Not the best photo I've ever shot of a record cover (or merged), but this post has been in draft form for many months, while I waited to get a version of a Guest Post from from my pal Scott. Rather than bug him, I am going ahead without him. Scott won't mind. I was reading a book recently on AC/DC, and found out that Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap was almost not released in the US. It was not until five years after it was first released in Australia, AC/DC's homeland, and after lead singer Bon Scott had died - that the US version came out. Some of the songs here are the aptly named "Rocker," and - "There's Gonna Be Some Rockin'" - some say a tad mellow for this band, which does not do mellow. Every show I've seen, they have always played the title cut, which opens this album. "Problem Child" is standard-issue AC/DC. Plus "Squealer." One of the great rock songs ever is called, "Ain't No Fun (Waiting Round to Be a Millionaire)" - the story of trying to make it big. And "Ride On" is a nice bluesy number. The band's lineup here had Mark Evans on bass, later replaced by Cliff Williams. Many people think this is AC/DC's best album. It's right up there.