Legendary Aussie rockers Rose Tattoo take us back to a classic time when they release their Tatts: Live In Brunswick 1982 album through Golden Robot Records on 24th November.
Thirty five years ago, when the Australian pub rock scene was at its peak and live music was everywhere, Rose Tattoo, becoming one of Australia’s most revered rock bands of all time. Known for their, raw, heavy blues rock, hot mix of slide guitars and the unmistakable voice of Angry Anderson they went on to have international impact.
Recorded at Melbourne’s Bombay Bicycle Club in Brunswick and mastered this year, Tatts: Live In Brunswick 1982 features classics like ‘Assault And Battery’, ‘Scarred For Life’ and ‘Rock And Roll Outlaw’ among its 14 tracks, performed by the classic line-up of Angry Anderson, Pete Wells, Rob Riley, Geordie Leach and Dallas ‘Digger’ Royall. The CD itself is stickered Parental Advisory due to its “explicit content”.
Tatts: Live In Brunswick 1982‘s full track listing is as follows: ‘Out Of This Place’, ‘Bad Boy For Love’, ‘Assault And Battery’, ‘Tramp’, ‘We Can’t Be Beaten’, ‘Butcher And Fast Eddy’, ‘Rock And Roll Is King’, ‘Texas’, ‘One Of The Boys’, ‘Branded’, ‘Branded’, ‘Revenge’, ‘Juice On The Loose’, ‘Rock And Roll Outlaw’ and ‘Scarred For Life’.
Rose Tattoo split and some of the classic line-up have since passed on, but they reformed and will be touring worldwide again come 2018, in support of a brand new album, and now featuring original AC/DC bass player Mark Evans.