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  1.  
    2 discs, 32 tracks.

    + Disc 1 - Bon Scott (16 tracks) +

    it's a long way to the top
    tnt
    high voltage

    ddddc
    problem child
    jailbreak

    let there be rock
    hell ain't a bad place to be
    whole lotta rosie

    riff raff
    sin city
    gone shootin'

    highway to hell
    girls got rhythm
    touch too much
    if you want blood

    + Disc 2 - Brian Johnson (16 tracks) +

    hells bells
    shoot to thrill
    back in black
    you shook me all night long
    have a drink on me

    ftatr
    guns for hire
    sink the pink
    who made who
    heatseeker

    thunderstruck
    moneytalks
    are you ready

    big gun
    ballbreaker
    rock n roll train
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  3.  
    Side one: Trade Gimme A Bullet for Gone Shootin' and it gets exponentially better.

    Side two: tough to argue the first five but you can't put half an album on this so lose.... um, fuck! You Shook Me... Only because everyone and their mom has heard it 1,000,000 times.

    Lose Moneytalks, Big Gun and RRT and add Bedlam In Belgium, Evil Walks and either This House Is On Fire or Snowballed. And switch Sink for the title track.

    Not being a dick, just MHO. You're close there for the big hits but would like a few deeper cuts.
  4.  
    But greatest "hits" says "hits" so fuck what I said...
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      AC/DC rock music: DrBelford
    • Jan 17th 2020
     
    Basically agree with all of the above, except: BBB and RO needs to be included to make it a definitive collection.
  5.  
    who made who..album
    backtracks..album
    ironman...album
  6.  
    I really hope they stick with the stance against an all out greatest hits album. It surely has the effect of making people check out albums instead of purely buying/streaming from one album/source
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    "The Very Best Of AC/DC"

    IALWTTT
    HV
    TNT
    JB
    DDDDC
    LTBR
    WLR
    RNRD
    HTH
    BIB
    HB
    STT
    YSMANL
    FTATR
    LGIU
    STP
    WMW
    HS
    TTWIWRAR
    TS
    MT
    BG
    HAAR
    SUL
    RART
    AG
    ROB
    PB

    "Best Of The Blues" (Bonus Disc)

    TJ
    BM
    CYIO
    SB
    HT
  8.  
    What would that be good for? Personally, I would say nothing.
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      AC/DC rock music: SHOO23L
    • Jan 20th 2020
     
    A greatest hits album by definition shouldn't include deep cuts or album tracks. So, high-charting singles/songs that received a lot of radio airplay; their 'most famous' songs. Even this list could probably be cut down by another 5 or so to round it out at 30.

    1 It's A Long Way To The Top
    2 TNT
    3 High Voltage
    4 Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap
    5 Jailbreak
    6 Problem Child
    7 Let There Be Rock
    8 Whole Lotta Rosie
    9 Rock N' Roll Damnation
    10 Sin City
    11 Highway To Hell
    12 Girls Got Rhythm
    13 Shot Down In Flames
    14 Hells Bells
    15 Shoot To Thrill
    16 Back In Black
    17 You Shook Me All Night Long
    18 For Those About To Rock
    19 Let's Get It Up
    20 Flick of the Switch
    21 Guns For Hire
    22 Shake Your Foundations
    23 Sink The Pink
    24 Who Made Who
    25 Heatseeker
    26 That's The Way I Wanna Rock N' Roll
    27 Thunderstruck
    28 Moneytalks
    29 Are You Ready
    30 Big Gun
    31 Hard As A Rock
    32 Stiff Upper Lip
    33 Rock N' Roll Train
    34 Play Ball
    35 Rock or Bust
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    it would obviously have to be a double Cd or what not or triple

    Side 1 BON
    Side 2 BJ
    Side 3 live-- combo of both singers on tour
    • AC/DC rock music: itude
    • 6 days ago
     
    I know a lot of people have been saying that AC/DC were against greatest hits albums, but I distinctly recall a magazine interview when they were releasing Blow where Malcolm stated that he didn’t agree with greatest hits albums until after a band was done. At the time many bands were releasing greatest hits packages as a way of finishing record deals so they could go elsewhere. It always stuck in my head as I thought it highlighted the bands integrity. To summarise, when we hear that they are releasing a greatest hits it will tell me they are done as a band.
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      AC/DC rock music: 7seven
    • 6 days ago edited
     
    Posted By: SHOO23LA greatest hits album by definition shouldn't include deep cuts or album tracks. So, high-charting singles/songs that received a lot of radio airplay; their 'most famous' songs. Even this list could probably be cut down by another 5 or so to round it out at 30.

