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Quiz about ACDC Album Match
Quiz about ACDC Album Match

AC/DC Album Match Trivia Quiz


AC/DC have been giants of heavy metal for decades; can you match each of these songs of theirs with the albums they originally appeared on?

A matching quiz by Dizart. Estimated time: 4 mins.
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Author
Dizart
Time
4 mins
Type
Match Quiz
Quiz #
393,651
Updated
Dec 03 21
# Qns
10
Difficulty
Average
Avg Score
7 / 10
Plays
336
Last 3 plays: Guest 186 (3/10), Guest 177 (4/10), Guest 86 (10/10).
(a) Drag-and-drop from the right to the left, or (b) click on a right side answer box and then on a left side box to move it.
QuestionsChoices
1. Let's Get It Up  
  Back in Black
2. Whole Lotta Rosie  
  For Those About to Rock We Salute You
3. Play Ball  
  Let There Be Rock
4. Rock 'n' Roll Train  
  The Razors Edge
5. Safe in New York City  
  Powerage
6. Heatseeker  
  Black Ice
7. Hells Bells  
  Rock or Bust
8. Hard as a Rock  
  Blow Up Your Video
9. Thunderstruck  
  Ballbreaker
10. Rock 'n' Roll Damnation  
  Stiff Upper Lip





Select each answer

1. Let's Get It Up
2. Whole Lotta Rosie
3. Play Ball
4. Rock 'n' Roll Train
5. Safe in New York City
6. Heatseeker
7. Hells Bells
8. Hard as a Rock
9. Thunderstruck
10. Rock 'n' Roll Damnation

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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. Let's Get It Up

Answer: For Those About to Rock We Salute You

The 1981 album "For Those About to Rock We Salute You" was the band's first to top the US chart, whilst reaching number three in both the UK and Australia. Two songs from the album, the title track and "Let's Get It Up" were released as singles in the UK and both made the top 15.
2. Whole Lotta Rosie

Answer: Let There Be Rock

"Let There Be Rock", released in 1977, was the first AC/DC album to crack the UK chart, reaching number 17, two places higher than it managed in the band's home country of Australia. "Whole Lotta Rosie", a song about a woman weighing 19 stone, has become one of the band's most popular live songs, with the audience traditionally chanting "Angus" during the opening riffs (Angus Young being the lead guitarist on the track).
3. Play Ball

Answer: Rock or Bust

The 2014 release "Rock or Bust" was the band's first for six years, and the first not to include Malcolm Young on guitar (He did contribute to the song writing on the album). Malcolm's nephew Stevie was his replacement. The album topped the chart in Australia and made number three in both the UK and USA. "Play Ball" was released as a single enjoying moderate chart success.

The baseball team Minnesota Twins played the song at home games after the team line-ups were announced.
4. Rock 'n' Roll Train

Answer: Black Ice

"Black Ice", released in 2008, was the band's first studio album for eight years, and was a worldwide smash, topping the charts in numerous countries, including Australia, the UK and USA. This was the band's last album to feature Malcolm Young on rhythm guitar. "Rock 'n' Roll Train" was released as a single and was used in numerous adverts for sports events such as college football and WWE wrestling.
5. Safe in New York City

Answer: Stiff Upper Lip

"Stiff Upper Lip" was released in 2000, although the songs had been written some years earlier. The album reached number three in Australia, seven in the USA and 12 in the UK. "Safe in New York City" was released as a single, with the video for it being filmed in the Big Apple.
6. Heatseeker

Answer: Blow Up Your Video

"Blow Up Your Video" was released in 1988 and reached number two in both Australia and the UK, whilst in the USA it made number 12. "Heatseeker", which takes its name from a missile, was a number 12 hit single in the UK. The video for the song depicts a cruise missile hitting the Sydney Opera House during an AC/DC concert.
7. Hells Bells

Answer: Back in Black

"Back in Black" was released in late 1980, a few months after the death of lead vocalist Bon Scott. Brian Johnson was recruited as his replacement. The album gave AC/DC their first number one in both Australia and the UK, whilst in the USA it reached number four. "Hells Bells" opens the album, with the track beginning with a bell tolling, followed by a memorable guitar riff by Angus Young.
8. Hard as a Rock

Answer: Ballbreaker

The 1995 album "Ballbreaker" gave AC/DC their second Australian chart topper, whilst making number four and six in the USA and UK respectively. "Hard as a Rock" opens the album and was released as a single, topping the US Mainstream Rock chart.
9. Thunderstruck

Answer: The Razors Edge

"The Razors Edge", released in 1990, was a number two hit in the USA whilst reaching number three and four in Australia and the UK respectively. "Thunderstruck" was the opening track, and was released as a single, going on to be a live favourite of the band's. The opening guitar riff by Angus Young is one of the most unique in 20th century heavy rock.
10. Rock 'n' Roll Damnation

Answer: Powerage

"Powerage", released in 1978, was their first to feature Cliff Williams on bass in place of Mark Evans. "Rock 'n' Roll Damnation" was released as a single, with another enduring live favourite, "Sin City", on the B-side. The song reached number 24 on the UK singles chart.
Source: Author Dizart

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