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    Posted By: ToiletWallPoetIf it's one word, at least by English conventions, it should work like the word "amperage" which uses the "i/e" vowel sound. So I guess the question is whether they meant for it to be two words and a miscommunication happened, or they created a new word that doesn't follow English conventions because they either didn't know or didn't care. Anyone's guess, really.

    We don't need to guess. Angus and Malcolm have explained all of this in an interview. It's supposed to be two words. They explained that it's supposed to be "Power Age" in the same way as the Stone Age, the Ice Age, etc...

    The interview is on the Live at Donington DVD in the album commentary section if you want to listen to it.