Moneytalks

Album: The Razors Edge (1990)
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  • AC/DC added another feature to their stage show when they introduced "Angus Bucks" on their Razor's Edge tour, blowing thousands of them into the audience every night. The obverse shows Angus Young, the face of AC/DC; the reverse features two other famous props that also were used on the tour: the "For Those About to Rock (We Salute You)" cannon and the Hell's Bell.

    The American government had no problem with the faux currency, but the group ran into problems when they printed up British pound notes with Angus' mug replacing Queen Elizabeth II - apparently that's a no-no.

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  • Sc1089 from UsaI'm glad this site agrees the lyric is "love me for the money.".

    The first few sites I clicked on said it was "lovin' for the money.".

    My reaction was "Dammit I couldn't be wrong all this time!".
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