AC/DC, the review of "Who Made Who"

AC/DC, the review of “Who Made Who”


Who Made Who

Columbia Records/Legacy Recordings

Fly On The Wall, the album released by AC/DC in June 1985, did not receive great ovations from critics and the public. But, incontrovertibly, the band still remains a name of great live appeal, so The Fly On The Wall Tour started in September of that year and continued for five months, until February 1986, with glorious performances in all most important venues in the world: from Madison Square Garden to the LA Forum and even two dates at the Wembley Arena in London.

Of course, after such a tour de force the band is exhausted and everyone expects to see them take a break to recharge their batteries. But the surprise is literally around the corner.

In May 1986 a single titled was released Who Made Who, which seems to give AC/DC back that irresistible magic that had brought them to the Olympus of rock. In reality the piece is the first piece of a peculiar operation: the film's soundtrack Thrillwritten and directed by none other than the master of terror Stephen King (based on his short story Truck). King, a big fan of Angus and his band, wants the film's music to be AC ​​/ DC and have something special for fans like him. This is how this album was born, a sort of greatest hits, but with three new songs. Two instrumentals (DT And Chase The Ace) and the real bomb: Who Made Who, a piece with a vaguely hard funk soul, with a riff and a chorus of those that AC/DC hadn't let us listen to in a long time, which stick in our heads and never leave. It is no coincidence that it is one of the group's most successful singles ever and manages to drive the album, achieving good sales results – despite the fact that it is essentially a compilation of classics from various eras of the band.

Columbia Records/Legacy Recordings, on the occasion of the band's 50th anniversary, reissues the entire AC/DC catalog on gold vinyl. All LPs – in limited edition – are accompanied by a 12″x12″ print, different for each album, to collect and frame.


Who Made Who

You Shook Me All Night Long


Sink The Pink

Ride On

Hells Bells

Shake Your Foundations

Chase The Ace

For Those About To Rock (We Salute You)