If you've been waiting patiently, all your waking life, to immerse yourself in Aussie-bred hard rock featuring a grown-ass-man wearing a Catholic schoolboy uniform with an astonishing level of longevity, well, this is your week.
We tackled AC/DC's 1979 record "Highway to Hell" this week, and I'll be damned if I didn't find this record endlessly entertaining. Take early-blues-based rock and roll and turn it up to 11, and you've got a good start.
Lead singer Bon Scott would be dead within six months of this release, and if there's such a thing for a relatively young man having a fitting epitaph after an early exit from this mortal coil, this may be it.
Tune in and figure it out for yourself, mate.