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      AC/DC rock music: gunforhire
    • Apr 7th 2014 edited
     
    I'm thinking of making a compilation of rare-ish AC/DC songs called FanTracks with live recordings from the soundboard at various shows. I'm deciding to make this mainly because of how disappointing the real Backtracks was and it's also aiming to be an album that you'd listen to on your iPod because having lots of the complete shows on it will take up a lot of space. I need some suggestions of songs to put onto the compilation because I'm getting a bit stuck, if anyone's interested.
    Some songs I'm thinking of maybe including are:
    IALWTTT (Haymarket '77)
    Soul Stripper (Festival Hall '74)
    FOTW (Dallas '85)
    TTWIWRNR (Johnson City '88)
    WAOY (Jaap Edenhal '79)
    Rocker (Nashville '78)
    The Jack (San Francisco '77)
    BPDG (Agora '77)
    YSMANL (Phoenix 2000)

    Are the suggestions I made any good (be brutally honest)?

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      AC/DC rock music: Jem
    • Apr 7th 2014
     
    Great idea.
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    Posted By: JemGreat idea.


    Thanks
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    Stuff from FOTS and FTATR , ie Bedlam in Belgium and I Put The Finger On You
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    Posted By: AngusRudd1019Stuff from FOTS and FTATR , ie Bedlam in Belgium and I Put The Finger On You


    Both of those songs exist in SBD form. BIB from Largo '83 and PTFOY from Largo '81 so they're valid choices
    • AC/DC rock music: ACDCLIVE11
    • Apr 7th 2014 edited
     
    i have made a few these will be interesting to see what you finish with.
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    Posted By: DCforlife
    Posted By: AngusRudd1019Stuff from FOTS and FTATR , ie Bedlam in Belgium and I Put The Finger On You


    Both of those songs exist in SBD form. BIB from Largo '83 and PTFOY from Largo '81 so they're valid choices


    That is why I choose them :)
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    Posted By: AngusRudd1019
    Posted By: DCforlife
    Posted By: AngusRudd1019Stuff from FOTS and FTATR , ie Bedlam in Belgium and I Put The Finger On You


    Both of those songs exist in SBD form. BIB from Largo '83 and PTFOY from Largo '81 so they're valid choices


    That is why I choose them :)


    And also because they are fantastic versions; Put the Finger especially.
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      AC/DC rock music: gunforhire
    • Apr 7th 2014 edited
     
    Posted By: ACDCLIVE11would use a YSMANL from 83 to 86 if it was me. even if its not a console.
    there is a good one here.


    I've listened over some from that period in my collection and I've decided on Melbourne '81.
    Actually, now I'm not so sure. The Phoenix 2000 version is just as good.

    Which version do you guys prefer?
    • AC/DC rock music: ACDCLIVE11
    • Apr 7th 2014 edited
     
    Posted By: DCforlife
    Posted By: ACDCLIVE11would use a YSMANL from 83 to 86 if it was me. even if its not a console.
    there is a good one here.


    I've listened over some from that period in my collection and I've decided on Melbourne '81.
    Actually, now I'm not so sure. The Phoenix 2000 version is just as good.

    Which version do you guys prefer?


    only my thinking 83 to 86 are best ones the guitars seem to have more punch.
    brian has that killer spoken intro.
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    Posted By: ACDCLIVE11
    Posted By: DCforlife
    Posted By: ACDCLIVE11would use a YSMANL from 83 to 86 if it was me. even if its not a console.
    there is a good one here.


    I've listened over some from that period in my collection and I've decided on Melbourne '81.
    Actually, now I'm not so sure. The Phoenix 2000 version is just as good.

    Which version do you guys prefer?


    only my thinking 83 to 86 are best ones. brian has that killer spoken intro.


    I would've used the Detroit version but it was already on Backtracks. I'll relisten to Dallas, Irvine and Austin
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    I made a huge compilation of B-Sides and other cool songs all lossless but I never shared it,because I was still tracking down songs/wanted to keep adding lol.


    I made a boot for Spellbound a few years ago that had a majority of those songs.I was thinking of calling mine between the tracks of I ever finished it.

    Will be cool to hear what you do though man.
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    Posted By: nitroangus23I made a huge compilation of B-Sides and other cool songs all lossless but I never shared it,because I was still tracking down songs/wanted to keep adding lol.


