ROSE TATTOO LIVE – RECORDED LIVE FROM BOGGO ROAD JAIL – 1993

Cast

Angry Anderson
Peter Wells
Geordie Leech
Mick Cock

Director

Chris Fitz-Gibbon

Producer

Chris Fitz-Gibbon

Genres

Film synopsis

Rose Tattoo have remained the bad boys of Australian rock since the late 70s when they ignited Australian audiences with the hits Bad Boy For Love and Rock’n’Roll Outlaw. After the release of their third album, Scarred For Life, and the chart-topping anthem We Can’t Be Beaten, Rose Tattoo became one of the biggest, and most infamous, hard rock bands in the country.

Performing here in front of a huge crowd at Boggo Road Jail (the original line-up of Angry Anderson, Peter Wells, Geordie Leech and Mick Cocks reunited to celebrate the closing of the jail) alongside The Divinyls and Billy Thorpe and the Aztecs, Angry Anderson and the band deliver a thumping set of seminal Oz rock, rolling out all their big hits – including Assault & Battery, Tramp, Out of This Place – and a rousing rendition of the Rolling Stones classic Street Fighting Man.
Tracks include: Out of This Place Bad Boy For Love Assault & Battery Tramp The Butcher & Fast Eddy Rock’n’Roll is King Street Fighting Man Rock’n’Roll Outlaw One of the Boys Nice Boys Going Down.

Running time

54 minutes

Country of origin

Australia

Year of production

1993

Classification

Low Level Coarse Language