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AC/DC's Phil Rudd Releases Debut Album

PHIL RUDD

HEAD JOB

AUGUST 29

AC/DC's PHIL RUDD RELEASES DEBUT ALBUM

Over the past 20 years or so amidst spending time drumming for Australia's favourite rock export AC/DC, running a studio and a restaurant, racing cars, flying helicopters and a bit of farming in the land of the long white cloud; Melbourne born drummer Phil Rudd has been quietly writing an album worth of songs which is set for release on 29th August 2014.

From the rollicking first single "Repo Man", a gentle reminder about karma; to the rocking title track "Head Job”, a play on words describing a trip to the pub with mates to commiserate someone doing your head in... From the upbeat dirty groove of "Bad Move" to the relationship-driven "Crazy", Rudd has delivered a very personal album "about the shit that goes on..." as the great man himself said.

Phil Rudd's HEAD JOB is out August 29 through Universal Music.

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