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AC/DC "Black n' Bluegrass" Album Due In May

CMH Records have set a May 31 release date for the AC/DC tribute album entitled "Black n' Bluegrass: The Bluegrass Tribute to AC/DC". According to the label's web site, "The gutsy lock-step stomp of AC/DC's music fits wonderfully into the bluegrass two-step and there's plenty of pickin' goin' on to keep even the pickiest quitar aficianado grinnin' from ear to ear to ear. Slap it on and hit the highway to hellbilly heaven!"

"Black n' Bluegrass: The Bluegrass Tribute to AC/DC" track listing:

01. Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap
02. Hells Bells
03. Highway to Hell
04. You Shook Me All Night Long
05. Stiff Upper Lip
06. For Those About to Rock We Salute You
07. Big Gun
08. Shoot to Thrill
09. Money Talks
10. Thunderstruck
11. Back in Black
12. Trouble Among the Youngsters (original composition)

You can check out a few audio samples from the CD at this location.

Source: Blabbermouth

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1. deathbringer writes:

On a more personal note, I bought my dad the "Fade to Bluegrass" Metallica tribute (he's from West Virginia and remembers lots of Bluegrass music more than he actually likes it) and I even thought it was pretty damn good (for Bluegrass). I'd have to say I like it better than Load anyway. These guys did an Ozzy tribute as well, which I've yet to check out. Somehow, I don't picture Ozzy translating to other musical styles as well as old Metallica.

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2. RememberMetal? writes:

heh. Clever concept, like the string quartet tributes.....

Being from Kentucky (the bluegrass-Derby having-gun loving state) I imagine that an Ac/dc bluegrass record would move more units here than anywhere else....While my dad loves Ac/dc he cringes when he hears blue grass or country.....he's into his classic rock, 80's thrash and grunge....he's a strange one......and i would imagine "fade to bluegrass" is infinitely superior to "Load", how could it not be?

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