This fall [lastfm]AC/DC[/lastfm] fans can get an in-depth look at the making of the band’s classic albums with a new book titled AC/DC In The Studio: The Stories Behind Every Album.
The book was compiled by rock biographer [lastfm]Jake Brown[/lastfm] and will include interviews with the band and production teams behind some of rock’s biggest albums.
The book will be available on September 5 through John Blake Publishing. In a prepared statement about the book, the publisher says it will be “the definitive account of the making of the greatest hard rock anthems of all time.”
This year the Aussie rock legends are celebrating the 30th anniversary of their defining track “Back in Black”. During a recent interview with Consequences of Sound, frontman [lastfm]Brian Johnson [/lastfm]says that he had no idea that track would become so big and was thrilled his new bands mates liked it.
“I’d just melted me brain in there, and I didn’t know if it was good or bad,” he says. “That was the first time I’d been in the Bahamas, anyway, or near America, you know, and you [have to] remember, I was just fascinated by the whole culture and all, and I had no idea what the hell I was doing! And [laughs] lucky, really – I was a bit lucky, I think.”