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|'Shot in the Dark'|
|Single by AC/DC|
|from the album Power Up|
|Released||7 October 2020|
|Recorded||Late 2018 to early 2019|
|AC/DC singles chronology|
'Shot in the Dark' is a single by Australian rock band AC/DC from their seventeenth studio album Power Up. The song was recorded late 2018 to early 2019. It was released on 7 October 2020 at 3:00 p.m. (in Australia), and is the band's first single released since 2015's 'Rock the Blues Away' from their album Rock or Bust. The song will be used as the official theme for WWESurvivor Series.
The music video, directed by David Mallet, premiered on AC/DC's YouTube channel on 26 October 2020. 
On 1 October 2020, the band teased the new single in a 30-second video posted on Twitter, appearing to power up the amp with its iconic lightning bolt logo while playing the song, and noting PWR/UP, short for Power Up. AC/DC went on hiatus after completing their Rock or Bust tour in 2016, which featured Guns N' Roses singer, Axl Rose. In 2018, members Brian Johnson, Phil Rudd, and Cliff Williams rejoined the band after the two-year hiatus. On 5 October 2020, the band shared another short clip composed of behind-the-scenes footage featuring brief appearances by all five members of the band.
- Brian Johnson – lead vocals
- Angus Young – lead guitar
- Stevie Young – rhythm guitar, backing vocals
- Cliff Williams – bass, backing vocals
- Phil Rudd – drums
- Brendan O'Brien – production
- Mike Fraser – engineering, mixing
- Ryan Smith – mastering
- Billy Bowers – additional engineering
|Australia Digital Song Sales (Billboard)||3|
|Austria (Ö3 Austria Top 40)||67|
|Belgium (Ultratip Flanders)||21|
|Belgium (Ultratip Wallonia)||31|
|Canada (Canadian Hot 100)||50|
|Germany (Official German Charts)||83|
|New Zealand Hot Singles (RMNZ)||5|
|Switzerland (Schweizer Hitparade)||19|
|US Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles (Billboard)||16|
|US Hot Rock & Alternative Songs (Billboard)||13|
|US Mainstream Rock (Billboard)||1|
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- ^AC/DC (26 October 2020). AC/DC Shot in the Dark Global Video Premiere Event. YouTube. Retrieved 26 October 2020.
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- ^Sommer Brokaw (1 October 2020). 'AC/DC teases new single 'Shot in the Dark''. UPI. Retrieved 8 October 2020.
- ^Sam Moore (7 October 2020). 'AC/DC release new single 'Shot In The Dark' and announce release date for 'POWER UP' album'. NME. Retrieved 8 October 2020.
- ^'Australia Digital Song Sales Chart: October 24, 2020'. Billboard. Retrieved 29 October 2020.
- ^'Austriancharts.at – AC/DC – Shot in the Dark' (in German). Ö3 Austria Top 40. Retrieved 22 October 2020.
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- ^'AC DC Chart History (Canadian Hot 100)'. Billboard. Retrieved 20 October 2020.
- ^'Offiziellecharts.de – AC/DC – Shot in the Dark'. GfK Entertainment Charts. Retrieved 16 October 2020.
- ^'NZ Hot Singles Chart'. Recorded Music NZ. 19 October 2020. Retrieved 16 October 2020.
- ^'Official Scottish Singles Sales Chart Top 100'. Official Charts Company. Retrieved 11 October 2020.
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|'Danger! High Voltage'|
|Single by Electric Six|
|from the album Fire|
|B-side||'I Lost Control (Of My Rock and Roll)'|
|Electric Six singles chronology|
'Danger! High Voltage' is a song by American rock band Electric Six. It was released as the band's debut single and the lead single from their debut studio album, Fire (2003), in 2002 as a 7-inch vinyl. It was re-released by XL Recordings on January 6, 2003. It peaked at number two on the UK Singles Chart. It received positive reviews from critics and was named Single of the Week by the NME.
Jack White of The White Stripes, a fellow Detroit native, performed the secondary lead vocals on the track. Members of the band have claimed in interviews that the singer was an auto mechanic named John S. O'Leary and not White, although music critics suspected this name was a pseudonym for White.
The song was originally recorded in early 2000, when the band was under the name The Wildbunch. They were forced to drop this name following legal pressure from the Bristol trip hop collective of the same name. The later album and single version was produced by British music producers, Damien Mendis and Stuart Bradbury—who also created club mixes under the name of Soulchild.
