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Oh yeh! Ever hear of this groups most popular number?--It was called 'Highway to Hell' (Yikes! can't believe I used to like that stuff)...

Nimrod, Rapture Ready 18 Comments [9/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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Actually, AC/DC's highest charting single was "Moneytalks" (it hit #23), and "Back In Black" and "You Shook Me All Night Long" also charted higher than "Highway To Hell".

1/1/2008 7:56:12 PM


We need rock acts like AC/DC and Marilyn Manson to shock and offend uptight fundies in order to draw their attacks away from things like women's rights and freedom of religion.

1/2/2008 3:04:06 AM


Flatworm, you're a freakin' genius! How do we go about making that happen?

You know, other than teaching atheism & evolution in our schools. *Snickers.*

1/2/2008 4:53:38 AM


Frankly, I'm quite fine with them rallying against devil music if it keeps them from trying to get their wacky religion taught as fact in our schools.

1/2/2008 5:04:26 AM



1/3/2008 7:57:24 AM


I'm surprised they're not bitching about what AC/DC's name means instead of their music.

1/3/2008 3:56:16 PM

Mindless Rambler

Actually, their name really does mean Alternating Current/Direct Current.

1/3/2008 7:26:54 PM


yes it does indeed.... took it off a vacuumcleaner, they did!

1/3/2008 9:00:22 PM


Beast: actually it was a sewing machine.

1/3/2008 9:34:50 PM

For Whom The Bell Tolls


Money Talks
You shook me all night long
Back in Black

Do some research.

1/3/2008 9:52:16 PM


Lo, as the idiots grill pork knowing they have Muslim neighbors, so shall I blast "Number of the Beast"... Whether or not I have fundie neighbors...

1/19/2008 2:14:52 AM


AC/DC was one of the greatest Aussie metal bands of the 80s, and I still like them as much as when I was in high school. Don't forget "Hells Bells" (sure to piss of many a fundie), "You Shook Me All Night Long," and "For Those About to Rock (We Salute You)."

1/19/2008 2:47:23 AM


Great song. And the lyric is actually a metaphor for touring.

1/19/2008 2:52:31 AM


Protip: most songs that mention hell aren't actually in great favour of it; and if merely mentioning hell in an abstract, neutral or even negative sense were evil, then the fundies are all fucked.

9/3/2009 2:32:30 PM


My dad can play the theme from "Hell's Bells" on the guitar...so does that make him an evil Satanist? The man who grills me for being Atheistic/Satanistic for listening to Evanescence, for fuck's sake? According to RR logic, yes.

On topic, if they hate AC/DC, they would reallly hate Atreyu, methinks. Nothing comes to mind more than their song "Blow" at times like this.

1/16/2014 9:01:38 PM


I'm betting he still likes it if he only hears it ever few years. My only problem with AC/DC is the album variety isn't very wide and there hits are played too much on radio, repeating playlists.

That being said there's about nine of there songs that I have to crank when they come on radio or my mixed tapes (yes I'm that old, over thirty years of mixed tapes, all type 2 or chrome, they work great today) if you haven't heard them for awhile it's irresistable.

1/17/2014 7:28:30 AM


Did you like "The Avengers"? Of course you did; you must have! All those patriotic Americans - under the banner of S.H.I.E.L.D. & it's director Nick Fury: 'The Avengers Initiative' - defending your country from an alien invasion, led by an extra-dimensional entity - a God if you will - known as Loki.

The first time this entity was dealt with was in Germany, by no less than your greatest symbol & ultra-patriot, the super-soldier Captain America. Helped by Iron Man, in bringing this God to heel, rendering him inferior to we mere mortals. 'Iron Man'. Iron. Judges 1.19, and all that jazz.

...oh yeh! And Tony Stark's making Loki inferior to we mere mortals via his Iron (well, Gold/Titanium alloy) suit's Repulsor Rays? All to the soundtrack - via his hacking in of Black Widow's attack craft's PA - of "Shoot To Thrill" by AC/DC.

Quite the paradox, eh...?! Excelsior! [/Stan Lee, the Great God Jack Kirby]


You've certainly got 'Big Balls', then. I love that track: the innuendo just drips from it! [/Finbarr Saunders] X3

1/17/2014 8:23:13 AM


Yeah, Nimrod, it is a bit tame and boring nowadays, isn't it?

(Not really, just yanking Nimwit's chain...)

1/17/2014 10:36:10 AM

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