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Rock N Roll Outlaw
Rose Tattoo
Rock N Roll Outlaw
Genres: Pop, Rock, Metal
 
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Deluxe digi-pak CD re-issue of the Australian rock legends Rose Tattoo's debut LP in its ORIGINAL UK album sleeve. Includes the UK Top 75 single "Rock N Roll Outlaw" and the Aussie Top 10 "Bad Boy For Love" plus the origin...  more »

      
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All Artists: Rose Tattoo
Title: Rock N Roll Outlaw
Members Wishing: 3
Total Copies: 0
Label: Repertoire
Original Release Date: 1/1/2005
Re-Release Date: 4/1/1989
Album Type: Import
Genres: Pop, Rock, Metal
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Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1

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Deluxe digi-pak CD re-issue of the Australian rock legends Rose Tattoo's debut LP in its ORIGINAL UK album sleeve. Includes the UK Top 75 single "Rock N Roll Outlaw" and the Aussie Top 10 "Bad Boy For Love" plus the original version of "Nice Boys" which was later covered by Guns N Roses. Lyrics to all the songs and liner notes by Kerrang!'s Derek Oliver are a feature of the artwork for this essential album.

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CD Reviews

Tatts Put the Foot to the Floor
Mark A McGrath | 06/04/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"You know you're listening to a truly great band when the weakest, no that's completely the wrong word - least strong of their three classic albums contains 5 tracks that are absolute killers:- Out of This Place (an awesome intro)- All The Lessons (pure speed)- Assault & Battery (relentless riff)- Magnum Maid (a wailing wild slide rocker)- Suicide City (more speed with razor chords)All other songs on this album are really strong and don't follow a set formula - each have their unique nuances and identity.I wont bother trying to explain the rest only to say that the feel of this album is a lot more sparse and vicious than either album before (the classic self titled album) and after (the mighty Scarred for Life).If ever you were going to called Rose Tattoo a speed metal - skin band, this album would be it. But the point is they were never a skin band: they were and always will be a real hard rock 'n' roll band that digging its roots and finding gold.Even on this album the traditional rock 'n' elements are there, it's just that they've been transmogrified into a frightening beast infused by sheer volume and speed."