#1 Back In BlackReleased in 1981On Album Back in BlackDid you know this song is a tribute to their former band member Bon Scott? The song is considered one of the greatest rock songs of all-time and rose to number thirty-seven on the Billboard Hot 100.
On Friday night, monsters of rock AC/DC performed a spectacular two-hour set on a stage specially erected beside the main Maurice Jones stage, a set resplendent with all their iconic hits such as Back In Black and Hell's Bells, and a massive stage production that involved a giant train and an inflatable Rosie, based on the infamous woman in the song.
The Pirate Bay, while being considered illegal, actually has legitimate and perfectly legal uses. Linux distros anyone? Or what about The Promo Bay? Also perfectly legal and features ONLY music by bands who put their music on there and want it downloaded. Some of which ends up on TPB.
More and more the labels are contractually requiring those services to block individual downloads of key tracks on every album (usually the most popular tracks) in a bid to coerce customers into buying the whole album to get that one track they want.
I was in Best Buy the other day and I saw they had a certain new release CD for $10. Not bad, but why would I even pay $10 when I can download it for free and put that $10 towards something else like gas or food?
Further, because of the widespread illegal downloading, companies that shortchange/ripoff artists, like Spotify, get footholds but their model is i a large degree a beneficiary of the illegal downloading problem.
Limited double vinyl LP pressing in gatefold sleeve. Includes digital download. Greatest Hits is Bruce Springsteen's first compilation album, released February 27, 1995, on Columbia Records. It is a collection of some of Springsteen's hit singles and popular album tracks through the years along with four new songs at the end, mostly recorded with the E Street Band in 1995. The latter constituted Springsteen's first (albeit very partial) release with his backing band since the late 1980s. Some of the songs are shorter versions of the original album releases. The incorporation of the "new" tracks was portrayed in the 1996 documentary Blood Brothers. "Murder Incorporated" and "This Hard Land" were, in fact, unused 1982 songs from the Born in the U.S.A. sessions, with the latter being re-recorded here more than a decade later, and both subsequently became Springsteen concert staples. The compilation was commercially successful, hitting the peaks of the U.S. album chart and UK Album Chart and selling more than four million copies in the U.S. 1e1e36bf2d