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Thin Lizzy

Despite a huge hit single in the mid-'70s ("The Boys Are Back in Town") and becoming a popular act with hard rock/heavy metal fans, Thin Lizzy are still, in the pantheon of '70s rock bands, underappreciated. Formed in the late '60s by Irish singer/songwriter/bassist Phil Lynott, Lizzy, though not the first band to do so, combined romanticized working-class sentiments with their ferocious, twin-lead guitar attack. As the band's creative force, Lynott was a more insightful and intelligent writer than many of his ilk, preferring slice-of-life working-class dramas of love and hate influenced by Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen, and virtually all of the Irish literary tradition. Also, as a black man, Lynott was an anomaly in the nearly all-white world of hard rock, and as such imbued much of his work with a sense of alienation; he was the outsider, the romantic guy from the other side of the tracks, a self-styled poet of the lovelorn and downtrodden. His sweeping vision and writerly impulses at times gave way to pretentious songs aspiring to clichéd notions of literary significance, but Lynott's limitless charisma made even the most misguided moments worth hearing.

After a few early records that hinted at the band's potential, Lizzy released Fighting in 1975, and the band (Lynott, guitarists Brian Robertson and Scott Gorham, and drummer Brian Downey) had molded itself into a pretty tight recording and performing unit. Lynott's thick, soulful vocals were the perfect vehicle for his tightly written melodic lines. Gorham and Robertson generally played lead lines in harmonic tandem, while Downey (a great drummer who had equal amounts of power and style) drove the engine. Lizzy's big break came with their next album, Jailbreak, and the record's first single, "The Boys Are Back in Town." A paean to the joys of working-class guys letting loose, the song resembled similar odes by Bruce Springsteen, with the exception of the Who-like power chords in the chorus. With the support of radio and every frat boy in America, "Boys" became a huge hit, enough of a hit as to ensure record contracts and media attention for the next decade ("Boys" is now used in beer advertising).

Never the toast of critics (the majority writing in the '70s hated hard rock and heavy metal), Lizzy toured relentlessly, building an unassailable reputation as a terrific live band, despite the lead guitar spot becoming a revolving door (Eric Bell, Gary Moore, Brian Robertson, Snowy White, and John Sykes all stood next to Scott Gorham). The records came fast and furious, and despite attempts to repeat the formula that worked like a charm with "Boys," Lynott began writing more ambitious songs and wrapping them up in vaguely articulated concept albums. The large fan base the band had built as a result of "Boys" turned into a smaller, yet still enthusiastic bunch of hard rockers. Adding insult to injury was the rise of punk rock, which Lynott vigorously supported, but made Lizzy look too traditional and too much like tired old rock stars.

By the mid-'80s, resembling the dinosaur that punk rock wanted to annihilate, Thin Lizzy called it a career. Lynott recorded solo records that more explicitly examined issues of class and race, published a now-out-of-print book of poetry, and sadly, became a victim of his longtime abuse of heroin, cocaine, and alcohol, dying in 1986 at age 35. Since the mega-popular alternative rock bands of the mid-'90s appropriated numerous musical messages from their '70s forebears, the work of Phil Lynott and Thin Lizzy will hopefully continue to be seen for the influential rock & roll it is.

In 1999, Thin Lizzy reunited with a lineup featuring guitarists Scott Gorman and John Sykes, and keyboardist Darren Wharton, which was rounded out by a journeyman rhythm section of bassist Marco Mendoza and drummer Tommy Aldridge. The quintet's ensuing European tour produced the live album One Night Only, which was released in the summer of 2000 to set the stage for a subsequent American concert tour. ~ John Dougan
full bio

Selected Discography

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Track List: Bad Reputation (Expanded Edition)

