Genre: NZ/Australian pop/rock (yes we've finished the genre sections of my collection for a while and we're now into music from different countries - starting with the colonial upstarts)
Places I remember: Real Groovy, Auckland, NZ.
Fab, and all the other pimply hyperboles:
The title track is hard to go past...
Gear costume: ...but Ain't No Fun (waiting round to be a millionaire) has all the AC/DC moves you know and love!
Active compensatory factors: There's no escaping AC/DC, so you might as well boogie down with your air guitar and enjoy.
I'm a Bon Scott AC/DC fan rather than a Brian Johnson AC/DC fan. It took me ages to listen to the post Bon albums and they are much more of a mixed bag to my ears.
The riff-a-ramas of this album set the template: the smutty ambiguity (Love at First Feel, Big Balls); the good time humour (Dirty Deeds); the self mythologising (Rocker, There's Going to be Some Rockin'); and those crunching riffs (Problem Child). All present and correct.