highway hell

Highway To Hell

Originally posted by idreamofhazel

Fandom: Supernatural

Pairing: Dean Winchester x Reader

Warning: N/A

Writer: @imaginesofeveryfandom aka @thequeenofthehobbits

Summary/Request: Requested by anon:  Could you do a one-shot about staying in a motel room next to Dean W and both showering at the same time. Since the walls are so thin you can hear each other sing and you randomly start to sing a duet(AC/DC!!!) and then meeting for the first time the next day. If you dont want to do it it’s fine. Love you!!!

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On this day in music history: July 25, 1980 - “Back In Black”, the sixth album by AC/DC is released. Produced by Robert John “Mutt” Lange, it is recorded at Compass Point Studios in Nassau, Bahamas and Electric Lady Studios in New York City from April - May 1980. Following the major success of their previous album “Highway To Hell”, AC/DC are beset by tragedy when lead singer Bon Scott dies suddenly and unexpectedly of acute alcohol poisoning on February 19, 1980. Faced with the difficult decision of whether to continue or break up the band, with the blessing of Scott’s parents, AC/DC decides to soldier on, recruiting former Geordie lead vocalist Brian Johnson as their new singer. Working once again with South African born producer “Mutt” Lange, the band begin recording the album at Chris Blackwell’s (Island Records founder) studio in The Bahamas. Before sessions can begin, AC/DC suffer more setbacks as their equipment is held up in customs for a time before being released. Once in the studio, there are more problems,  as tropical storms pelting the island make electricity unreliable, sometimes losing power for days at a time. Initially anxious about how fans will receive the new album and new singer Johnson, the publics reaction is overwhelmingly positive. Several songs become rock radio staples, including “You Shook Me All Night Long”, “Hells Bells” and the title track. The original vinyl LP release of the album features the bands logo and title embossed on the front cover. “Black” becomes the Australian hard rock band’s biggest selling album ever, becoming the sixth best selling album of all time in the US. The album is first remastered and reissued on CD in 1995, then remastered again in 2003, also being reissued as a 180 gram vinyl LP. “Back In Black” peaks at number four on the Billboard Top 200, and is certified 22x Platinum in the US by the RIAA, receiving a Double Diamond certification.

Obscure Angel Memes
  • [points to anything that isn’t an animal] that’s some good 6th day of creation shit
  • substituting curse words with words from dead languages
  • “Good job, Gabriel. “
  • arguing over which wing is more important to flight
  • “I can’t believe it’s not the Roman empire!”
  • God said let there be [anything that wasn’t included in the days of creation]
  • “Not Babylon again”
  • dinosaur bones in places they shouldn’t be
  • “it takes a village to raise the antichrist”
  • [playing Highway to Hell on a harp}
  • “Mount Vesuvius was a clerical error”
  • coming up with creative names for poisonous plants, then giving them to Michael as a new hair product
  • “Just because Jesus took a 3 day nap doesn’t mean you get one”
  • “I’ve got the body of a loaf of bread and enough alcohol in my veins to be called Jesus, too”
  • [anytime something bad happens] at least it’s not leprosy
  • the weekly game of “Worse Than Judas?”  that involves the angels competing to find the worst human alive