A hilarious interview with AC/DC's Angus Young in the Guitar World:
About the bars in Sydney where they played in the beginning: "Some of the places we played were worse than toilets, let me tell you"
How he got into rock'n'roll thanks to Chuck Berry: "It’s everything rolled into one: it’s blues, it’s rock and roll, and it’s got that hard edge to it. To me, that’s pure rock ’n’ roll. It’s not clean - it’s nasty"
The first time he wore school uniform on stage, in 1974: "That was the most frightened I’ve ever been on stage, but thank God, I had no time to think. I just went straight out there. The crowd’s first reaction to the shorts and stuff was like a bunch of fish at feeding time - all mouths open"
Groupies: "There’s nothing sexy about a schoolboy, is there?"
Australia: "Christianity was never a popular movement. It’s that convict background!"
Lyrics: "Most of our stuff is just about sex, as is most rock music. It’s pretty hard to write a song about your dog"
His onstage character: "Once you go into being The Schoolboy it’s pretty hard to come off it. I’m like two different people"