ANGUS YOUNG Reveals Most Regrettable AC/DC Song
Angus Young answered his latest interview about the “most regrettable AC/DC song” ever. AC/DC released their new album ‘Power Up‘ also reach number 1 on the Billboard Top 200 charts.
On October 7th, 2020, AC/DC back with a new album also sold 71,000 on CD across all of its editions, 23,000 as a digital download album, and 16,000 on the vinyl LP version. This ‘Power Up‘ is the first hard rock album to number 1 in over a year. That since TOOL‘s long time working ‘Fear Inoculum‘ top at number 1 on the September 14, 2019, chart.
Angus and Malcolm Young founded the band in 1974 and invited Bon Scott. But we lost Bon Scott at the age of 33 in 1980 due to alcohol poisoning. Also, this album is the AC/DC’s 17th studio album and it’s since 2014’s ‘Rock or Bust’ album.
Angus Young also interview with Vulture and reveals the most regrettable AC/DC song:
“On our first album, ‘High Voltage’, we did a love song called ‘Love Song’. That was very different for us. I didn’t know if we were trying to parody love songs of the time, because Bon wrote the lyrics. I don’t even remember what the words are. I remember that song because the guy who worked for us at our record label told us that’s what was on the local radio at the time — very soft music.
He thought we should release that song because it’ll probably get some airplay. I remember thinking, ‘Who in their right mind would want this to go out?’ We were very fortunate, though, because all of the radio stations who had seen us live knew this was not who we were. So these stations started to flip the record over and play the other song, which was a cover of a blues standard called ‘Baby, Please Don’t Go’. We actually scored a hit from the B-side. That was the one saving grace of the song.”