The time is 1991. The spot is Sydney. The episode is AC/DC's Razor Edge Tour. And in the packed of the mosh terrible are five boys: Sonny, Ben, Lloyd, Sam and Ronnie, having a pearler of a often. When the concert concludes, the boys head on up to the VIP lodgings...and are promptly thrown out. They then proceed into the open air the rear alleyway and about sheer conceivably, owing to a placard of bygone AC/DC colleague Bon Scott, the boys break a near-expiry happening. Outlook Bon is sending them a message, they sign a agreement which says the outset to crave determination be buried at near the other four next to Bon in Fremantle Cemetery. Twelve years on, the boys have in the offing gone their separate ways. Sonny is a set-back-at-habitation without a job, Sam has been passed between dist... inct jobs, Lloyd is into unsavoury activities involving drugs, Ben is a supermarket worker, and Ronnie - conceivably the only successful Possibly man - is a verse God. Crying his wife Molly is divorcing him but she's one interested in herself and her music. Some of the boys keep in touch, others don't. Sonny and Lloyd have been more cloistered than the others. But abruptly, a dart of lightning - an ironic shadow of the last long explanation they heard at the concert - changes everything. One-liner of them ends up as a not many ashes by nature an urn and a Chinese chow container, and the other four are thrown into the together to follow up on the ashes to the other side of the nation. Along the progress they engage in with creepy petrol garrison owners, irate non-functioning people, the epitome of Aussie bogans, and each other, in a grotesque technique explode integument that will quit you in stitchesRead moreLess
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