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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Captain Oi
Catalog Number: AHOY DPX 609
|1.||Scarred For Life|
|2.||We Can't Be Beaten|
|3.||Juice On The Loose|
|4.||Who's Got The Cash|
|7.||It's Gonna Work Itself Out|
|11.||Fighting Sons bonus track|
|12.||All Hell Broke Loose bonus track|
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|From: jason (FA-Q)||Date: July 10, 2004 at 16:19|
|I don't know alot of Rose Tattoo, but I love the song, "Texas." That song has a great guitar riff. It's the best of any R.T. that I've heard.|
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|From: Jez||Date: March 20, 2005 at 8:37|
|The third in the trio of must have 'Tatt' albums. 'Scarred For Life' followed hot on the heels of the previous years 'Assault & Battery' release, and also featured a new guitar player in the shape of Rob Riley. Pretty much the same formula as previous albums, so if those float your boat you won't go wrong. This was to be the last RT studio album proper for 12 years (until last years 'Pain' album) as 'Southern Stars' and 'Beats From A Single Drum' were released with completely different line ups.|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: December 5, 2015 at 20:03|
|I own this one on vinyl...raw,dirty and straight to your face Hard Rock...tracks 2,3,4,6,9 & 10 are the ones for me...85/100|
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