#40 Angus Young (AC/DC) Interview 1996

A never before published interview with Angus Young (AC/DC) from 1996.

In the interview, Young talks about:

- What it’s like to come back after a five-year layoff

- The ever-changing landscape of rock ‘n’ roll

- The key to AC/DC’s success

- How Bob Dylan compares to AC/DC

- Why AC/DC was considered a punk band in England

- One of his hobbies

- The making of the Ballbreaker album

- How AC/DC comes up with the setlist for concerts

- How the schoolboy outfit came to be

- His thoughts on Butt-head from Beavis and Butt-head wearing an AC/DC shirt

- His thoughts on the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

- Can we ever expect an AC/DC rock opera?


In this episode, we have the original problem child, AC/DC’s Angus Young. At the time of this interview in 1996, Young was 40 years old and was promoting AC/DC’s album Ballbreaker and their upcoming tour. In the interview, Young talks about how his schoolboy outfit came to be, the reason AC/DC took a five-year hiatus, Beavis and Butthead, and the key to all of AC/DC’s success.


 

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