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AC/DC: Phew! Got Away With It, Readers!

David Sinclair, Q, December 1990

MOST PEOPLE in Britain first heard about AC/DC at about the time of the punk explosion. A bunch of roughneck Aussies with a guitarist dressed like a schoolboy, playing a propulsive, ball-crunching brand of heavy rock, there was certainly nothing old or boring about them, but they never quite fitted in. And yet they prospered.

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