    1 It's A Long Way To The Top
    2 TNT
    3 High Voltage
    4 Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap
    5 Jailbreak
    6 Problem Child
    7 Let There Be Rock
    8 Whole Lotta Rosie
    9 Rock N' Roll Damnation
    10 Sin City
    11 Highway To Hell
    12 Girls Got Rhythm
    13 Shot Down In Flames
    14 Hells Bells
    15 Shoot To Thrill
    16 Back In Black
    17 You Shook Me All Night Long
    18 For Those About To Rock
    19 Let's Get It Up
    20 Flick of the Switch
    21 Guns For Hire
    22 Shake Your Foundations
    23 Sink The Pink
    24 Who Made Who
    25 Heatseeker
    26 That's The Way I Wanna Rock N' Roll
    27 Thunderstruck
    28 Moneytalks
    29 Are You Ready
    30 Big Gun
    31 Hard As A Rock
    32 Stiff Upper Lip
    33 Rock N' Roll Train
    34 Play Ball
    35 Rock or Bust


    When we talk about "high-charting singles/songs that received a lot of radio airplay" we also have to look on this few tracks

    Touch too much (29 UK / 13 germany)
    R'n'R ain't noise pollution (15 UK)
    Nervous shakedown (35 UK)
    Danger ( 48 UK)
    Hail caesar (56 UK)

    For example there's no chart entry for "Sin city", "Girls got Rhythm", "Flick of the switch" or "Sink the pink"

    And i wouldn't forget about the long time most played live song "The Jack" :-)
    • AC/DC rock music: Rocco
    • 6 days ago
     
    Posted By: 7seven
    Posted By: SHOO23LA greatest hits album by definition shouldn't include deep cuts or album tracks. So, high-charting singles/songs that received a lot of radio airplay; their 'most famous' songs. Even this list could probably be cut down by another 5 or so to round it out at 30.

    1 It's A Long Way To The Top
    2 TNT
    3 High Voltage
    4 Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap
    5 Jailbreak
    6 Problem Child
    7 Let There Be Rock
    8 Whole Lotta Rosie
    9 Rock N' Roll Damnation
    10 Sin City
    11 Highway To Hell
    12 Girls Got Rhythm
    13 Shot Down In Flames
    14 Hells Bells
    15 Shoot To Thrill
    16 Back In Black
    17 You Shook Me All Night Long
    18 For Those About To Rock
    19 Let's Get It Up
    20 Flick of the Switch
    21 Guns For Hire
    22 Shake Your Foundations
    23 Sink The Pink
    24 Who Made Who
    25 Heatseeker
    26 That's The Way I Wanna Rock N' Roll
    27 Thunderstruck
    28 Moneytalks
    29 Are You Ready
    30 Big Gun
    31 Hard As A Rock
    32 Stiff Upper Lip
    33 Rock N' Roll Train
    34 Play Ball
    35 Rock or Bust


    When we talk about "high-charting singles/songs that received a lot of radio airplay" we also have to look on this few tracks

    Touch too much (29 UK / 13 germany)
    R'n'R ain't noise pollution (15 UK)
    Nervous shakedown (35 UK)
    Danger ( 48 UK)
    Hail caesar (56 UK)

    For example there's no chart entry for "Sin city", "Girls got Rhythm", "Flick of the switch" or "Sink the pink"

    And i wouldn't forget about the long time most played live song "The Jack" :-)


    I would also ad Baby Please Don't Go since it was the song that first broke 'em in Australia and landed 'em multiple appearances on Countdown.