“Highway To Hell” is a great rock & roll album. It has a famous 1-2-3-4 punch (“Highway To Hell”, “Girls Got Rhythm”, “Walk All Over You”, “Touch Too Much”), not to mention the title song from their first live album “If You Want Blood (You’ve Got It)”, as well as the blues classic “Night Prowler”. The tiresome argument – as to whether this is the best AC/DC album, or 1980’s “Back In Black” with Brian Johnson – is moot. They are BOTH classic and they sit on the same high pedestal. You can’t say that Bon Scott is better or worse than Brian Johnson… they’re simply different in their own right. It’s like saying Sammy Hagar was better with Van Halen than David Lee Roth. Sure it’s hard to replace an original, but the successors can grow to be classic rock Gods as well. Such is the case here with AC/DC. This delux digipak has fantastic remastered digital sound along with a 16-page booklet complete with original album artwork and various assorted photos (dig the picture of Angus standing in front of the band throwing the can full of paint). “Highway To Hell” is full of catchy hooks and driving intense songs for serious head bangers. Bon Scott’s last album is a timeless piece of music that still sounds incredible today.