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Phil Rudd
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    (May 19, 1954- )
    Birth name is Phillip Hugh Norman Witschke
    Drummer for AC/DC
    Recorded the albums 'High Voltage,' 'Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap,' 'Let There Be Rock,' 'Powerage,' 'Highway to Hell,' 'Back in Black,' 'For Those About to Rock,' 'Flick of the Switch,' 'Ballbreaker' and 'Stiff Upper Lip'
    He was fired from AC/DC because he was having problems with alcohol, pot and Malcolm Young. The incident eventually started a fight.
    After he left AC/DC, he claimed to give up professional music completely.
    His first band, 'Colored Balls' was a skinhead band.
    Unlike the Young brothers and Bon Scott, he is actually from Australia.
    He appeared in the Howard Stern movie 'Private Parts.'
    He became a helicopter pilot after he left AC/DC.
    AC/DC invited him back in 1994 to play with them. This eventually led to his return.
    AC/DC was glad to have him back.
    After he retired, AC/DC fans would go to his old neighborhood to try to locate him.
    He retired to New Zealand rather than Melbourne to keep his profile lower.

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