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[ERA : 70s / Rock ]
This record sees its first official vinyl release since 1971. An essential piece of psychedelic rock history featuring singer Bon Scott of AC/DC. Remastered and reissued on limited edition heavyweight red coloured vinyl in original gatefold sleeve format. Includes bonus track, special notes by the album's producer and a record sleeve poster. Limited edition of 1000 worldwide. Fans of AC/DC's singer Bon Scott who pick up Livestock expecting to hear AC/DC redux will be rather surprised with this release. These cuts, recorded in 1971 with Scott's previous band, Fraternity, reveal a drastically different sound than the bluesy hard rock Scott made his name with. Fraternity veer all over the stylistic map, from the funky Summerville to the extended prog-rock epic Raglan's Folly (which wouldn't sound out of place on an early Genesis album). Only Race (both parts) and Livestock bear any resemblance to Scott's most famous band, and even then just barely, since they sound closer to the Doors or mid-'60s Rolling Stones. Part of the discrepancy is that, as the extensive liner notes explain, Scott had very little creative input in Fraternity, which was chiefly the vision of bassist Bruce Howe and guitarist Mick Jurd. Scott only has one writing credit here (ironically enough, on Raglan's Folly).
Livestock * Summerville * Raglan's Folly * Cool Spot * Why Did It Have To Be Me (Bonus) * Grand Canyon Suites * Jupiter's Landscape * You Have A God * It * Question (Bonus)

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