Top Ten Hard Rock Albums of the 1970sUsernameHere
The Top Ten
Bon Scott's last stand (before his death a year later. ) He does a bloody well job, too.
Where hard rock and metal truly started. This and In Rock were important albums. - Userguy44
I like AC/DC, but if I'm honest, Machine Head is way better than Highway to Hell. - Gg2000
A very good album with some of the early hard rock and metal songs on it. Deep Purple are called pioneers of hard rock and metal for a reason. - Metal_Treasure
All songs was epic
Good as the other albums in this top 10 are, Led Zep I, II, I, IV & Physical Graffitti are all miles ahead in every way. None of the others have the consistently high quality, extraordinary variety, sheer power or talent of Led Zep.
Not even close to hard rock. Best Progressive rock album, not Hard Rock - mr_crossover27
This is an amazing album, but it's not hard rock.
This is not hard rock - christangrant
Not a hard rock album. But great
Should be #2, right after Led Zeppelin IV. - MaxPap
I felt the need to vote on this because I think it's the heaviest Aerosmith album. I wish they did more stuff like this today. - Gg2000
It's very hard hard rock, actually rock-to-metal as there are several metal songs on it. - Metal_Treasure
Ultimate hard rock album of the 70's - Garjen
These guys were a bunch of really solid musicians. This album deserves more attention from the general public; it's great from start to finish. - Gg2000
1. It's 1969
2. It's Psychedelic/Blues Rock
3. Half of the Songs Are Rip-Offs
More punk rock than hard rock for me. - Metal_Treasure