AC/DC songs are created by the Australian rock band that two brothers (Malcolm and Angus Young) formed in 1973. Even with the changes that have occurred along the way (iBon Scott, their lead singer, died in 1980 and was replaced by Brian Johnson) their songs have always been great hits.
- "Highway To Hell" was produced in 1979 by AC/DC and helped the band break through the American charts. It was inspired by Australia's Canning Highway, which is nicknamed “Highway to Hell” because of its steep decline right before a major intersection.
- "Hell’s Bells" (the first track on the AC/DC "Back to Black" album) has a haunting, slow-burning, yet powerful sensation to it.
- "You Shook Me All Night Long" (another song on the AC/DC "Back to Black" album) announced that AC/DC was still going to be successful even with the group’s new lead singer, Brian Johnson.
- "Back In Black" has a unique, strutting rhythm that dozens of rappers have wanted to use over the years.
- "For Those About to Rock" (also known as "We Salute You" by AC/DC) was the title track on the 1981 AC/DC record by the same name. It is considered one of ACDC’s best songs.
- "Thunderstruck" is a guitar energized AC/DC anthem of the 1990s. In fact, this became the band’s biggest hit in more than a decade.
- "Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap" was released in Australia in 1976. It was finally released in the U.S. in 1981—five years after debuting in Australia. This song pays homage to a cartoon that band member Angus Young watched when he was a child, entitled "Beany And Cecil."
- "T.N.T." can be found on the 1976 "High Voltage" album. This has led to the “Oy! Oy! Oy!” chant that is heard at this group’s live concerts even today.
- "Rock N Roll Train" was produced in 2009 and it was the first album produced in more than nine years. It was used as the opening song for their very successful 2009-2010 world tour.
- "Shoot To Thrill" is what a lot of hardcore fans consider to be their best song every. It can be found on their 1980’s "Back In Black" album but is getting new life today thanks to the movie "Iron Man 2."