Phil Rudd of AC/DC performs on stage on the first day of the Download Festival at Donington Park on June 11, 2010 in Derby, England.
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AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd described allegations he tried to hire a hitman as "ludicrous" Monday and said he wanted to keep his job with the top-selling rock band.Rudd faces charges of threatening to kill and drug possession in New Zealand and fellow band members, including guitarist Angus Young, have hinted he will be dropped for AC/DC's upcoming world tour.The 60-year-old drummer said he wanted to remain part of the band he first joined in 1975 after his arrest last month.Angus Young, whose brother Malcolm left the band this year suffering from dementia, has said Rudd's potentially lengthy court case would definitely not stop them from hitting the road next year.
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