AC/DC ‘Powerage’

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AC/DC 'Powerage'

Shatter LET Plain by an unknown designer is a font based on the title logo from the album AC/DC ‘Powerage’. It is a free font.

Note: The forward slash is modified on the album cover.

“Powerage” is the fifth studio album by the Australian rock band AC/DC, released in 1978. It was produced by the band themselves along with their longtime engineer, George Young, and his brother Harry Vanda.

“Powerage” marked a shift in AC/DC’s sound, moving away from the blues-influenced rock of their earlier albums and towards a harder, more riff-driven sound. The album features some of the band’s most iconic songs, including “Sin City,” “What’s Next to the Moon,” and “Down Payment Blues.”

Despite receiving critical acclaim, “Powerage” was not initially a commercial success, and it failed to chart in the United States. However, the album has since gained a cult following among AC/DC fans, and it is now considered one of the band’s best albums.

“Powerage” showcases AC/DC at their raw and gritty best, with frontman Bon Scott delivering his signature growling vocals over Angus and Malcolm Young’s blistering guitar riffs. The album’s sound has been cited as an influence on countless hard rock and heavy metal bands that followed in the decades since its release.


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