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AC/DC - Bonfire flac album
  • Performer: AC/DC
  • Title: Bonfire
  • Genre: Pop Rock
  • Style: Album Rock,Arena Rock,Aussie Rock,Hard Rock,Heavy Metal
  • Recording date: April, 1980 - May, 1980
  • Date of release: November 18, 1997
  • MP3 size: 1702 mb
  • FLAC size 1772 mb
  • Formats RA MP3 MOD VQF MMF DTS
  • Duration: 03:36:22

Bonfire is a five-disc box set by Australian band AC/DC, released in 1997, and remastered with a release in Digipak format in 2003. It was created as a tribute to the band's earlier singer Bon Scott and included the two disc soundtrack to the movie Let There Be Rock, some early unreleased tracks, a live recording from the Atlantic Records studio in New York and a remastered version of Back in Black.

Oddly, the legend of Bon Scott never haunted AC/DC. They grieved, certainly, but they were able to move on, releasing Back in Black as a tribute in 1980. The record became their biggest hit and helped them become one of the biggest rock & roll bands in the world. By the late '90s, the group remained popular, and a strange phenomenon had happened - there were generations of AC/DC fans who came of age after Scott's death, and had only a passing familiarity with the rocker. Perhaps that's one of the reasons why they lovingly assembled the five-disc box set Bonfire in 1997.

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The third AC/DC album brought a title track that became a staple of their live set, still a centrepiece performance on last year’s shows with Axl Rose. It was also an illustration of another facet of Scott’s persona – the confrontational, violent one. That was a feature of other songs on the record – Problem Child and Squealer (the latter featured one of the most unpleasant lyrics Scott ever wrote: She said she’d never been, Never been balled before, And I don’t think, She’ll ever ball no more, Fixed her good ). AC/DC had already taken a pass at the riff in 1976, on the song Dirty Eyes, which remained unreleased until the Bonfire box. The decision not to release it at the time was proof of AC/DC’s judgment: the riff was there, but not yet refined into the taut, monumental edifice of Whole Lotta Rosie – it was worth waiting for the right version, rather than rushing it out.

Track List - Disc 1

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Live Wire Bon Scott / Angus Young / Malcolm Young AC/DC 6:16
2 Problem Child Bon Scott / Angus Young / Malcolm Young AC/DC 4:40
3 High Voltage Bon Scott / Angus Young / Malcolm Young AC/DC 5:55
4 Hell Ain't a Bad Place to Be Bon Scott / Angus Young / Malcolm Young AC/DC 4:13
5 Dog Eat Dog Bon Scott / Angus Young / Malcolm Young AC/DC 4:41
6 The Jack Bon Scott / Angus Young / Malcolm Young AC/DC 8:37
7 Whole Lotta Rosie Bon Scott / Angus Young / Malcolm Young AC/DC 5:09
8 Rocker Bon Scott / Angus Young / Malcolm Young AC/DC 5:30

Track List - Disc 2

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Live Wire Bon Scott / Angus Young / Malcolm Young AC/DC 8:04
2 Show Down in Flames Bon Scott / Angus Young / Malcolm Young AC/DC 3:39
3 Hell Ain't Such a Bad Place to Be Bon Scott / Angus Young / Malcolm Young AC/DC 4:31
4 Sin City Bon Scott / Angus Young / Malcolm Young AC/DC 5:25
5 Walk All Over You Bon Scott / Angus Young / Malcolm Young AC/DC 5:06
6 Bad Boy Boogie Bon Scott / Angus Young / Malcolm Young AC/DC 13:21

Track List - Disc 3

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 The Jack Bon Scott / Angus Young / Malcolm Young AC/DC 6:05
2 Highway to Hell Bon Scott / Angus Young / Malcolm Young AC/DC 3:30
3 Girls Got Rhythm Bon Scott / Angus Young / Malcolm Young AC/DC 3:19
4 High Voltage Bon Scott / Angus Young / Malcolm Young AC/DC 6:32
5 Whole Lotta Rosie Bon Scott / Angus Young / Malcolm Young AC/DC 4:55
6 Rocker Bon Scott / Angus Young / Malcolm Young AC/DC 10:45
7 T.N.T. Bon Scott / Angus Young / Malcolm Young AC/DC 4:13
8 Let There Be Rock Bon Scott / Angus Young / Malcolm Young AC/DC 7:32

Track List - Disc 4

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Dirty Eyes Bon Scott / Angus Young / Malcolm Young AC/DC 3:21
2 Touch Too Much Bon Scott / Angus Young / Malcolm Young AC/DC 6:34
3 If You Want Blood You Got It Bon Scott / Angus Young / Malcolm Young AC/DC 4:26
4 Back Seat Confidential Bon Scott / Angus Young / Malcolm Young AC/DC 5:23
5 Get It Hot Bon Scott / Angus Young / Malcolm Young AC/DC 4:15
6 Sin City Bon Scott / Angus Young / Malcolm Young AC/DC 4:53
7 She's Got Balls Bon Scott / Angus Young / Malcolm Young AC/DC 7:56
8 School Days Chuck Berry AC/DC 5:21
9 It's a Long Way to the Top (If You Wanna Rock 'N' Roll) Bon Scott / Angus Young / Malcolm Young AC/DC 5:16
10 Ride On Bon Scott / Angus Young / Malcolm Young AC/DC 9:44

