"Girls Got Rhythm" is a song by popular rock band AC/DC. It is found on their 1979 album Highway to Hell. The song was released as a single the same year. An EP was released in 1979 containing the songs: A1. "Girls Got Rhythm"; A2. "If You Want Blood (You've Got It)"; B1. "Hell Ain't a Bad Place to Be" (live; taken from If You Want Blood); B2. "Rock and Roll Damnation" (live; taken from If You Want Blood). -- Wikipedia
The AC/DC song Girls Got Rhythm was covered by ...
All cover versions with details
- Beki Bondage covered the song on her 2000 album "Cold Turkey".
- Lollipop covered it on the 1999 compilation "Hell Ain't a Bad Place to Be: A Tribute to AC/DC".
- Jon E Love covered it on the 2002 compilation "Let There Be Metal - A Tribute to AC/DC".
- She-Male Trouble covered it on the 2002 on the compilation "Come Back in Black - Punk Rock Tribute to AC/DC".
- Robin McAuley, Bruce Kulick, Tony Franklin & Aynsley Dunbar covered it on the 2004 compilation "AC•DC We Salute You - An All-Star Tribute".
- Sepalot feat. Mike Antoine covered it on their 2005 album "Fraud".
- My Generation covered it on their 2006 album "The Music of AC/DC - The Hits Re-Loaded".
- Dwight Twilley covered it on his 2009 album "Out of the Box".