AC/DC ‎– Who Made Who LP levy

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Label: Columbia ‎– 5107691, Albert Productions ‎– 5107691, Sony Music ‎– 5107691
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Compilation, Reissue, Remastered, Stereo, 180 Gram
Country: Europe
Released: 2009
Genre: Rock, Stage & Screen
Style: Hard Rock, Soundtrack

Kunto: Uusi (Mint)

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A1 Who Made Who
Written-By – Angus Young, Brian Johnson, Malcolm Young
A2 You Shook Me All Night Long
Written-By – Angus Young, Brian Johnson, Malcolm Young
A3 D.T.
Written-By – Angus Young, Malcolm Young
A4 Sink The Pink
Written-By – Angus Young, Brian Johnson, Malcolm Young
A5 Ride On
Written-By – Angus Young, Bon Scott, Malcolm Young
B1 Hells Bells
Written-By – Angus Young, Brian Johnson, Malcolm Young
B2 Shake Your Foundations
Written-By – Angus Young, Brian Johnson, Malcolm Young
B3 Chase The Ace
Written-By – Angus Young, Malcolm Young
B4 For Those About To Rock (We Salute You)
Written-By – Angus Young, Brian Johnson, Malcolm Young

Who Made Who is a soundtrack album by Australian hard rock band AC/DC. Released on 26 May 1986, the album is the soundtrack to the Stephen King film Maximum Overdrive. The album was re-released in 2003 as part of the AC/DC Remasters series.


Three tracks on the album – "Who Made Who" and the instrumentals "D.T." and "Chase the Ace" – were newly written and recorded by AC/DC for the album. The remaining tracks were previously released by the band. Only one song, "Ride On", features previous lead vocalist Bon Scott, who died in 1980. All others feature his replacement, Brian Johnson.

Along with the album, the band released a 73-minute videotape, which contained music videos for the songs "Who Made Who", "You Shook Me All Night Long", "Shake Your Foundations" (remixed), "Hells Bells", and footage from a live performance of "For Those About to Rock (We Salute You)", which was filmed in Detroit in 1983.[2]

The video for the title track, directed by David Mallet, was recorded at the Brixton Academy in London and features a theme of countless clones of AC/DC guitarist Angus Young. According to the book AC/DC: Maximum Rock & Roll, these clones consisted of hundreds of fans who came from all over the UK, many of whom slept in the freezing cold in front of Brixton Academy for the opportunity to take part. This group was made up of approximately 300 members of the band's British fan club as well as others who had simply heard about the event on the radio.


The song "Who Made Who" was written for the Stephen King movie Maximum Overdrive, where the theme was around machines that came alive and begin killing people. The lyrics follow the idea of the gadgets and devices created by mankind coming to rule over human beings instead of the other way around; the irony where humans become subservient to the technology they created.[3][4]


Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic [5]
Christgau's Record Guide B[6]
Collector's Guide to Heavy Metal 6/10[7]
The Rolling Stone Album Guide [8]

The song "Who Made Who" became the band's most successful single in years, reaching No. 16 in the UK and No. 33 in the US.[9][10] It was also voted second best track of 1986 by the readers of Hit Parader magazine. Following this, a re-issue of "You Shook Me All Night Long" was released from the album, peaking at #46 in the UK.[9] The album has sold five million copies in the US. Stephen Thomas Erlewine of AllMusic calls the album "a ripping AC/DC retrospective" and applauds the band "rescuing songs like 'Sink the Pink' from otherwise mediocre albums."[5]



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