. “HIGHWAY TO HELL”

Yes, it’s hideously overplayed, but it’s still a classic no matterhow many times classic rock radio stations spin it in a tired attemptenthusiastic disc jockey voice], “Kick off your weekendAC/DC-style… on the Highway. To. Helllllll!” The simplistic guitar
riff Malcolm Young created is right up there with Deep Purple’s riff Malcolm Young created is right up there with Deep Purple’s“Smoke on the Water” and Led Zeppelin’s “Whole Lotta Love”that every guitar wunderkind hopeful spends hours in his bedroomlearning.Lyrically, it’s got everything parents used to fear about rock androll with Satan, partying, speeding down a metaphorical highway andnot only knowing the consequences are pending doom, but embracing thembecause, well, it’s “party time.”

. “HIGHWAY TO HELL”



Yes, it’s hideously overplayed, but it’s still a classic no matterhow many times classic rock radio stations spin it in a tired attemptenthusiastic disc jockey voice], “Kick off your weekendAC/DC-style… on the Highway. To. Helllllll!” The simplistic guitarriff Malcolm Young created is right up there with Deep Purple’s
“Smoke on the Water” and Led Zeppelin’s “Whole Lotta Love” “Smoke on the Water” and Led Zeppelin’s “Whole Lotta Love”that every guitar wunderkind hopeful spends hours in his bedroomlearning.Lyrically, it’s got everything parents used to fear about rock androll with Satan, partying, speeding down a metaphorical highway andnot only knowing the consequences are pending doom, but embracing thembecause, well, it’s “party time.”





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