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Artist: AC/DC

Title: Who Made Who

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1986

Label: Atco

Catalog Number: 81650-2

Personnel

Brian Johnson vocals
Cliff Williams bass
Simon Wright drums
Angus Young guitar
Malcolm Young guitar
Bon Scott vocal
Mark Evans bass
Phil Rudd drums

Tracks

1.  Who Made Who  
2.  You Shook Me All Night Long  
3.  D.T.  
4.  Sink The Pink  
5.  Ride On  
6.  Hells Bells  
7.  Shake Your Foundations  
8.  Chase The Ace  
9.  For Those About to Rock (We Salute You)  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: eric Date: May 9, 2001 at 21:04
a great soundtrack to a not so great movie. it has classics like you shook me all night long, hell's bells and for those about to rock, as well as a few selections off fly on the wall, a cool instrumental, and of course an awesome opener, who made who. this album rocks

From: dokken6008 Date: April 14, 2002 at 3:17
I forget if I ever did watch the film 'Maximum Overdrive' but if I did, it must have not been that memorable. This soundtrack is a must for AC/DC fans but if you are not a huge fan, you are better off buying any of their studio albums instead. Six of the nine tracks are from various AC/DC records while three of them were new additions never before heard on any of DC's previous releases. The new tracks are the smash-hit 'Who Made Who' and the two instrumentals 'D.T.' and 'Chase The Ace'. 8.0/10.

From: Desslar Date: April 14, 2002 at 12:51
A crappy movie with a great soundtrack. There's no real reason for fans to buy this album though. There's an equally good version of 'Who Made Who' on the live album, and the instrumentals here are really nothing special. If you want a hits collection get AC/DC Live.

From: dokken6008 Date: April 15, 2002 at 16:08
You're misleading AC/DC fans; the instrumentals may not amount up to Joe Satriani or Steve Vai material, but that is not the point. 'D.T.' and 'Chase The Ace' still are pretty bad-ass tunes. And as for the title-track 'Who Made Who', it sounds COMPLETELY different on the studio record than it does on the 'Live At Donnigton' recording. Live, it sounds a lot more raw and to the point, but in the studio it has a completely different flair. REAL AC/DC fans should pick this one up.

From: jason (FA - Q) Date: August 5, 2002 at 21:49
I have to say that the instrumental 'Chase The Ace' has one of Angus Young's best guitar solo's EVER! I haven't heard him tear up a guitar like that since the song 'Kicked In The Teeth', off the Powerage album. Take a good listen to 'Chase The Ace' and hear what I am talking about.

From: purrfect-kat Date: September 10, 2002 at 5:29
So many guys use to play this cd alot years ago and I have to admit (it ROCKS!!!) . . .Every tune is a classic to me and all I can remember from that time is all the guys had long hair,, blue jeans and leather jackets. . . 'softly sighs' . . . nowadays I see mostly guys clean cut and shaving their legs . . . . Where the hell did all the head bangers go?

From: d.a.n.69 Date: February 18, 2003 at 23:40
what a joke.... always the same fucking voice, two at three chords,no evolution,really really really cheap,just for teenager..suck it

From: Great Dane Date: February 19, 2003 at 1:34
d.a.n69. Thats just the cool part of it.They never turned into a Grunge band, Never turned into Glam, never sold out. They just stick to what they believe in. Good old Rock'n Roll. Bands that do the same, are still alive and kickin' Motorhead, Saxon, Judas Priest, Metallica(Hmm), Iron Maiden,Mercyful Fate do the same..........And those bands are doing better than most bands around. Ironically, there are two voives on the album you refer to. But that doesnt make you Deaf does it.???

From: Great Dane Date: February 19, 2003 at 1:35
....................Voices

From: Great Dane Date: February 19, 2003 at 1:36
69.........if thats your age, it almost makes you a teenager, doesnt it.?

From: rising power Date: March 24, 2003 at 0:52
I think it's a little bit of an uncoherent compilation. Yet it was a soundtrack to the Stephen King film Maximum Overdrive Don't know why he chose AC/DC. He probably thought heavy metal bands sing about horror and AC/DC is a heavy metal band. But a lot of heavy metal bands don't sing about horror and AC/DC certainly don't Stephen King misses the point that heavy metal is about rebellion and having fun not just about horror

From: Blue Tequila Date: March 24, 2003 at 4:08
The reason Stephen King used AC/DC for the soundtrack wasn't because he was trying to make any comparison between horror movies and heavy metal. It is because he's a huge fan of AC/DC. A lot of people also think Who Made Who was meant to be a 'greatest hits' album but actually King himself picked out the 6 tunes because he liked them and wanted them on his soundtrack. The other 3 songs were written specifically for the movie.

From: robert Date: March 24, 2003 at 14:52
Maravilloso, en su linea clasica!! Q temazos hay aki metidos, verdaderos himnos d rock and roll!!! LONG LIVE AC/DC!!!

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From: Whiplash1972 Date: October 19, 2003 at 0:55
It's a soundtrack...it's a greatest hits compilation of sorts..it's a great collection of AC/DC songs. If you don't already own most of these on other AC/DC releases, this is a VERY worthwhile investment.

From: jack Date: August 10, 2004 at 1:40
The songs all rock from top to bottom. An excellent melodic metal album!

From: T-Bone Date: August 10, 2004 at 4:50
AC/DC Melodic Metal?!?!?! I think Nay. AC/DC is pure Rock N Roll. The term Melodic Metal is more for Wasp, Judas Priest, Dio, Pink Cream 69 and those types of bands.

From: jack Date: August 10, 2004 at 6:20
Judas priest? There's nothing melodic about them. But i gusee yer right about ac/dc being pure hard rock band. My mistake there.

From: Propane Date: December 2, 2004 at 14:05
This one drove right over me, backed up, drove over me, etc., until I was completely covered in blood. Very nice release from these guys. Perfect disc.

From: roisin dubh Date: October 26, 2006 at 14:24
Compilation with additional tracks to make it temptingfor owners of studio albums to buy. Six previously released classics and the excellent title track as one of the newbies make this a very good all round track. Don't klnow if I'd have paid full price for three new tracks though

From: Metalmusicman Date: January 2, 2007 at 18:48
The movie sucked in a big way, but the soundtrack is pretty cool. An AC/DC best of sorts, as the set list is very eclectic to say the least and these are not the songs I would have chose for a best of, but it's not intended to be a best of. The fact of the matter is this simple. Stephen King is a huge AC/DC fan and asked if they would contibute a couple of new tunes to the movie and they said yes. He just decieded to fill the rest of the soundtrack with all AC/DC tunes as well. Worth having!!!

From: pie75 Date: March 15, 2009 at 8:06
i keep reading that this is a best of of some sorts it's nothing of the sort just songs steven king wanted on his first movie (and a shit one at that)and 3 new songs recorded 4 the movie the instrumentals are fine and what a great lead break from angus in chase the ace as for the title track it's so simple yet so brilliant the song put them back in the limelight again it sounds fresh still today and i thought brian's singing made the song it's simply a great album

From: rick kerch vzla Date: December 15, 2015 at 9:57
This is a decent Soundtrack with some famous songs of the band redome for the occasion...tracks 1(a hit single),2(classic),4,6,8(a good rocking instrumental one)& (another classic)were the ones for me.84/100


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