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Who Made Who Enhanced, Best of, Original recording remastered

4.2 out of 5 stars 42 customer reviews

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (April 29 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording remastered, Best of, Enhanced
  • Label: Sony Music Canada Inc.
  • ASIN: B00008WT5J
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars 42 customer reviews
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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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Format: Audio CD
At first glance at the track list, it would appear that this disc is a small best-of/greatest hits package, but obviously that's not the purpose of this album due to the absence of obligatory tracks like 'Highway To Hell,' 'Back in Black,' 'Dirty Deeds,' the list goes on. Actually, "Who Made Who" is the official soundtrack (minus Roger Miller's 'King of the Road') to Stephen King's 80s horror movie "Maximum Overdrive," a film that has since become a minor cult classic about a day machines and other electronic devices begin to take over the world and kill their human inventors.
The fact that someone like Stephen King chose AC/DC to supply the music to his deliciously tongue-in-cheek movie seems ironic, but it actually fits, and once you watch the film you'll get it (he would do it again by using punk pioneers The Ramones for 'Pet Sematary').
As for the music, the album contains only three then-unreleased songs, but the others are a neat sampler for those interested in material from the first few AC/DC albums with Brian Johnson, with one song from the Bon Scott era ('Ride On'), which is a great song--one of the few, if not the only, sympathetic ballads in AC/DC's catalog--but it's not exactly the best song to use when introducing someone to Bon Scott's contributions to the group, one of the many factors that dispell the "best of" label some put on the album.
As for the three songs written for the film, the track 'Who Made Who' is surprisingly sincere, and slightly more restrained in its approach when compared to AC/DC's signature sound.
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As a soundtrack, this CD is unbelievably good. So if hearing music from an average movie over and over again could possibly do one of your favorite bands justice, run out or online to your local record store and feel proud. As a 9-track compilation of the metal masters, the set sounds less than out of luck. It seems what Young, Johnson, Mutt and the rest of the ACDC team won't consider is what most fans have wanted/expected for years - a Best Of that honors the band's truly greatest hits. Trying to convince dedicated fans Who Made Who, with only 5 (including the new then title track) of the 20+ classics, no longer cuts any Black. No need to get in a panic Angus, followers have already bought all the studio albums. At least give us a chance now to own a disc(s) the band has meant concert/recording business with over the decades. I'm convinced I'd pay whatever the price to celebrate a listing of your greatest rolling in my car player on yes even a Cowtown weekend. If fans must again settle to burn the best, so be it. At least that way T.N.T. for one can be reassured the true Voltage it deserves after all this time...
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Many people mistake this album for beeing a "greatest hits" album and i can assure you it is not! Steve King was making a new movie called "Maximum Overdrive" and he asked AC/DC if he could use a few of there songs in his movie! And they even wrote a few numbers for the movie , which 2 appear on the album "D.T" & "Chase The Ace" which are intrumentals (no vocals)!
AC/DC also wrote a new song for the movie "Who Made Who" which is known as one of there best of the Brian era!
So forget people telling you this is a GH album, because it is not! If you already own other AC/DC albums that contain most of the songs on this album, then beware, this album only contains 3 songs! 2 of which have no lyrics! But if you dont own any AC/DC albums, or are looking to complete a collection, its a great album to have. If its WMW in particuler your after, you will like this album!
Really, if it was up to me? I'd have added "who made Who" "D.T" and "chase the ace" to the Album Fly On the Wall or "blow up my video"! The re-issue came with a downfall, you would hope they would rectify there mistake... originally the album was to contain a remixed version of Who Made Who and Shake Your Foundations... but only appeared on Australian Lps! youd think they might have included that when re-issuing it? so it drops one star for me for that reason!
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Format: Audio CD
AC/DC's 1986 release entitled "Who Made Who" is actually the music from the soundtrack "Maximim Overdrive" written by Stephen King. The entire soundtrack's music was provided by AC/DC which was ideal for this movie,which was about machines taking over, hence depicted in the song "Who Made Who". There are some excellent rocker's here pulled from the various AC/DC catalog (the several exceptions being the title song "Who Made Who", "D.T." and "Chase The Ace" which made their debut on this album) such as "Hells Bells" and "You Shook Me All Night Long" (from Back In Black), "Sink The Pink" and "Shake Your Foundations" (from Fly On The Wall),"Ride On" (from Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap)and "For Those About To Rock (We Salute You)" (from the album For Those About To Rock...). I purchased this cd just for the three above mentioned songs "Who Made Who", "D.T." and "Chase The Ace", the last two are ... kicking instrumental rockers and are unique to this album (or cd in this case). Those of you who remember watching "Maximum Overdrive" will instantly have flashbacks when hearing these three songs. The song "Who Made Who" opens the movie with an awesome car collision due to a drawbridge opening on it's own as cars are lined up on top. Total chaos erupts as the bridge opens and cars crash into one another and a motorcylist and car plunge into the river below. Also, the song "Chase The Ace" is played during a a car chase scene where a Mack truck driving with no one at the wheel, continues to rear end a newlywed couple's car until the truck ends up going over an embankment and going up in flames. "D.T." is played as a young boy rides his bike down a neighborhood street and sprinklers and a lawnmower seem to have a mind of their own and go on for no apparent reason.Read more ›
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