Doesn’t do anything for me. It’s missing that edge that Rage Against the Machine had. I always found their dumbed-down left wing politics annoying, but I liked the sound they created, especially Tom Morello’s guitar. The Prophets of Rage just sound like a watered-down imitation. And Chuck D sounded much better in Public Enemy.
All the elements were already in place, I see. Robert Plant’s voice was so powerful then. Jimmy Paige’s psychedelic style was just waiting to mature. John Bonham’s drum set was so simple but it wouldn’t get all that more complicated. The tambourine on the hi hat is just waiting to happen. Don’t have any idea what a great musician JPJ is from this, though.
Not exactly hard rockin, but worthy nonetheless…
Shout out to Brother @the_bear
The Mighty Feat, backstage in Auckland, apparently, 1977
My favorite part is the righteous shiner Richie Hayward’s sporting…souvenir of last night’s pub crawl, no doubt
I am old , this is “Heavy” to me. Probably mild to you Metal Heads.
Man, that almost blew my eardrums out! I think I need something light after that…
deep in the jungle… they beat the drums
Oh yeah, that’s what I’m talkin’ about. No school…
Never get tired of AC/DC. They’ve just got that special magic ingredient…
A rat singing?
kidding, I like AC/DC, and have nothing against rats.
Lots of criticisms about AC/DC out there. And I don’t think I disagree with some of it. But there are times when it really hits the spot, like when on a treadmill or like blasting on your car stereo on your first day of vacation. For those about to rock, we salute you!