May 24, 1986. AC/DC releases Who Made Who, putting themselves back on the rock map at a time when interest in the band was at a low point.
The title track was the album's lone single, and the only new, vocal track on the album. The other two new songs--"D.T." and "Chase the Ace"--are instrumentals.
Why the odd tracklisting? Because 'Who Made Who' is actually a soundtrack to the 1986 film 'Maximum Overdrive,' based on the Stephen King novel.
The album can also be considered a quasi-compilation of sorts, as it includes previously released hits like "You Shook Me All Night Long," "Sink the Pink," and "Hells Bells."
AC/DC released a companion video tape with the album, featuring music videos and live footage.
The band re-relased 'Who Made Who' on CD in 2003 as part of their AC/DC Remasters series.