Creator Backlash: Their setlists lack anything from between For Those About To Rock (We Salute You) and The Razors Edge, "Who Made Who" being the lone exception.
Executive Meddling: The four first albums were released in US with messed up tracklists. Even worse, the non-Australian version of High Voltage is essentially a scaled-down T.N.T. with a couple of songs from the Australian High Voltage. A handful of early AC/DC songs have still never been officially released outside of Australia, and the band wouldn't release the same studio album with the same track listing until Highway To Hell.
Eddie Kramer, the first producer for the Highway to Hell album, wanted them to make disco music.