    I made a boot for Spellbound a few years ago that had a majority of those songs.I was thinking of calling mine between the tracks of I ever finished it.

    Will be cool to hear what you do though man.


    Thanks :)
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    Posted By: nitroangus23I made a huge compilation of B-Sides and other cool songs all lossless but I never shared it,because I was still tracking down songs/wanted to keep adding lol.


    I made a boot for Spellbound a few years ago that had a majority of those songs.I was thinking of calling mine between the tracks of I ever finished it.

    Will be cool to hear what you do though man.


    Do you think that the suggestions I made in the first post are any good?
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    Touch too Much, Rock N Roll Singer, Sin City and Rock N Roll Damnation would make nice additions.
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    It doesn't have to be a console; just around the same quality as one
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    I think I'll stick with roughly the same ones I picked at the start
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    I'll upload a rough version soon and get some people's opinions on whether to change the tracks or not
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    The first one's going to be a Bon-only one
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    Posted By: nitroangus23I made a huge compilation of B-Sides and other cool songs all lossless but I never shared it,because I was still tracking down songs/wanted to keep adding lol.


    I made a boot for Spellbound a few years ago that had a majority of those songs.I was thinking of calling mine between the tracks of I ever finished it.

    Will be cool to hear what you do though man.


    I lost the original compilation RAR because the laptop that contained the file (among every other bastard thing I wished I had backed up) shit itself. Still have a lot of the files you sent though, that was a fantastic compilation. Can't thank you enough for that mate.
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      AC/DC rock music: gunforhire
    • Apr 8th 2014 edited
     
    Tracklisting
    01) Live Wire (12.11.1979)
    02) Jailbreak (30.01.1977)
    03) She's Got Balls (22.08.1977)
    04) Sin City (16.10.1979)
    05) UTMNIY (03.09.1977)
    06) Baby, Please Don't Go (22.08.1977)
    07) Show Business (31.12.1974)
    08) Walk All Over You (12.11.1979)
    09) BBB (28.10.1978)
    10) The Jack (03.09.1977)
    11) Can I Sit Next To You, Girl (30.01.1977)
    12) High Voltage (22.08.1977)
    13) Gone Shootin' (21.08.1978)
    14) Whole Lotta Rosie (08.08.1978)
    15) IYWB (02.11.1979)
    16) Soul Stripper (31.12.1974)
    17) Rocker (28.10.1978)
    18) IALWTTT (30.01.1977)
    19) LTBR (*pending*)
    I've tried to fit in the songs to make it a bit like an AC/DC live setlist
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      AC/DC rock music: benji
    • Apr 8th 2014
     
    I'm looking forward to this :)
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      AC/DC rock music: bonlives
    • Apr 8th 2014
     
    Posted By: nitroangus23I made a huge compilation of B-Sides and other cool songs all lossless but I never shared it
    Sure about that? I have a massive collection of b-sides - called the "Complete B-Sides" collection or something similar.. great playlist!
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    Posted By: Leroy Kincade 56Touch too Much, Rock N Roll Singer, Sin City and Rock N Roll Damnation would make nice additions.


    Touch Too Much was never played live and I don't have a console version of Rock n Roll Singer. Sin City's going on though. I don't think I have RnR Damnation either (I'll have to check)
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      AC/DC rock music: bonlives
    • Apr 8th 2014
     
    Just checked - it was provided by imma_rocker with help from *cliff* from acdc-bootlegs.

    41 B-Sides in the compilation.
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    Should I normalise the audio?
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      AC/DC rock music: bonlives
    • Apr 8th 2014
     