Track List - Disc 5

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Hells Bells Brian Johnson / Angus Young / Malcolm Young AC/DC 5:12
2 Shoot to Thrill Brian Johnson / Angus Young / Malcolm Young AC/DC 5:17
3 What Do You Do for Money Honey Brian Johnson / Angus Young / Malcolm Young AC/DC 3:35
4 Givin the Dog a Bone Brian Johnson / Angus Young / Malcolm Young AC/DC 3:31
5 Let Me Put My Love into You Brian Johnson / Angus Young / Malcolm Young AC/DC 4:15
6 Back in Black Brian Johnson / Angus Young / Malcolm Young AC/DC 4:15
7 You Shook Me All Night Long Brian Johnson / Angus Young / Malcolm Young AC/DC 3:30
8 Have a Drink on Me Brian Johnson / Angus Young / Malcolm Young AC/DC 3:58
9 Shake a Leg Brian Johnson / Angus Young / Malcolm Young AC/DC 4:05
10 Rock and Roll Ain't Noise Pollution Brian Johnson / Angus Young / Malcolm Young AC/DC 4:26

Credits:

AC/DC - Primary Artist
Georges Amann - Photography
Benji Armbrister - Assistant Engineer
Chuck Berry - Composer
Peter Coleman - Engineer
Jim De Barros - Art Direction, Design
Arnaud Durieux - Archivist, Research
Robert Ellis - Photography
Murray Engleheart - Liner Notes
Michael Halsband - Creative Consultant
Bruce Harris - A&R
Paul Hoare - Engineer
Sam Horsburgh, Jr. - Engineer
Ted Jensen - Remastering
Brian Johnson - Composer, Vocals
Patrick Jones - Photography
Robert John "Mutt" Lange - Producer
Timothy Manteau - Design Assistant
George Marino - Digital Remastering
Phillip Morris - Photography
Jack Newber - Assistant Engineer
Tony Platt - Engineer, Mixing
Chuck Pulin - Photography
Ebet Roberts - Photography
Phil Rudd - Drums
Brad Samuelsohn - Mixing
Brad Samuelson - Mixing Engineer
Hannes Schmid - Photography
Scott Family - Photography
Bon Scott - Composer, Vocals
Joe Sia - Photography
Joseph Sia - Photography
Eric Steinhilber - Design Assistant
Todd Steinhilber - Design Assistant
Harry Vanda - Producer
Cliff Williams - Guitar (Bass)
Angus Young - Composer, Guitar
George Young - Producer, Remixing
Malcolm Young - Composer, Guitar (Rhythm)
Francis Zegut - Archival Assistant
Comments: (1)
Mogelv
AC/DC aren't the nostalgic types, and for years they resisted releasing a proper "hits" set or any archive material, but the old dogs had softened over the years and finally released Bonfire, a 5-cd box set in tribute to their first singer, the incomparable Bon Scott. Unlike most box sets, Bonfire is actually four distinctly separate albums thrown together under a single umbrella, including two live albums (one a 2-cd set), a cd of alternate takes and rarities, and a remastered Back In Black. Now, why the band included an album that everybody who buys this likely already has, and which doesn't even include Bon (though it was largely a tribute to him), is anybody's guess; my unofficial opinion is that the band's obsession with the sales of Back In Black (which is at least partially why I think they've never released a proper "hits" comp.) got the better of them (sales from this box set counts towards the overall Back In Black totals), but whatever their reason its inclusion amounts to a complete ripoff. The Volts set is interesting for diehards but also could've been much better. For one thing, the alternate versions of familiar songs (mostly from Highway To Hell) are generally far inferior to the known versions, and there's simply no excuse for including the well-known versions of “It’s A Long Way To The Top (If You Wanna Rock 'n' Roll)” and "Ride On" when they could've included many if not all of the songs previously only available on the Australian releases, including "Stick Around," "Love Song," "Cold Hearted Man," "You Ain't Got A Hold On Me," "R.I.P. (Rock in Peace)," "Crabsody In Blue," and "Overdose." Still, at least they did include rarities in the form of "Dirty Eyes," "Back Seat Confidential," and "School Days" (a Chuck Berry cover), and the live version of "Sin City" is even nastier than the original. Still, for my money the reason to splurge for this rather (unnecessarily) expensive box set are the two live sets. The first one, titled Live From The Atlantic Studios, was recorded in 1977 in front of a small but captive audience in New York City for a (much taped) FM radio simulcast set up to promote the Let There Be Rock album. Simply put, this album kicks ass, as you'd expect, and though I suppose that If You Want Blood You've Got It is slightly better due to superior sound quality, I'm glad that I own both, especially since this set includes a couple of songs ("Live Wire," "Dog Eat Dog") not included on that album, plus this version of "Problem Child" is fantastic. The other live album, Live In Paris, which takes up discs two and three, is actually the audio soundtrack to the Let There Be Rock video (not to be confused with the album of the same name). Recorded in late 1979 during the Highway to Hell tour, this is another kickass live souvenir that I'd rate as being even more essential for the diehards than Atlantic Studios since it includes live versions of Highway To Hell songs.
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