AC/DC's Phil Rudd Plans Sidelined By Heart Attack Recovery

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AC/DC's Phil Rudd has been forced to postpone a promotional tour for his debut solo album 'Head Job' to allow him more time to recover from his recent heart attack.

His camp reports that he is "making a really good recovery" and he himself says that he feels "twenty years a younger and 100% better" but his doctors advised him to push back his plans to promote the album.

The album was originally released by Universal Music Group in Australia & New Zealand but the promotional plans where put on hold by his legal issues which lead him to serving eight month home detention and pulling out of plans for AC/DC's world tour.

Rudd now reports that his "hell raising days are over... I see a psychiatrist once a week and I'm closer than ever to my children. I still have all my flash cars but now I want to grow chillies".


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