The Razors Edge is the twelfth studio album by Australian hard rock band AC/DC. It was the band's eleventh internationally released studio album and the twelfth to be released in Australia
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AC/DC cracked the seal on the ’90s with one of the best riffs of their career. That would be Thunderstruck, the opening track on The Razor’s Edge. Some shuffling occurred prior to the band recording this adrenaline shot of an album in British Columbia. Drummer Simon Wright stepped out to work with Dio and veteran drummer Chris Slade was brought in for the ever-present pummeling back beat. Brian Johnson stepped aside as lyricist for this album, leaving Malcolm and Angus completely in charge of songwriting for the first time.
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The Razors Edge Album tab by AC/DC. Songs: Thunderstruck Fire Your Guns Moneytalks The Razors Edge Mistress For Christmas Rock Your Heart Out Are You Ready Got You By The Balls Shot Of Love Let's Make It Goodbye And Good Riddance To Bad Luck If You Dare. Thunderstruck by Ac/Dc Rhythm figure 1 (Angus) ( BB) ---.
Although AC/DC's popularity had decreased by the early '90s, the band still had a lot of life left in it. Arguably the Australian headbangers' strongest album in over half a decade, The Razor's Edge is quintessential AC/DC - rowdy, abrasive, unapologetically fun metal full of blistering power chords, memorable hooks, and testosterone-driven lyrics
A strong album, featuring some of the best material from the Brian Johnson era of AC/DC, The Razors Edge gets off to a strong start, with the well known crowd pleaser "Thunderstruck," which also had the privilege of opening 1992's Live. Fire Your Guns" follows, and is really some of the better "filler" in recent memory, which a lot of attitude and power behind the music. Moneytalks" concludes a great trio of tracks to start the album, with some killer, bluesy guitar work courtesy of the brothers Young