AC/DC’s High Voltage was released internationally in April 1976, and would be the bands first worldwide album. Until this time, AC/DC’s first two releases “High Voltage” (different than the international release) and “T.N.T” were available in Australia only. The “High Voltage” album would feature nine tracks that would include seven taken from the “T.N.T.” album and two (“Shes Got Balls” and “Little Lover”) from the original “High Voltage” album. All of the tracks were produced by Harry Vanda and George Young and recorded at Albert Studios in Sydney Australia in 1975. The original release of the album also featured different album cover artwork in France, Germany, Italy, and the U.K.
It’s A Long Way To The Top (If You Wanna Rock ‘N Roll)
Rock ‘N Roll Singer
Can I Sit Next To You Girl
She’s Got Balls