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Shot In The Dark

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Brendan O'Brien, Producer, Mixing Engineer - AC/DC, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer - Cliff Williams, Bass Guitar - Ryan Smith, Mastering Engineer - Mike Fraser, Engineer, Mixing Engineer - Richard Jones, Misc. Prod. - Angus Young, Composer, Lyricist, Guitar - Malcolm Young, Composer, Lyricist - Brian Johnson, Vocal - Billy Bowers, Misc. Prod. - Zach Blackstone, Assistant Engineer - Kyle Stevens, Assistant Engineer - Phil Rudd, Drums - Stevie Young, Guitar - Trace Foster, Misc. Prod. - Matt Tuggle, Assistant Engineer - Dominick Civiero, Assistant Engineer - Colin Kadlec, Assistant Engineer - Simon Murton, Misc. Prod.

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