1. Soldier Of Fortune

2. Bad Reputation

3. Opium Trail

4. Southbound

5. Dancing In The Moonlight (It's Caught Me In It's Spotlight)

6. Killer Without A Cause

7. Downtown Sundown

8. That Woman's Gonna Break Your Heart

9. Dear Lord

10. Killer Without A Cause (BBC Session 01/08/1977)

11. Bad Reputation (BBC Session 01/08/1977)

12. That Woman's Gonna Break Your Heart (BBC Session 01/08/1977)

13. Dancing In The Moonlight (It's Caught Me In A Spotlight) (BBC Session 01/08/1977)

14. Downtown Sundown (BBC Session 01/08/1977)

15. Me And The Boys (Soundcheck)

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Track List: Jailbreak (Deluxe Edition)

Disc 1

1. Jailbreak

2. Angel From The Coast

3. Running Back

4. Romeo And The Lonely Girl

5. Warriors

6. The Boys Are Back In Town

7. Fight Or Fall

8. Cowboy Song

9. Emerald

Disc 2

1. The Boys Are Back In Town (Remix)

2. Jailbreak (Remix)

3. The Boys Are Back In Town (Alt Vocal Re-Mix Version)

4. Emerald (Remix)

5. Jailbreak (BBC Session 12/02/76)

6. Emerald (BBC Session 12/02/76)

7. Cowboy Song (BBC Session 12/02/76)

8. The Warrior (BBC Session 12/02/76)

9. Fight Or Fall (Extended Version - Rough Mix)

10. Blues Boy

11. Derby Blues (Early Version Of The Cowboy Song)

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Track List: Johnny The Fox (Deluxe Edition)

Disc 1

1. Johnny

2. Rocky

3. Borderline

4. Don't Believe A Word

5. Fools Gold

6. Johnny The Fox Meets Jimmy The Weed

7. Old Flame

8. Massacre

9. Sweet Marie

10. Boogie Woogie Dance

Disc 2

1. Don't Believe A Word (Remix One)

2. Johnny (Remix)

3. Don't Believe A Word (Remix Two)

4. Johnny The Fox Meets Jimmy The Weed (BBC Session 11/10/1976)

5. Fools Gold (BBC Session 11/10/1976)

6. Johnny (BBC Session 11/10/1976)

7. Fools Gold (Instrumental Run Through)

8. Johnny The Fox Meets Jimmy The Weed (Instrumental Run Through / Extended)

9. Rocky (Instrumental Run Through)

10. Massacre (Instrumental Take)

11. Scott's Tune (Unreleased Scott Gorham Composition)

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Track List: The Boys Are Back In Town / Jailbreak

1. The Boys Are Back In Town

2. Jailbreak

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Track List: Shades Of A Blue Orphanage (Deluxe)

1. The Rise And Dear Demise Of The Funky Nomadic Tribes

2. Buffalo Gal

3. I Don't Want To Forget How To Jive

4. Sarah (Version 1)

5. Brought Down

6. Baby Face

7. Chatting Today

8. Call The Police

9. Shades Of A Blue Orphanage

10. Whiskey In The Jar

11. Black Boys On The Corner

12. Buffalo Gal (1977 Overdubbed & Remixed Version)

13. Sarah (1977 Overdubbed & Remixed Version)

14. Brought Down (1977 Overdubbed & Remixed Version)

15. Suicide (BBC Radio 1 John Peel Session)

16. Black Boys On The Corner (BBC Radio 1 John Peel Session)

17. Saga Of The Ageing Orphan (BBC Radio 1 John Peel Session)

18. Whiskey In The Jar (BBC Radio 1 John Peel Session)

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Track List: Thin Lizzy

1. The Friendly Ranger At Clontarf Castle

2. Honesty Is No Excuse

3. Diddy Levine

4. Ray-Gun

5. Look What The Wind Blew In

6. Eire

7. Return Of The Farmer's Son

8. Clifton Grange Hotel

9. Saga Of The Ageing Orphan

10. Remembering Part 1

11. The Farmer

12. Dublin

13. Remembering

14. Old Moon Madness

15. Things Ain't Working Out Down At The Farm

16. Look What The Wind Blew In (1977 Overdubbed & Remixed Version)

17. Honesty Is No Excuse (1977 Overdubbed & Remixed Version)

18. Dublin (1977 Overdubbed & Remixed Version)

19. Things Ain't Working Out Down At The Farm (1977 Overdubbed & Remixed Version)

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Track List: Vagabonds Of The Western World (Deluxe Edition)

