100% Proof (Myrrh MYR 1107) 1981 UK *
Get your air guitars in position and gear up for some ﬁrst-rate loud-and-cheesy bar-band hard rock with riffs all over the place. UK’s 100% Proof never cease to put a smile on my face with their raw trashy blues based rip-off of AC/DC, strutting through head-bangers like ‘Back Seat Driver’ and ‘No Good Trusting In Money’, or jamming to fast-paced rock-and-rollers like ‘Tight Rope’, ‘Freedom’ and ‘Rock & Roll’. Speaking of the ‘Highway To Hell’ boys, there’s a song about their late lead singer Bon Scott (‘The Loner’), one of the lines being “somebody should have told him hell’s a bad place to be.” Best at maximum volume. Produced by Norman Barratt. (The Archivist, 4th edition by Ken Scott).
I have not acquired this album yet.
|Song #||Song Title||Time|
|1-1||Back Seat Driver||6:31|
|1-2||Mid Morning Blues||3:50|
|1-4||Rock 'n' Roll||3:47|
|2-2||It's No Good Trusting In Money||4:17|
|2-3||The Loner (Bon Scott)||5:27|
|2-4||To Be Someone||4:20|