Shake Your Foundations

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"Shake Your Foundations"
Single by AC/DC
from the album Fly on the Wall
B-side"Stand Up" (7" and 12")
"Jailbreak" (Live in Dallas 1985 – 12" only)
Released1985
Format7 inch, 12 inch
Recorded1985
GenreHard rock
Length4:10
LabelAtlantic Records
Producer(s)Angus Young, Malcolm Young
AC/DC singles chronology
"Sink the Pink"
(1985)
"Shake Your Foundations"
(1985)
"Who Made Who"
(1986)
 
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"Shake Your Foundations"
Single by AC/DC
from the album Fly on the Wall
B-side"Stand Up" (7" and 12")
"Jailbreak" (Live in Dallas 1985 – 12" only)
Released1985
Format7 inch, 12 inch
Recorded1985
GenreHard rock
Length4:10
LabelAtlantic Records
Producer(s)Angus Young, Malcolm Young
AC/DC singles chronology
"Sink the Pink"
(1985)
"Shake Your Foundations"
(1985)
"Who Made Who"
(1986)

"Shake Your Foundations" is a song and single by Australian hard rock band AC/DC, written by Angus and Malcolm Young and Brian Johnson.

The song was released on their 1985 album Fly on the Wall. The following year, it was remixed by Harry Vanda and George Young, who worked with AC/DC on earlier albums, and released on Who Made Who, the soundtrack to the Stephen King film Maximum Overdrive. In this remix, the song is shortened from 4:10 to 3:53. The drum track begins at seventeen seconds and the full band kicks in at 48 seconds. Also, Johnson's vocals can be heard more clearly in the remix. Vinyl releases of the album include the remix, while most CD releases include the original version.

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