10 Songs, 41 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

One of hard rock's all-time greats, Highway to Hell delivers amped-up, brittle, and bluesy tracks sculpted into headbanging fine art under the precise production of Robert John "Mutt" Lange. The cleaner sound packs extra wallop into Angus Young's thunderous riffs and emphasizes the rhythm section's punch. Singer Bon Scott's guttural attack on "Touch Too Much" and the title track attests to his right to wear the thorny crown of Rock God for all eternity.

EDITORS’ NOTES

One of hard rock's all-time greats, Highway to Hell delivers amped-up, brittle, and bluesy tracks sculpted into headbanging fine art under the precise production of Robert John "Mutt" Lange. The cleaner sound packs extra wallop into Angus Young's thunderous riffs and emphasizes the rhythm section's punch. Singer Bon Scott's guttural attack on "Touch Too Much" and the title track attests to his right to wear the thorny crown of Rock God for all eternity.

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