Disc 1

1. Mama Nature Said

2. The Hero And The Madman

3. Slow Blues

4. The Rocker

5. Vagabond Of The Western World

6. Little Girl In Bloom

7. Gonna Creep Up On You

8. A Song For While I'm Away

9. Randolph's Tango

10. Broken Dreams

11. The Rocker (Single Edit)

12. Here I Go Again

13. Cruising In The Lizzymobile

14. Little Darling

15. Sitamoia

16. Slow Blues (1977 Overdubbed & Remixed Version)

17. Randolph's Tango (Radio Promo Edit)

18. Whiskey In The Jar (Promotional Edited Version)

Disc 2

1. The Rocker (BBC Radio 1 In Concert)

2. Things Ain't Working Out Down At The Farm (BBC Radio 1 In Concert)

3. Slow Blues (BBC Radio 1 In Concert)

4. Gonna Creep Up On You (BBC Radio 1 In Concert)

5. Suicide (BBC Radio 1 In Concert)

6. Vagabond Of The Western World (BBC Radio 1 John Peel Session)

7. Gonna Creep Up On You (BBC Radio 1 John Peel Session)

8. Little Girl In Bloom (BBC Radio 1 Rock On Session)

9. Sitamoia (BBC Radio Bob Harris Session)

10. Little Darling (BBC Radio Bob Harris Session)

11. Slow Blues (BBC Radio Bob Harris Session)

12. Showdown (BBC Radio Bob Harris Session)

13. Black Boys On The Corner (BBC Radio 1 John Peel Session)

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Track List: The Definitive Collection

1. Whiskey In The Jar

2. Rocker

3. Still In Love With You

4. Showdown

5. Wild One (live)

6. Jailbreak

7. Boys Are Back In Town

8. Cowboy Song

9. Don't Believe A Word

10. Bad Reputation

11. Dancing In The Moonlight (It's Caught Me In Its Spotlight)

12. Rosalie/Cowgirl's Song (Live)

13. Do Anything You Want To

14. Waiting For An Alibi

15. Chinatown

16. Dedication

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Track List: Rhino Hi-Five: Thin Lizzy

1. Do Anything You Want To Do

2. Toughest Street In Town

3. We Will Be Strong

4. Chinatown

5. Hollywood (Down On Your Luck)

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Track List: Dedication

1. Whiskey In The Jar

2. The Rocker

3. She Knows

4. Still In Love With You

5. Showdown

6. Rosalie

7. Wild One

8. Fighting My Way Back

9. Jailbreak

10. The Boys Are Back In Town

11. Cowboy Song

12. Don't Believe A Word

13. Bad Reputation

14. Dancin In The Moonlight

15. Do Anything You Want To

16. Waiting For An Alibi

17. Chinatown

18. Dedication (New Release)

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Track List: Thunder And Lightning

1. Thunder And Lightning

2. This Is The One

3. The Sun Goes Down

4. The Holy War

5. Cold Sweat

6. Someday She Is Going To Hit Back

7. Baby Please Don't Go

8. Bad Habits

9. Heart Attack

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Track List: Life (Live Album)

Disc 1

1. Thunder And Lightning (1983 Live Version)

2. Waiting For An Alibi (1983 Live Version)

3. Jailbreak (1983 Live Version)

4. Baby Please Don't Go (1983 Live Version)

5. Holy War (1983 Live Version)

6. Renegade (1983 Live Version)

7. Hollywood [Down On Your Luck] (1983 Live Version)

8. Got To Give It Up (1983 Live Version)

9. Angel Of Death (1983 Live Version)

10. Are You Ready (1983 Live Version)

Disc 2

1. The Boys Are Back In Town (1983 Live Version)

2. Cold Sweat (1983 Live Version)

3. Don't Believe A Word (1983 Live Version)

4. Killer On The Loose (1983 Live Version)

5. Sun Goes Down (1983 Live Version)

6. Emerald (1983 Live Version)

7. Black Rose (1983 Live Version)

8. Still In Love With You (1983 Live Version)

9. The Rocker (1983 Live Version)

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Track List: Renegade

1. Angel Of Death

2. Renegade

3. The Pressure Will Blow

4. Leave This Town

5. Hollywood (Down On Your Luck)

6. No One Told Him

7. Fats

8. Mexican Blood

9. It's Getting Dangerous

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Track List: Renegade (Remastered)

