AC/DC: The World's Heaviest Rock

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Macmillan, Dec 31, 2003 - Biography & Autobiography - 224 pages
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Over the decades, AC/DC has carved out a unique niche in the rock world. Thanks to their stubborn refusal to alter their aggressive, in-your-face style that has been their stock in trade, they have emerged as one of the essential cornerstones of contemporary hard rock. Frank, humorous, and accurate, this full-blooded biography takes a look this tenacious Australian quintet.

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The title only should give you an idea on why not to buy this book. AC/DC has never been about being the "heaviest" rock band... The author simply didn't "get" the band, and the research done for this book seems like it was limited to several articles and the two books on the band published in the UK before this one. Unfortunately, like many other books on the band, this one's filled with historical errors. Don't waste your time & money on this one...  

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Martin Huxley is the author of Nine Inch Nails, Aerosmith, and AC/DC, all for St. Martin's Press. He lives in New York City.

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