AC/DC - Let there be rock - Presented to Bon Scott - Official RIAA award - 1980/1977

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AC/DC - Let there be rock - Presented to Bon Scott - Official RIAA award - 1980/1977
Number of items: 1 - Very Good Plus (VG+)

You have only one chance!! to own this piece of musical history! Up for auction is this stunning ultra rare Gold RIAA Award presented to BON SCOTT (Forfar, Schotland, 9 juli 1946 – Londen, 19 februari 1980)

Let There Be Rock is the fourth studio album by Australian hard rock band AC/DC. It was the band's third studio album released internationally and the fourth to be released in Australia. It was also the last AC/DC album to feature Mark Evans on bass. It was originally released on 21 March 1977

In late 1976 AC/DC were in a slump. "It was very close to being all over", manager Michael Browning said. "Things were progressing very well in London and Europe. We'd been through a whole thing with the Marquee where they broke all the house records. We'd done the "Lock Up Your Daughters" UK tour and the Reading Festival. It was all shaping up really well. In the middle of the tour, I get a phone call saying Atlantic Records in America didn't like the Dirty Deeds album", said Browning. "That, in fact, they were going to drop the group from the label. And that's when things got really bad."

"There was always a siege mentality about that band. But once we all found out that Atlantic had knocked us back the attitude was: 'Fuck them! Who the fuck do they think they are?’ So from that point onwards it was: 'Fuck, we’ll show them!’ We were seriously fucking pissed off about it. It didn’t need to be discussed. We were going to go in and make that album and shove it up their arse!”

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Lot details
Artist/ Band (max 3)
AC/DC
Record Title
Let there be rock - Presented to Bon Scott
Nr of items
1
Media Source
Official RIAA award
Country of Manufacturer
US
Release year (oldest)
1980
Release year (youngest)
1977
Condition
Very Good Plus (VG+)
Record Label
Atlantic
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