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)...
[9/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
Fundie Index: 1
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
means instead of their music.
1/3/2008 3:56:16 PM
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
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
have! All those
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
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
to heel, rendering him
to we mere mortals. 'Iron Man'.
. Judges 1.19, and all that jazz.
...oh yeh! And Tony Stark's making Loki
to we mere mortals via his
(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
You've certainly got 'Big Balls', then. I love that track:
the innuendo just
[/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