On Mondays, the Technics turntable is spinning Original Rock & Roll Blimp LP's that we believe you have to absolutely have in your home; today, the "it-can-never-be-played-too-loud" slab o'vinyl known as "Back In Black"...

(Courtesy of Atlantic Records)
(Courtesy of Atlantic Records)

Today's Menu: The WBLM Classic Lunch Essentials Collection | AC/DC, "Back In Black" (July 1980)

Side One: "Hells Bells" / "Shoot To Thrill" / "What Do You Do For Money Honey" / "Given The Dog A Bone" / "Let Me Put My Love Into You" -- Side Two: "Back In Black" / "You Shook Me All Night Long" / "Have A Drink On Me" / "Shake A Leg" / "Rock And Roll Ain't Noise Pollution"

A more than definitive piece of work, it's 41 minutes of some of the grooviest riffs mankind's ever come up with -- Special kudos to Malcolm Young's sledgehammer rhythms and drummer Phil Rudd's layin'-it-down-master-class!


Tomorrow (2-Fer-Tues., 3/26), The "You And I" Menu. First, you; then, I. Ahhhhhhhh, so here's the deal: if you think you got what it takes to be a guardian for the Classic Lunch Way Of Life, by all means, send your menu suggestions and strategies, etc., to the web site here and the WBLM Facebook page. What we do with 'em, you may never learn...









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