Here’s what the publisher has to say about AC/DC – High Voltage Rock n’ Roll:
This heavy duty 224-page volume follows AC/DC’s long-and-winding career, from the early days as a bar band in Australia, through the tragic passing of singer Bon Scott and their massive comeback success with one of rock’s all-time classic (and best-selling) albums, Back in Black.
Featuring over 400 illustrations (including handbills, posters, backstage passes, and vinyl from around the globe, as well as rare candid and performance photography), and a special “spinner” cover image of Angus Young, AC/DC – High Voltage Rock n’ Roll: The Ultimate Illustrated History is sure to appeal to both the longtime fan and the newcomer.
Sidebars by rock’s finest journalists weighing in on various eras of the AC/DC are included throughout the book, as well as an album-by-album analysis, and info on the guitar gear championed by the Young brothers.
While many AC/DC fans have heard and experienced the group live on stage numerous times over the years, there has simply never been a book which has chronicled the group’s entire history as vividly as AC/DC – High Voltage Rock n’ Roll: The Ultimate Illustrated History.