Long ago I read a Rolling Stone article about AC/DC. The writer asked Angus about charges that the band wrote satanic songs. And I believe the writer quoted some of the group’s lyrics. Angus’s reply went something like this: “Man, we’re just trying to make the words rhyme.”
The primal spirit of Rock is nothing to apologize for, and the adolescent appeal in most of the songs that make up Who Do Voodoo is as direct as we could make it. When someone asked John Lennon to define Rock & Roll, he said it was music that went to the gut before it got to the head. Amen.
Most of these songs are dedicated to that period in our lives when our hormones were in overdrive, our brains half developed, and our hearts wide open—to that time when we were howlers. – – Phillip Gardner
All songs recorded and produced at Mike Gardner Studios, Raleigh NC, between 1988-1998.