The New York Times called the song 'catchier than anything on the radio by the White Stripes.'The Guardian called it 'insanely catchy', though 'the archetypal comic novelty single.'Josh Tyrangiel with Time magazine also praised the track.NME's Piers Martin wrote '[Electric Six] rustle up the sort of pop-party thrash which sounds like the idiot half-brother to The Rapture’s 'House Of Jealous Lovers'. That good.' The song is listed at number 234 on the best songs of the 2000s by Pitchfork Media. It was also featured in The Pitchfork 500. Writing for The Village Voice, Amy Phillips said, 'The two men shout declarations of affection to each other over a sizzling Saturday Night Fever groove, and the sax sounds as if it's being played by someone with a long, luscious mullet. The video features taxidermy and a glowing codpiece.'
High Voltage Music Video
In other media
The song is also featured in films Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle and Diary of a Wimpy Kid. It was used in commercials for Subaru, the TV show Malcolm in the Middle, animated series The Simpsons and the video game Forza Motorsport 6.
The video for this song was produced by Tom Kuntz and Mike Maguire and stars lead singer Dick Valentine and actress Tina Kanarek outfitted with a brightly flashing codpiece and bra, respectively, as well as a similarly endowed moose, engaging in acts of lovemaking. Paintings featured in the video were created by artist Brian Rea.
- 'Danger! High Voltage (Soulchild Radio Mix)'
- 'I Lost Control (Of My Rock & Roll)'
- 'Remote Control (Me)'
High Voltage Cd
- 'Danger! High Voltage (Soulchild 12-inch Blitz Mix)'
- 'Danger! High Voltage (Thin White Duke Mix)'
- 'Danger! High Voltage (Kilogram Mix)'
- 'Danger! High Voltage (original 7-inch mix)'
- 'I Lost Control (Of My Rock & Roll)'
- 'Danger! High Voltage (Soulchild 12-inch Blitz Mix)'
|United Kingdom (BPI)||Silver||200,000|
sales+streaming figures based on certification alone
- ^Originally released in 2002, re-released on January 6, 2003.
- ^ abPlagenhoef, Scott; Schreiber, Ryan, eds. (November 2008). The Pitchfork 500. Simon & Schuster. pp. 165–166. ISBN978-1-4165-6202-3.
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- ^Ieg / Ecc. 'Music From the Underground - Electric Six'. antiMUSIC. Retrieved February 12, 2012.
- ^'Electric Six Interview'. Freewilliamsburg.com. Archived from the original on March 19, 2007. Retrieved February 12, 2012.
- ^Haag, Stephen. 'Electric Six: Fire < PopMatters'. Popmatters.com. Retrieved February 12, 2012.
- ^'5 Jack White projects you may not know about'. AXS. June 23, 2014.
- ^Handyside, 2013, pg. 180
- ^Handyside, 2013, pg. 183
- ^Strauss, Neil (February 16, 2003). 'MUSIC: SPINS; Burning Down the Garage'. The New York Times. Retrieved on January 4, 2008
- ^Petridis, Alexis (June 27, 2003), 'Electric Six: Fire'The Guardian. Retrieved on January 4, 2008
- ^Tyrangiel, Josh (June 2, 2003), 'Brilliant Idiots'. Time Retrieved on January 4, 2008
- ^'Electric Six: Danger! High Voltage'. New Music Express. January 7, 2003. Retrieved May 17, 2009.
- ^Amy Phillips. 'Sax as a Weapon'. Village Voice.
- ^'Xbox Celebrates a Legacy of Innovation in Forza Motorsport 6 TV Ad'. Xbox Wire. Retrieved September 7, 2015.
- ^ 'Issue 677'ARIA Top 100 Singles. National Library of Australia. Retrieved September 23, 2020.
- ^'Ultratop.be – Electric Six – Danger! High Voltage' (in Dutch). Ultratop 50.
- ^'Eurochart Hot 100 Singles'(PDF). Music & Media. Vol. 21 no. 5. January 25, 2003. p. 15. Retrieved August 28, 2020.
- ^'The Irish Charts – Search Results – Danger! High Voltage'. Irish Singles Chart. Retrieved January 16, 2020.
- ^'Dutchcharts.nl – Electric Six – Danger! High Voltage' (in Dutch). Single Top 100.
- ^'Official Scottish Singles Sales Chart Top 100'. Official Charts Company.
- ^'Official Singles Chart Top 100'. Official Charts Company.
- ^'Official Independent Singles Chart Top 50'. Official Charts Company.
- ^'Official UK Singles Chart 2003'(PDF). UKChartsPlus. Retrieved June 27, 2018.
- ^'British single certifications – Electric Six – Danger High Voltage'. British Phonographic Industry. Retrieved August 28, 2020.
- Handyside, Chris (2004). Fell in Love with a Band: The Story of The White Stripes. Location unknown:St. Martin's Griffin
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High Voltage Video Games
- Official video clip on YouTube
- Lyrics of this song at MetroLyrics