hard To Handle – The Black Crowes
20. Superstition – Beck, Bogert & Appice