When AC/DC took over the world in the early '80s, an abundance of bands suddenly appeared that were deemed "copycat acts" -- Heaven, Krokus, Rose Tattoo, etc. But in the latter act's case, the group had been around nearly as long as AC/DC -- even coming up through the same club circuit in Australia. While they never caught on stateside, Rose Tattoo (led by tattooed, chrome-domed frontman Angry Anderson) did build a sizable following in Europe, and of course, back home in the land down under. With most of their albums only available in the U.S. via import, your best bet may be to try tracking down a compilation, and the double-disc set Never Too Loud is a dandy. Spanning the group's career, this 37-track collection contains it all, including two of their best-known tracks, "Branded" (which received quite a few airings in 2004 on VH1 Classic's Metal Mania show) and "Nice Boys" (which was later covered by Guns N' Roses on their G N' R Lies set). But of course, there was more to this hard-rockin' band than those two tracks, and you get it here in truckloads -- "Tramp," "Scarred for Life," "One of the Boys," "We Can't Be Beaten," etc. And longtime fans who already own it all may still want to check out Never Too Loud, as it includes several rare live recordings from the BBC, as well as an extensive band history in the CD booklet (as told by Anderson).