AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd.
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Rockers AC/DC vowed Friday that drummer Phil Rudd's arrest over an alleged murder plot would not derail the band, as details emerged of his playboy lifestyle in a sleepy New Zealand town."Rock or Bust" is due for release next month and AC/DC, one of the biggest-selling bands in history, plans to back the album with a global tour in 2015 .Rudd, 60, has been with the band on-and-off since 1975 and moved to New Zealand in 1983, settling in Tauranga, a coastal community of about 110,000 people some 150 kilometres (90 miles) southeast of Auckland.Locals have told New Zealand media about a seedy underbelly that Rudd was allegedly involved in.AC/DC have sold an estimated 200 million records, making Rudd a millionaire many times over, and the man said the drummer had spent a lot of money in the community.
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