Anyone who regularly uses online music-streaming services has probably noticed some important artists missing from cloud-based platforms: Bob Seger, King Crimson, Ash Ra Tempel, DJ Sprinkles, many Drag City artists. OK, maybe I'm the only person who considers these acts important—but hey, sometimes I'm itching to listen to them and there are situations where my physical copies or external hard drive aren't readily available. Well, knock AC/DC off that list. The rock-hard hard-rockers, in conjunction with today's Apple Music launch, will make all of their discography available for streaming services, for whenever you get the urge to hear the same riff gloriously played over and over again. In celebration of capitalism at its crudest, today's nooner is an AC/DC standard, "What You Do For Money Honey," off of some album called Back in Black.