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Back in Black is the seventh studio album by Australian rock band AC/DC. Produced by Robert John “Mutt” Lange, the album was released on 25 July 1980 by Albert Productions and Atlantic Records. By the late 1970s, AC/DC began to achieve significant popularity outside their native Australia, with high-energy live performances and a string of successful albums. In 1979, they paired with producer Lange and recorded their international breakthrough, Highway to Hell. Shortly before the recording of their follow-up, lead vocalist Bon Scott died after a night of heavy alcohol consumption. The group continued with ex-Geordie singer Brian Johnson.
Back in Black was recorded over seven weeks in the Bahamas in spring 1980. The area was hit by tropical storms at the time, making the sessions difficult at times. Johnson penned the album’s lyrics and melodies, while guitarists Angus and Malcolm Young composed the music. Its musical content consists of hard rock-styled numbers. Lange demanded perfection in the band’s recordings, particularly on Johnson’s vocals. Following its completion, the group mixed Back in Black at Electric Lady Studios in New York City. The album’s all-black cover was designed as a “sign of mourning” for Scott.
Their sixth international release, Back in Black was an unprecedented success: it has sold an estimated 50 million copies worldwide. Its enormous sales figures have made it the second-highest-selling album in history. The band supported the album with a yearlong world tour, cementing them among the most popular music acts of the early 1980s. Back in Black received positive critical reception at the time of its release, and it has since been included on numerous lists of “greatest” albums. Since its initial release, the album has been reissued and remastered multiple times, most recently for digital distribution… READ MORE ON WIKIPEDIA
Dirrty is a song recorded by American recording artists Christina Aguilera and Redman for the former’s fourth studio album Stripped (2002). Despite Aguilera’s first three years of commercial success, she was displeased with the lack of control over her image. In response, she desired to create a song that would represent her authentic persona. She approached hip hop producer Rockwilder and suggested using Redman’s 2001 song “Let’s Get Dirty (I Can’t Get in da Club)” as a guide. The final result, “Dirrty”, is an R&B and hip hop song that also features rapping verses from Redman. The song is about sexual activities.
RCA Records sent “Dirrty” to American radio stations in September 2002 as the lead single from Stripped. RCA and Sony Music Entertainment later released the song as a CD single. The single was Aguilera’s first to fail to enter the top twenty of the US Billboard Hot 100, where it peaked at number forty eight. Outside the United States, “Dirrty” saw significant success in the British Isles, topping the charts in both the Republic of Ireland and the United Kingdom. Elsewhere, the song peaked within the top ten of the charts in countries including Australia, Denmark, the Netherlands, and Switzerland.
The music video for “Dirrty”, directed by David LaChapelle, was intended to publicize Aguilera’s new image. It depicts sexual fetishes such as mud wrestling and muscle worshipping. The controversial video eliminated her image as a bubblegum pop singer. It received criticism from various news publications and other recording artists, and it was banned on Thai television due to its sexual content. Aguilera defended the video, calling it inspirational as it put her to the forefront. “Dirrty” was included on the setlists of Aguilera’s three major concert tours: the Justified and Stripped Tour (2003), the Stripped Tour (2003), and the Back to Basics Tour (2006–08)… READ MORE ON WIKIPEDIA
Good God is a soul/rock song written by Anouk Teeuwe and her then-husband Remon Stotijn and recorded by Dutch singer Anouk. Produced by its writers along with Glen Ballard, the song was released as the first single from Anouk’s album Who’s Your Momma on 2 November 2007. The song is a playable track in Guitar Hero World Tour.The music video of “Good God” was recorded in London and directed by Jonas Åkerlund. The video premiered on November 6, 2007 on the news website NU.nl… READ MORE ON WIKIPEDIA
Gay Bar is a song by American rock band Electric Six. Written by band member Tyler Spencer, under the pseudonym Dick Valentine, it was released in June 2003 as the second single from their debut studio album, Fire (2003). While both the song and music video received significant airplay, lyrics mentioning war were edited due to their possibly offensive nature since the song made its air debut at the start of the Iraq War… READ MORE ON WIKIPEDIA
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