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The Jack - AC/DC - It Smells Rock N Roll (CD)

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  1. She's got the jack, jack, jack, jack, jack, jack, jack She's got the jack Poker face was her name Poker face was her nature Poker straight was her game If she knew she could get you She played 'em fast And she played 'em hard She could close her eyes And feel every card But how was I to know That she'd been shuffled before Said she'd never had.
  2. Listen to your favorite songs from High Voltage by AC/DC Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  3. Nov 27,  · Notes about strumming patterns: X = percussive/fully muted strum, x + arrow = Palm Muting. Begin the song with X DU = beat 8 in first pattern. When repeating it, Malcolm plays the X, Angus d.
  4. The Home of the Classics, B-sides and Much More in Rock n' Roll and Heavy Metal. Garage is where you find everything about the best genre of music.
  5. The album has sold 22 million units in the U.S. alone, where it is the fifth-highest-selling album of all-time. AC/DC ranked fourth on VH1’s list of the “ Greatest Artists of Hard Rock.
  6. This was released in Australia in on AC/DC's second album, T.N.T. Their first two Australian releases were combined to form High Voltage in , which was their first album released worldwide. In concert, Bon Scott would sometimes share with the crowd a more direct set of .
  7. The double CD version is as satisfying a “Best of AC/DC” as you could hope to find, covering bangers from all eras of the band. Though their albums had begun to decline in quality by this point, these dudes’ popularity really lived and died on their electrifying live shows, so a crystal clear live album like this is arguably the best way to experience them.
  8. In fact, as it opens with the "Highway to Hell" boogie of "Rock N Roll Train," the stuttering "Skies on Fire" and "Big Jack," it seems that Black Ice might be the great latter-day AC/DC record the group has yet to deliver, but as the next 12 tracks spool out over the next hour, the album slowly slides into a too-comfortable groove, fueled by.

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