AC/DC – Rock Or Bust (Remastered) (2014/2020) [FLAC, 24bit, 96 kHz]

AC/DC - Rock Or Bust (Remastered) (2014/2020) [FLAC, 24bit, 96 kHz] Download

Artist: AC/DC
Album: Rock Or Bust (Remastered)
Genre: Hard Rock
Release Date: 2014/2020
Audio Format: FLAC (tracks) 24bit, 96 kHz
Duration: 34:58
Total Tracks: 11
Total Size: 850 MB


1-01. AC/DC – Rock or Bust (03:03)
1-02. AC/DC – Play Ball (02:47)
1-03. AC/DC – Rock the Blues Away (03:24)
1-04. AC/DC – Miss Adventure (02:57)
1-05. AC/DC – Dogs of War (03:35)
1-06. AC/DC – Got Some Rock & Roll Thunder (03:22)
1-07. AC/DC – Hard Times (02:44)
1-08. AC/DC – Baptism By Fire (03:30)
1-09. AC/DC – Rock the House (02:42)
1-10. AC/DC – Sweet Candy (03:09)
1-11. AC/DC – Emission Control (03:41)

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Rock or Bust is the sixteenth studio album by Australian hard rock band AC/DC, released on 28 November 2014. It is their fifteenth internationally released studio album and the sixteenth to be released in Australia. Rock or Bust was the group’s first album without founding member and rhythm guitarist Malcolm Young, who had retired from the band in 2014 due to health concerns, although he co-wrote every track on the album. Bass guitarist Cliff Williams has also retired since Rock or Bust was released, while drummer Phil Rudd was unable to participate in the supporting tour after being sentenced to house arrest, and it is also the band’s final official studio album to feature vocalist Brian Johnson before he was forced to exit the band after the fifth leg of the album’s supporting tour as a result of hearing loss with original Guns N’ Roses lead singer Axl Rose taking his place as the full time lead singer in March 2016.
Economy counts for a lot on an AC/DC record. As meaty as they are, they sound best when they’re lean — when there’s not much fat on the bone, when they choose not to indulge in a fourth chord. Rock or Bust, the group’s 15th studio album, benefits from a modest sense of scale. It’s just 11 songs, the fewest number of cuts since 1995’s Rick Rubin-produced Ballbreaker, but a better way to view it is that it’s not even 35 minutes long, making it the shortest album AC/DC have ever released. Maybe that’s a reflection of the album’s difficult birth. During recording, the band revealed that founding guitarist Malcolm Young was suffering from dementia, leaving his brother Angus in full charge of the band. Angus and producer Brendan O’Brien, who helmed the group’s 2008 predecessor, Black Ice, enlisted the Young brothers’ nephew Stevie to fill out some parts and the band whipped the record into shape in short order (admittedly with not much help from drummer Phil Rudd, who was tardy in the studio and effectively left the band in a cloud of criminal allegations prior to the album’s release). Malcolm may have been missing but his presence is felt. Angus completed the songs from old riff tapes he and his brother demoed, so Rock or Bust doesn’t feel markedly different than any other AC/DC album. If anything, it’s oddly light on its feet, with “Got Some Rock & Roll Thunder” and “Hard Times” containing some swing and air in their rhythms and “Sweet Candy” feeling like part of a line of nasty bubblegum rock that stretches back to the early days of Harry Vanda and George Young. This being an AC/DC album, Rock or Bust isn’t perfect — the biggest stumble is the heavy dirge of “Dogs of War,” which may or may not be a protest song — but the entire thing moves, never wasting time on extraneous licks, and this no-nonsense approach means the songs stick in a way they never did on Black Ice. If Rock or Bust does indeed wind up as the final AC/DC record — they did indeed weather many setbacks during its creation — it will stand as a suitable career-capper. It may be no different than what came before, but Rock or Bust is by many measures stronger than most latter-day AC/DC albums, serving as a testament to why their good-humored raunch and industrial-strength riffs made them a rock & roll institution. (Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AMG)

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