Sure, thats what we do in Oz - drive around in Holdens eating meat pies with Acker-Dacker visibly flexing the glass in the doors. I DO have a couple of AC-DC tracks, and I may well be the only person on this board who can claim to have seen the band when Angus really WAS old enough to wear that school uniform, but they are a long way from my preferred choice of 'head-banging music'. I had discovered Rush, a lifelong addiction, long before Bon died - not exactly headbangers but at concert volume I'm sure they've deafened a few people over the years. Still Canada's finest export, IMO. Perhaps I will close this browser and listen to 'Time Stand Still' for the bazillionth time.
Well this is a kick, I'm Canadian and like Ozzie AC/DC an you're an Ozzie who likes Canada's Rush. Did I mention I saw Rush in 1981 in Halifax Nova Scotia when Neil Pert still had hair and looked like a refugee from the 60's acid tripping era? I must add the songs Big Money, Distant Early Warning, Subdivisions, and Roll The Bones take on quite a nostalgic flavor once you've spinned the vinyl (yes I have the original Polytel records) for the millionth time. I think we should both stop now our ages and chrome domes are starting to show. The youngin's around here might be put off by all the music discussion from us geriatric ward boppers