    Problem Child (Live '76)
    Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap (Live '76)
    Hell Ain't a Bad Place to Be (Live '78)
    Dog Eat Dog (Live '78)
    Whole Lotta Rosie (Live '78)
    Rock n Roll Damnation (Live '78)
    Let There Be Rock (Live '78)
    Live Wire (Live '79)
    Shot Down in Flames (Live '79)
    Back In Black (Live '81)
    Put The Finger on You (Live '81)
    Let's Get it Up (Live '81)
    T.N.T. (Live '81)
    Let There Be Rock (Live '81)
    For Those About to Rock (Live '81)
    Sin City (Live '83)
    This House is on Fire (Live '83)
    Rock and Roll Ain't Noise Pollution (Live '83)
    Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap (Live '83)
    Jailbreak (Live '85)
    Guns For Hire (Live '83, released in '86)
    Shes Got Balls (Live '86)
    You Shook Me All Night Long (Live '83, released in '86, studio vocals over live music)
    Shoot to Thrill (Live '91)
    Hell Ain't a Bad Place to Be (Live '91)
    The Jack (Live '91)
    Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap (Live '91)
    Hells Bells (Live '91)
    High Voltage (Live '91)
    Whole Lotta Rosie (Live '91)
    Back in Black (Live '91)
    Highway to Hell (Live '91)
    For Those About to Rock (Live '91)
    Back in Black (Live '96, released in '00)
    Hard as a Rock (Live '96, released in '00)
    Ballbreaker (Live '96, released in '00)
    Whole Lotta Rosie (Live '96, released in '00)
    Let There Be Rock (Live '96, released in '00)
    Safe in New York City (Live 2000)
    Stiff Upper Lip (Live '03, released on plug me in cd sampler)
    Thunderstruck (Live '03, released on plug me in cd sampler)
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      AC/DC rock music: bonlives
    • Apr 8th 2014
     
    (sorry for crashing your thread DC!)
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    Posted By: bonlives(sorry for crashing your thread DC!)


    It's completely fine :)

    (What was Problem Child Live '76 released as a B-Side to?)
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      AC/DC rock music: bonlives
    • Apr 8th 2014
     
    (Not sure, I have the same question, and for others in that list too)
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    Posted By: bonlives
    Posted By: nitroangus23I made a huge compilation of B-Sides and other cool songs all lossless but I never shared it
    Sure about that? I have a massive collection of b-sides - called the "Complete B-Sides" collection or something similar.. great playlist!


    I am quite positive (: Ya see,I took that bootleg as a template,a user posted it on acdcbootlegs years ago under the name Let There Be Blood, which has all the songs you just listed.

    I went and sourced all those songs from various CD,DVD/vinyl/soundboard boots so they were perfect quailty.

    Not only did I have those songs,but I added songs that existed in fantastic quality such as Gone Shooting from Nashville and ect. Basically rare songs that weren't official B sides.

    Mine was a huge quality upgrade (although the original boot sounded great too, not taking away from it.)
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    May get around to finishing it eventually,still packed away on my hard drive.

    (Oh and spellbound I kept that bootleg I made you, since I remixed a bunch of the songs especially for that boot.Could prob find it as well.)
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    Posted By: DCforlife
    Posted By: nitroangus23I made a huge compilation of B-Sides and other cool songs all lossless but I never shared it,because I was still tracking down songs/wanted to keep adding lol.


    I made a boot for Spellbound a few years ago that had a majority of those songs.I was thinking of calling mine between the tracks of I ever finished it.

    Will be cool to hear what you do though man.


    Do you think that the suggestions I made in the first post are any good?


    They are fine choices man.

    Just don't be like me, I had a lot of songs built up for my bootleg, always wanted to add and add more, to the point I lost interest lol.Don't get consumed by it haha, I have figured out you can't get 'em all in, save a few for Volume II.
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    @DC: If I were you, I'd switch Soul Stripper from Festival Hall with Can I Sit Next to You (or Show Business) and Baby Please Don't Go, and then used Soul Stripper from that BBC recording. I'd also use She's Got Balls from Bondi Lifesavers instead of the Agora version.

    Either way, it sounds great!
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    Posted By: Leroy Kincade 56TRock N Roll Damnation would make a nice addition.


    I have one from Holland in 1978 that I'll add
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    Posted By: Spellbound@DC: If I were you, I'd switch Soul Stripper from Festival Hall with Can I Sit Next to You (or Show Business) and Baby Please Don't Go, and then used Soul Stripper from that BBC recording. I'd also use She's Got Balls from Bondi Lifesavers instead of the Agora version.

    Either way, it sounds great!


    Great advice; I'll take this on board
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    Posted By: bonlives(Not sure, I have the same question, and for others in that list too)


    Problem Child - Live '76 was on the PMI Radio Sampler
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      AC/DC rock music: gunforhire
    • Apr 15th 2014 edited
     
    Final artwork
    FRONT COVER
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    BACK COVER
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    DOWNLOAD LINK COMING SOON
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    Nice cover
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    Posted By: AngusRudd1019Nice cover


    Thanks