For Those About to Rock (We Salute You) (referred to as For Those About to Rock on its cover) is the eighth studio album by Australian hard rock band AC/DC. It was the band's seventh internationally released studio album and the eighth to be released in Australia. It was released on November 23, 1981. Released in 1981, the album is a follow-up to their highly successful album Back in Black
Put the Finger On You. 3. Let's Get It Up. 4. Inject the Venom. 8. Breaking the Rules.
We Will Rock You" and "Don't Stop Me Now". Their cover of "We Will Rock You" became Five's biggest hit when it made N. in 2000, but also destroyed their career as it provoked a huge backlash from critics and Queen fans alike - many of whom also turned against Roger Taylor and Brian May for contributing to the remake, accusing them of doing it to line their own pockets.
AC/DC is an Australian rock band formed in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia in December 1973 by Angus and Malcolm Young. Their albums have sold in colossal numbers; the total is now estimated at well over 200 million copies worldwide, with the 1980 album Back In Black selling over 21 million in the US alone and 40+ million worldwide, making it, according to statistics, one of the best selling albums in the world, outsold only by Michael Jackson's 'Thriller', and tied. with Pink Floyd's 'Dark Side of the Moon'
When the Queen II album came out in '74, those who heard it were impressed & spiritually uplifted. Also on that session was engineer Mike Stone, yet another highly talented sound man who’d learnt his trade at Abbey Road, sitting in on The Beatles’ Beatles For Sale album and more recently.
But the inclusion of early rock albums and modern torchbearers like Drive-By Truckers also means we didn’t have room for some roots rock standards like Atlanta Rhythm Section, Boz Scaggs and Dixie Dregs, which you’ll find on most every other list. As always for these lists, we limit each act to two albums. Here are the 50 Best Southern Rock Albums of All Time: 50. Sir Doug and the Texas Tornados: Texas Rock for Country Rollers (1976) Is Texas really part of the South? It depends on who you ask, but the answer is no. And yes. It depends.
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|A||Rock You, Rock You (Who Da Funk Remix)
Remix – Who Da Funk
|B1||Rock You, Rock You (Original Mix)|
|B2||Rock You, Rock You (Mission Control Edit)
Remix – Mission Control
|SON 07||Those Two*||Rock You, Rock You (12", Promo)||Sondos||SON 07||US||2001|
|VLMX 853-3||Those Two*||Rock You, Rock You (12")||Tanga Tech||VLMX 853-3||Spain||2002|