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AC/DC: Rock and Roll Ain't Noise Pollution Meaning

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Song Released: 1981


Rock and Roll Ain't Noise Pollution Lyrics

(All right)
Hey there, all you middle men
Throw away your fancy clothes
And while you're out there sittin' on a fence
So get off your ass and come down here
'Cause rock 'n' roll ain't no riddle man
To me it makes good, good sense

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  1. anonymous
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    Aug 20th 2011 report

    Its a reply for New Zealand government who accused ACDC for being too "noise" and acoustic pollution

  2. anonymous
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    Dec 2nd 2006 report

    it is about how rock'n roll isn't bad for your ears and how it is never going to die. It was written when a club didn't like ac/dc's rock

  3. anonymous
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    Nov 14th 2006 report

    The real meaning...
    A bar had complained about ac/dc's music, and rhythm guitarist malcolm young came up with this song concept in retaliation, simply stating that noone can stop rock 'n roll, and that he would play it till he died.

  4. blue
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    Feb 7th 2006 report

    "Anonymous" seems to have the same idea I have. It's about critics saying Rock and Roll is Noise Pollution. If you get the Dualdisc of the album, it even says something along the lines of "...and the closing F***-you to AC/DC's critics, 'Rock and Rock Ain't Noise Pollution."

  5. anonymous
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    Dec 27th 2005 report

    And about how he doesn't care about those people that don't like rock. FILTHY HYPOCRITES! They make more noise complaining.

  6. jusplainjesse
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    Jul 27th 2005 report

    This is all about a love for Rock and Roll.


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