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Comprei o disco do AC/DC e quando abri estava com aspecto de usado... Apresenta leves marcas de arranhado e o selo veio rasgado no centro. Apesar disso não está pulando e as faixas tocam bem... Mas quando você paga 180 reais por um lp espera receber um produtos em PERFEITAS condições. Enfim, não recomendo.
Nothing can be said about this classic album that hasn't been said already, so the review will focus on the reissue vinyl pressing. The pressing is dreadful from about the third track inwards on each side. Horrendous distortion, sibilance and noise throughout more than half of each side, even when played with a high end cartridge with a Microline stylus meticulously adjusted to give perfect playback with 99% of vinyl. Unfortunately this seems to be an issue with these AC/DC reissues. I have Highway to Hell and the Razor's Edge which both exhibit the same issues though they are nowhere near as bad as Back in Black. DO buy the album as it is a must for any collection, but if you want the album on vinyl I would suggest looking for an original or earlier reissue.
Bought this for my husband who had lost his original copy. Its great, and he recommended that I listened to it on the way to an interview to reduce my pre-interview nerves - bizarrely it worked. So I did the same to the 2nd interview, went in pretty calm having just turned it off in the car, and I got the job! You cant concentrate on anything when listening to this classic acdc cd - you zone out. He loves it and now I have pre-interview listening if I ever need it again.
The first thing that jumped out at me when listening to this follow-up to Highway to Hell was the change of vocals. It wasn't a massive change, and Brian Johnson is very suited to the role, but coming after the 5 (or 6) albums prior to this, it was very noticeable. Despite that, the album itself is another predictable but consistently excellent AC/DC release. This took longer than their other albums to really enjoy, as there are a lot of tongue-in-cheek party songs to digest and these are not my favourite usually, but there are very few average tracks here.
Opener 'Hell's Bells' shows a more thoughtful (possibly) band. The riff is akin to a more MOR hard rock tune and the song itself is not the usual rip-roarer that heralds a new AC/DC set. But it is an apt beginning to see the Bon Scott era off and the Brian JOhnson era open for business. 'Shoot to Thrill' is a run of the mill hard rocker that they do so well, and usually in their sleep(!), and it takes a while to truly bed but when it does it sounds miles better than it does on first listen (if that makes any sense at all!). 'What do you do for Money, Honey' is similar insomuch as it sounds pretty awful at first and then the infectious chorus gets you and you have to succumb to its base charms. The same can be said of 'Giving the Dog a Bone' which is a dreadfully misogynistic car crash of a song but is so eminently AC/DC that it really doesn't matter. They follow suit with 'Can I put My Love Into You', a song that is narratively and embarassingly transparent but undeniably catchy. So far so sleazy, yet diabolically tempting.
After years of not knowing what AC/DC track was home to one of the most oft-used riffs (or leads or solos - I never know what this particular one is as it's a bit more involved than a normal riff) that I had heard again and again on tv and on jingles and anything that warranted a cool entrance, I now know that it is 'Back in Black'. What a classic. It embodies all that is AC/DC and gave the world an inimitable sound to cherish. One of the all-time favourite tracks ever. 'You Shook Me All Night' is another party track but is soooooo catchy is has to be bad for you. Another classic. The next 2 tracks are the filler material in my mind. They are still ok songs but lack the punch of the previous bunch. Closer, 'Rock and Roll Aint Noise Pollution' is another grower and, like 'Night Prowler' from Highway... is another slower-paced and dirgey way to end the album. But it, as with a few others on this record, is a classic.
Not completely perfect but definitely on a par with Highway to Hell and Let There Be Rock. There's enough crunchy riffs inside for all....