"Who Made Who" as written by and Malcolm Mitchell Young Brian Johnson....
The video game says "play me"
Face it on a level but it takes you every time on a one on one
Feeling running down your spine
Nothing gonna save your one last dime 'cause it own you
Through and through

The databank know my number
Says I gotta pay 'cause I made the grade last year
Feel it when I turn the screw
Kicks you round the world, there ain't a thing that it can't do
Do to you

Who made who, who made you?
Who made who, ain't nobody told you?
Who made who, who made you?
If you made them and they made you
Who picked up the bill, and who made who?
Who made who
Who turned the screw?

Yeah, satellites send me picture
Get it in the eye, take it to the wire
Spinning like a dynamo
Feel it going round and round
Running out of chips, you got no line in an eight bit town
So don't look down, no

Who made who, who made you?
Who made who, ain't nobody told you?
Who made who, who made you?
If you made them and they made you
Who picked up the bill, and who made who?
Ain't nobody told you
Oh who made who?
Who made you?
Who made who (who made who)
And who made who (who made who)
Nobody told you

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"Who Made Who" as written by Angus Mckinnon Young Brian Johnson


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    General CommentPeople,

    Who Made Who was made for Stephen King's B-movie "Maximum Overdrive". The movie is about a week in which machines and automobiles gain independent thought and rebel against their human creators and users (particularly the big trucks which go after people). King was a big fan of AC/DC, so he decided to make the whole soundtrack AC/DC. Which is why if you get the Who Made Who album, there are some songs from a few years ago (like Hell's Bells).

    So obviously this song is about a machine rebellion against humans and the battle between the two.

    The best thing about this song was the music video. It had some robots bringing Angus Young "to life" ala Frankenstein, and the band performs in a big space on what looks like a spaceship/lab. A little cheesy, but very fun.
    Balleron January 28, 2005   Link
  • +2
    General CommentMaximum Overdrive is such a good movie
    bob3lbon February 15, 2005   Link
  • +1
    General Commentsecond thoughts about life?

    it sounds like it about people being owned by computers and microchips.

    which made which?
    _-MaSSiMo-_on January 01, 2005   Link
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    General CommentLike the guy said, made for Maximum Overdrive. Look out for that soda machine that whacks a bunch of little leaguers by launching coke cans at them. Love the line in the movie from the terrified waitress "We made you!" ah but who made who? Ask Stephen King for meaning, ask AC/DC to ROCK!
    timmersson January 25, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentNobody's commented on this great great song? oh well, i'm honored to do this. i think they were having second thoughts about life. maybe or maybe not. This is the second best song they did. the first is T.N.T.
    Thrdfooton December 29, 2004   Link
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    General CommentSounds sort of like a battle on technology to me. Who knows. If I knew Angus Young and the members of AC/DC, I'd ask them... But I don't... unfortunatley.
    SpineofaJellyFishon January 01, 2005   Link
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    General Commenthey thats pretty cool about the stephen king thing, i really like this song, i know a lot of acdc fans who dont know this song, and im like your crazy this is an amazing song!
    who_rockon January 30, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General Commenti luv this song and ma dads got it on vinal lol and im so surprised to find not many people have comented its like dude r u people fucking dead!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    soulpatchrocker01on August 30, 2005   Link
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    General CommentMy favorite song of all time... Absolutely LOVE the video especially the part with all the Angus clones marching.

    This song is about technology vs. Man and the struggles they face...i guess fitting for the time which it was released in which i believe was 1986. "The video games said play me Face it on a level but it takes you every time on a one on one...." man this is such an awesome under-rated song. LOVE IT
    Dirty_Deedson January 12, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Commentthis song questions god
    ACDCROCKSon February 24, 2006   Link

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