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'74 Jailbreak

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Jailbreak
00:04:41

AC/DC, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Bon Scott - A. Young, Composer, Lyricist - Angus Young, Guitar - Malcolm Young, Guitar - M. Young, Composer, Lyricist - Phil Rudd, Drums - Vanda, Producer - Young, Producer - B. Scott, Composer, Lyricist - Harry Vanda & George Young for Albert Productions, Producer - Mark Evans, Bass

(P) 1976 J. Albert & Son Pty Ltd

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You Ain't Got a Hold on Me
00:03:31

AC/DC, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Bon Scott - A. Young, Composer, Lyricist - Angus Young, Guitar - Malcolm Young, Guitar - M. Young, Composer, Lyricist - Phil Rudd, Drums - Vanda, Producer - Young, Producer - B. Scott, Composer, Lyricist - Harry Vanda & George Young for Albert Productions, Producer - Mark Evans, Bass

(P) 1975 J. Albert & Son Pty Ltd

3
Show Business
00:04:46

AC/DC, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Bon Scott - A. Young, Composer, Lyricist - Angus Young, Guitar - Malcolm Young, Associated Performer - M. Young, Composer, Lyricist - Phil Rudd, Drums - Vanda, Producer - Young, Producer - B. Scott, Composer, Lyricist - Harry Vanda & George Young for Albert Productions, Producer - Mark Evans, Bass

(P) 1975 J. Albert & Son Pty Ltd

4
Soul Stripper
00:06:25

AC/DC, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Bon Scott - A. Young, Composer, Lyricist - Angus Young, Guitar - Malcolm Young, Guitar - M. Young, Composer, Lyricist - Phil Rudd, Drums - Vanda, Producer - Young, Producer - Harry Vanda & George Young for Albert Productions, Producer - Mark Evans, Bass

(P) 1975 J. Albert & Son Pty Ltd

5
Baby, Please Don't Go
00:04:50

AC/DC, Associated Performer, Main Artist - J.williams, Composer, Lyricist - Bon Scott - Angus Young, Guitar - Malcolm Young, Guitar - Phil Rudd, Drums - Vanda, Producer - Young, Producer - Harry Vanda & George Young for Albert Productions, Producer - Mark Evans, Bass

(P) 1975 J. Albert & Son Pty Ltd

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