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    1. Malazuru

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      Songtexte von AC/DC mit deutschen Übersetzungen, Lyrics, Liedtexte und Musik-Videos kostenlos auf peotranbangthopaquatesnovatossellcons.xyzinfo
    2. Sat

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      's "Fly on the Wall" shows AC/DC struggling to survive in the glam metal years, at times successfully, with hits like "Danger", the upbeat "Sink the Pink", or the catchy "Shake Your Foundations", for an album that came accompanied by a peculiar conceptual VHS, that told a story through several video clips.
    3. Moogugul

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      AC/DC has throughout their long history has never put out a bad record. Let me be clear about this, they have never put out an album that wasn't worthwhile for a least a few key tunes. That being said, `Fly on the Wall' is probably their worst record/5().
    4. Keshicage

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      Fly On The Wall is a great album of the 80's by none other than AC/DC. Songs like Shake your foundation, Sink the pink, Danger, and of course Fly on the Wall, and a hard rocker of Send for the Man. This album will keep you rockin' and your fist pumpin' like a Rock N' Roll album should! You will defiantly NOT be disappointed /5(66).
    5. Fedal

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      Directed by Brian Ward. With AC/DC, Lee Bloomrosen. AC/DC Fly On The Wall live, Perfect Soundboard Audio.
    6. Dor

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      “Sink The Pink” was released as the second single off Fly On The Wall. It was later included in the compilation album/soundtrack Who Made Who.
    7. Yozshujora

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      Instead of issuing your usual run-of-the-mill video clips advertising your new album, AC/DC decided to try something a little different for their record, Fly on the Wall. A storyline was created that would run through five of the album's songs, and while the story wasn't exactly on par with Citizen Kane (it centered around the band playing away at a city bar, while strange characters were.
    8. Zugore

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      Editors’ Notes Released in after a two-year recording break, right at the peak of the MTV era and the start of the hair metal rage, Fly on the Wall was a much-needed reminder that AC/DC was there first and did it best. During the band's hiatus they let go of original drummer Phil Rudd and brought in Simon Wright. Installing a fresh backbone wasn't the only new development.
    9. Meztinos

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      Fly On The Wall has to be the most misunderstood and underrated AC/DC album out there. I love it, and it attracted me a lot more to the band as I was still discovering the band. The thing is, AC/DC had a bad 80's run, but the somehow still mantained interaction with metalheads.

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