The band releases the single, Back in Black, from their album with the same name, Back in Black. The song is a tribute to deceased, former lead singer, Bon Scott.
AC/DC releases their single For Those About To Rock from their album with the same title, For Those About To Rock. Young got the idea for the song title when Scott gave him a book about ancient Rome named, For Those About To Die We Salute You.
The band releases the single, Problem Child, from their album, Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap. When Scott introduced the song at concerts he would jokingly say that the song was about Young.
The band releases the single, Touch Too Much, from their album, Highway to Hell. Scott ‘s last performance was singing this song on Top of the Pops. Scott died 12 days later.
The band releases the single, Let There Be Rock, from their album with the same name. The song was co-written by brothers Angus and Malcolm Young, and lyricist Scott.
The band releases the single, Whole Lotta Rosie, from their album with the same name, Let There Be Rock. The song is (supposedly) a true-life tale of the time that Bon Scott had a one-night stand with an overweight Tasmanian woman.
The band releases the single, The Jack, from their album, T.N.T. The song is about a venereal disease. “The Jack” is the Australian slang for gonorrhea. Scott:
We were living with this houseful of ladies who were all very friendly and everyone in the band had got the jack. So we wrote this song and the first time we did it on stage they were all in the front row with no idea what was goin’ to happen. When it came to repeatin’ ‘She’s got the jack’ I pointed at them one after another.