They own you, through and through...
Mark H. | Hanson, MA USA | 04/13/2010
(3 out of 5 stars)
"A curious collection to say the least, `Who Made Who' brought AC/DC into the movie business in the spring of 1986. As a soundtrack for the putrid film `Maximum Overdrive', the band had been asked by long time fan and horror meister Stephen King to supply his directorial debut with a bit of their trademark `thunder'. The album was huge seller which was very curious in that it contains only three new songs; the anthemic title track and two instrumentals. "Who Made Who", the song, became the band's biggest hit since "For Those About to Rock" which curiously enough is on the present album as was "Hells Bells" and "You Shook Me All Night Long". Though the soundtrack included these heavy hits it would be wrong to consider `WHW' a greatest hits though many non fans probably bought it with that in mind. A question might have been why no more originals, make it worth a real fan's purchase? Two from `Fly on the Wall' and `Ride On' complete the selection and that's what you have to consider this album as; almost a random of collection of AC/DC songs that King supposed chose himself. Only for the fan that has to have it all or the casual fan but for someone who wants to seriously immerse themselves in prime AC/DC, you need to go deeper."