AC/DC – Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap

This record was my introduction to AC/DC. As far as I can remember AC/Dc was one of the first bands that I was exposed to by people outside of my immediate family. Instead they were the first band I was introduced to by the older kids from kids on the school bus.

I believe they initially came across my radar because they re-released ‘Dirty Deeds’ in the States in 1982. Because of that re-release the title track and ‘Big Balls’ were getting a little bit of airplay, and entertaining a group of redneck kids on a hill in Holland NY.

Four or five years later I rediscovered this record. I was a bit more familiar with the band by then but was still more into the Brian Johnson stuff, so didn’t get into it as much. It wasn’t until I heard the ‘Highway To Hell’ that I became a huge fan of Bon Scott. Stay tuned for that record.

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My name is Dave and I play at being in the music business. I'm a stagehand, backline tech, musician, songwriter, producer, engineer, videographer, photographer, journalist and graphic artist. In other words, I have a low-level industry job, a few consumer based production programs, a smart phone, a decent computer, and a few other accessories for creating music and video projects and have a basic grasp of how to use all them. I mainly write music reviews of my own record and CD collection, but I occasionally produce some music with horrible videos to go along with them that I post to YouTube, that next to no one watches beside a handful of close friends and family. I've created this sort make-believe record company as a forum to house all of my artistic creations. Mainly so I can direct my friends and family to a single place to check out my stuff if they want. I have no skills or talent in any of these creative endeavors I dabble in but continue to do them anyway. Hopefully, someone will find a use for them, but I don’t plan on stopping anytime soon.

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