Albert Studios, Sydney, Australia
PURE ROCK N' ROLL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Love this ep, this was my first AC/DC CD. Favourite songs: ,,Jailbreak", ,,You've Got a Hold on Me", ,,Baby, Please Don't Go"
awesome album, espicially the song
"you aint gotta hold on me"
it was sopot to get the lost song back but you mist out:
Rock in peace
crabsody in blue
love the music its my favorite in the whole entire world
i love this whole album this band is kick ass``` hi everyone just joined up``
Off this album my band will play Jailbreak & Soul Stripper.
Uhhh on 2nd thought I no longer like Jailbreak so Soul Stripper only.
In 1984 AC/DC released 5 Bon Scott songs that were not released in America (at the time) on a AC/DC's only EP album "'74 Jailbreak". Let's let's start this review of "'74 Jailbreak" (1984) with the opening and title track "Jailbreak". "Jailbreak" is a song about a man who is a good friend of the narrator, who was charged with murder and was found guilty and got 16 years in "Hell". After about 5 years or so he decides to make a jailbreak. He makes it out but, he makes it out with a bullet in his back. So all in all it is a classic AC/DC outlaw song, also with a outlaw video. Now To Track 2 "You Ain't Got A Hold On Me". I don't really understand what "You Ain't Got A Hold On Me" is really about? Does anyone really? So "You Ain't Got A Hold On Me" Is a different kind of AC/DC, But Still Amazing. Now To Track 3 "Show Business". "Show Business" is really just about what show business. "Show Business" is also a different kind of AC/DC song. "Show Business" really show a different side of blues AC/DC can make with a southern rock & hard rock feel to it, u know what I mean? Now were almost done, but 2 more tracks to go. Now Let's Get To track 4 "Soul Stripper". I also have a tough time trying to determin' what "Soul Stripper" is about, just like "You Ain't Got A Hold On Me". Really To Me "Soul Stripper" is about a less dirtier woman than "The Jack". Finally we get to the final track, a cover of Big Joe Williams' "Baby, Please Don't Go". "Baby, Please Don't Go" really rocks (AC/DC's version rocks harder than Areosmith's version, [By Far]). So "'74 Jailbreak" (1984) is a real rockin' record, even thought there are only 5 songs on it.
2 You Ain't Got A Hold On Me
3 Show Business
4 Soul Stripper
5 Baby, Please Don't Go
My favorite Album!
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