Chicks No 03 (1976)
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Another fan favorite from the album is \"Ride On\". Atypically for an AC/DC song, it has a sad, slow blues feel and features Bon Scott's reflective lyrics and restrained, soulful delivery. The lyrics concern a man ruminating on the mistakes he has made in a relationship while drinking. It has frequently been cited as one of AC/DC's best songs. The track is also significant for Angus Young's guitar solo. AC/DC biographer Murray Engleheart observes in his 2006 band memoir: \"Overall, Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap was rougher than T.N.T. and highlighted the difficulties of recording between increasingly demanding touring commitments. Songs like 'Ain't No Fun,' 'RIP,' 'Jailbreak,' and particularly the lonely resignation of 'Ride On,' were almost character studies of Bon and had a sense of impatience...breaking free and just plain loneliness.\" \"Ride On\" was covered by the French band Trust on their self-titled 1979 debut album, after they supported AC/DC live in Paris in the autumn of 1978. Scott jammed the song with Trust at Scorpio Sound Studios in London on 13 February 1980, six days before his death in that city. A recording of this later surfaced on the Bon Scott Forever Volume 1 bootleg. In an interview with Anthony O'Grady of RAM in August 1976, Scott stated that \"Ride On\" was \"about a guy who gets pissed around by chicks...can't find what he wants.\" In the same 1976 RAM interview, Scott revealed that \"Squealer\" was about a sexual encounter with a virgin. In concert, Scott would often introduce \"Problem Child\" as being about Angus. \"Ain't No Fun (Waiting 'Round to be a Millionaire)\" is one of the few AC/DC songs that has cursing, with Scott shouting on the fade, \"Hey Howard, how ya doin' friend, my next door neighbour Oh yeah, get your fuckin' jumbo jet off my airport!\" The rhythm of \"There's Gonna Be Some Rockin'\" is very similar to that of \"The Seventh Son\" by Willie Dixon.
Joe's friends load him into a Jeep, drive the body back to the mainland and then return to the island where the attack took place. \"There's something strange going on out there,\" one observes sagely. \"I don't know if I should go back,\" says the, other. \"I gotta be in Chicago on Tuesday . . ..\" Meanwhile, poor Mr. Skinner has stopped to change a tire and has been eaten alive by gigantic mutant rats. In a way, that was simple justice; it was Mr. Skinner's doing that got the whole plague of giant rats started. He found some of this funny stuff oozing up out of the ground on the back forty, you see. Creamy-like, and about the color of skimmed milk. For some fool reason he mixed it with the chicken feed and fed it to the chickens. It made the baby chicks grow taller than a man. It also had an effect on the adult chickens: The babies ate them. 781b155fdc