AC/DC: Top 7 Most Underrated Singles

AC/DC: Top 7 Most Underrated Singles

AC/DC: Top 7 Most Underrated Singles

Everyone loves a little AC/DC, but not all of their singles get the praise that they deserve. We all know TNT and Hells Bells, but have you heard of Go Zone or Stiff Upper Lip? Don’t worry, we are here to fill you in on all of the most underrated singles from this legendary band that you might be missing out on!

Number Seven: The AC/DC Brainchild- Can I Sit Next to You Girl?

The band first bound together in the summer of 1973, and emergence into the music industry just a year later. One of their very first songs produced was Can I Sit Next to You Girl?, which first aired in Australian in 1974. This unique track is said to be the most influential in the history of this legendary band, as it aiding in developing the distinct musical attitude that they are beloved for today.

Number Six: Go Zone

If you thought Back in Black was the jam to rev you up, wait until you listen to Go Zone. This little boogie-inducing track was a gem of the 80s, and is sure to get you on your feet!

Number Five: Stiff Upper Lip

For the fans who stuck by AC/DC even in their hardest times, you are sure to remember the emergence of the wicked awesome Stiff Upper Lip. This track made the girls swoon, and the guitar lovers tingle with the killer guitar solo that made a legend.

Number Four: Sink the Pink

This particular song is often considered by AC/DC fans to be the best of the worst. Although this song appeared on the band’s worst-selling album, Fly on the Wall, it is still considered to be a hit. It was even added into the band’s first compilation, Who Made Who?, with their best hits.

Number Three: Guns for Hire

Although this single didn’t sell as well as other AC/DC tracks, it certainly is a historical track for the band. This song is the very last song that was recorded by the full and established band in their prime (1983), before kicking out drummer Phil Rudd. After recording this song, the band also experienced quite a few issues for guitarist Malcolm Young.

Number Two: Overdose

If you really like the unique and sinful stylings of this band, you will fall in love with Overdose. From the sick guitar into that starts this song, fans know right away that this jam will be one of the most energetic, dirty, and full of rebellious attitude.

Number One: Sin City

Considering the talent that overtakes this song, it really is amazing that it never caught on as much as some of AC/DC’s better selling tracks. With a heart-stopping guitar riff, well put together lyrics, and stage presence, this track is utterly unstoppable. We hope you enjoyed our ranking of AC/DC’s top seven most underrated singles!

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