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AC/DC

Gone Shootin'

Hard Rock
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Gone Shootin is the 7th song on AC/DC’s Powerage album. The song was featured in the movie Beavis and Butt-head Do America. The song, written by brothers Malcolm and Angus Young, along with Bon Scott, is about heroin overdose. It is notable for being one of their slower, more relaxed songs, with a somewhat bluesy riff. Along with this, the bass is very active during the song; as Angus is soloing Cliff has his own solo-like bass line. Drummer Phil Rudd plays one of his tightest, “in-the-pocket” grooves incorporating an unusual (for AC/DC) off-beat tom every second bar. These elements all combine to make a unique track in the band’s catalogue. In 2007, a studio version of Gone Shootin’ with Brian Johnson was included on the second disc of Plug Me In. The footage was taken from... Read on...

Song lines: ♪ Gone shootin ... My baby's gone shootin

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More songs by Ac/dc (See Charts): Hell Ain'T A Bad Place To Be, Night Prowler, Ain'T No Fun, Jailbreak, What Do You Do For Money Honey, Flick Of The Switch, Moneytalks, Let There Be Rock, Big Balls, and Riff Raff.

Popular in Hard Rock (See Charts): Sweet Child O' Mine, We Are The Champions, You Shook Me All Night Long, Whole Lotta Love, Won'T Get Fooled Again, Walk This Way, Eye Of The Tiger, Back In Black, You Really Got Me, and Highway To Hell.

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