Mark Evans, Bon Scott, Angus Young, Phil Rudd, Malcolm Young
On the 30th May 1976 the AC/DC debut for all fans outside Australia was released – the international version of „High Voltage„.
Seven from the nine songs were taken from the Australian release „T.N.T.“, the tracks „She’s got Balls“ (with Peter Clack on drums) and „Little Lover“ (John Proud on drums) are originally from the Australian debut album „High Voltage„.
The LP was released in two different covers – the UK version features a drawing of Bon Scott and Angus Young (as you see listed below).
Phil Rudd, Angus Young, Mark Evans, Malcolm Young and Bon Scott
On the 1st December 1975 the second AC/DC album „T.N.T.“ was released in Australia. And it also remarks the beginning of the classic line up featuring Mark Evans as the new bass player in the band. Like the debut „High Voltage„, also „T.N.T.“ was only available in Australia and most songs of the album were available later on the worldwide versions of „High Voltage“ and „Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap“.
Some remarkable things:
The song „Rock’n’Roll Singer“ is titled as „Rock’n’Singer“.
„Can I sit next to you Girl“ was recorded before with the first AC/DC singer Dave Evans and released on 22nd July 1974 as a single.
The new version on „T.N.T.“ is slightly different and approximately one minute longer.
The Chuck Berry song „School Days“ was until 1997 only available on this release. Then it was available on the „Bonfire“ box set.
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