Back in Black Album is Seventh studio collection of AC/DC Band. AC/DC band released the album on 25 July, 1980 in U.S. The album ranked number one on the British albums chart and then reach number four on the American chart. It topped 10 of the American chart for more than five months and topped the British chart for two weeks.
Johnson, Angus and Malcolm Young did the collection of album and it took around more than seven weeks in the Bahamas to record the album. The all-dark cover of the album indication of grief for Scott, who died of liquor harming.
Back in Black was an exceptional achievement for AC/DC band. The album is one of the best selling albums in the history with 50 million copies sold worldwide. The collection positive ratings is because of its underlying delivery, and remember as “most prominent” collections. By 9 December 2019, it was assured 25x Platinum by RIAA.
Some facts about AC/DC band
AC/DC is an Australian rock band formed in Sydney. It was founded by brothers Malcolm and Angus Young. AC/DC undergo several ups and downs before release of their first album. The first album was 1975’s High Voltage. The members of the band were brothers, Bon Scott, Phil Rudd, and Mark Evans. Cliff Williams replaced Evans. In February 1980, Scott died of heavy drinking. Then after a long time vocalist Brian Johnson became Scott’s replacement. After a year. the band released their first album in Scott’s memory with Johnson, Back in Black, . The album launched AC/DC to new pinnacles of success.
AC/DC band called themselves “a rock and roll band, nothing more, nothing less”. AC/DC sold around 200 million records with 75 million albums in the United States, which made them the ninth highest-selling artist in the U.S. and the 16th best selling in the world. Back in Black sold an estimate 50 million units worldwide and make it the third highest-selling album by an artist, and the highest-selling album by a band. AC/DC band ranked fourth on “100 Greatest Artists of Hard Rock” and seventh in the list of “Greatest Heavy Metal Band of All Time” . In 2004, AC/DC ranked at no. 72 on the Rolling Stone’s list of the “100 Greatest Artists of All Time”.