ALL HAIL CAESAR!!!!
Hail to AC/DC.
Ballbreaker was even better than The Razor’s Edge.
Hard as a Rock is the perfect introduction to a ball-breaking album. The opening riff is enough to make even the weakest of men feel powerful.
Cover You In Oil is as naughty as it is epic.
Whiskey on the Rocks is the song that wakes me up in the morning.
Hail Caesar should be played during Roman history lessons!
Boogie Man scares my friends it’s so cool!
Ballbreaker is the harder-than-stone, cranium-rattling album that is AC/DC in a nutshell.
Hail Cesar is best on Album but rest of it is good
By Trust and Us
Work of Art
Ballbreaker was ACDCs last album of the 20th century and saw the return of the main drummer Phil Rudd. The overall tone of this album is bluesy and dark but still heart pounding and head bobbing. Amazing hard hitting riffs and jamming choruses will have you finishing the last song before you even realize the album is over. As an avid ACDC fan, this is a must have for your ACDC album collection. Some of their best sounding songs from the later albums.
Love this !
In midst of 90s grudge Acdc gave us hard rock . Some very cheesy lyrics but this is Angus at his best .
Harder than a rock!
AC/DC's most underrated and best album! 100's of plays of said song which tops my iTunes plays for several years now.
Bluesyer but still awesome
By Angry Batman
If you were living in the 90s and you were loving the razors edge chances are that you might have been disappointed with this one as it is their most bluesy album and if you only like the harder power driven AC/DC this album isn't for you but if you appreciate both sides then you will love this album
One song album. Repeat the title of the song, repeat the title of the song, little guitar riff, repeat the title of the song, ........ugh.
One of there most hardcore albums and Definitely one of there best! ROCK ON! 🎸
"You Alright, Ballbreaker!"
I have the complete AC/DC catalog and can say that are my all time favorite band. Out of all the albums I always keep coming back to this album. The production is full and punchy with great bass response. You can almost picture the boys recording these songs in a dark dingy room with smoke lingering in the air and empty beer mugs. Despite AC/DC's raw style, this album is a polished recording and in my opinion is their last "great" album.