1. Angel Of Death

2. Renegade

3. The Pressure Will Blow

4. Leave This Town

5. Hollywood (Down On Your Luck)

6. No One Told Him

7. Fats

8. Mexican Blood

9. It's Getting Dangerous

12. Hollywood (Down On Your Luck)

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Track List: Chinatown

1. We Will Be Strong

2. Chinatown

3. Sweetheart

4. Sugar Blues

5. Killer On The Loose

6. Having A Good Time

7. Genocide

8. Didn't I

9. Hey You

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Track List: Black Rose

2. Toughest Street In Town

3. S & M

4. Waiting For An Alibi

5. My Sarah

6. Got To Give It Up

7. Get Out Of Here

8. With Love

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Track List: Live And Dangerous (Live)

1. Jailbreak (Live)

2. Emerald (Live)

3. Southbound (Live)

4. Rosalie / Cowgirl's Song (Live)

5. Dancing In The Moonlight (It's Caught Me In It's Spotlight) (Live)

6. Massacre (Live)

7. Still In Love With You (Live)

8. Johnny The Fox Meets Jimmy The Weed (Live)

9. Cowboy Song (Live)

10. The Boys Are Back In Town (Live)

11. Don't Believe A Word (Live)

12. Warrior (Live)

13. Are You Ready (Live)

14. Suicide (Live)

15. Sha-la-la (Live)

16. Baby Drives Me Crazy (Live)

17. The Rocker (Live)

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Track List: Bad Reputation

1. Soldier Of Fortune

2. Bad Reputation

3. Opium Trail

4. South Bound

5. Dancing In The Moonlight

6. Killer Without A Cause

7. Downtown Sundown

8. That Woman's Gonna Break Your Heart

9. Dear Lord

x

Track List: Johnny The Fox

1. Johnny

2. Rocky

3. Borderline

4. Don't Believe A Word

5. Fools Gold

6. Johnny The Fox Meets Jimmy The Weed

7. Old Flame

8. Massacre

9. Sweet Marie

10. Boogie Woogie Dance

x

Track List: Jail Break

1. Jailbreak

2. Angel From The Coast

3. Running Back

4. Romeo And The Lonely Girl

5. Warriors

6. The Boys Are Back In Town

7. Fight Or Fall

8. Cowboy Song

9. Emerald

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Track List: Fighting (Deluxe Expanded Edition)

Disc 1

1. Rosalie

2. For Those Who Love To Live

3. Suicide

4. Wild One

5. Fighting My Way Back

6. King's Vengeance

7. Spirit Slips Away

8. Silver Dollar

9. Freedom Song

10. Ballad Of A Hard Man

Disc 2

1. Half Caste

2. Rosalie (US Album Mix)

3. Half Caste (BBC Radio 1 John Peel Session)

4. Rosalie (BBC Radio 1 John Peel Session)

5. Suicide (BBC Radio 1 John Peel Session)

6. Ballad Of The Hard Man (Instrumental Version)

7. Try A Little Harder (Alternate Vocal)

8. Fighting My Way Back (Rough Mix With Alternate Vocal)

9. Song For Jesse

10. Leaving Town (Instrumental Version)

11. Blues Boy

12. Leaving Town (Extended Take)

13. Spirit Slips Away (Extended Version Take 4)

14. Wild One (Instrumental Version)

15. Bryan's Funky Fazer (Silver Dollar)

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Track List: Fighting (Remastered Version)

1. Rosalie

2. For Those Who Love To Live

3. Suicide

4. Wild One

5. Fighting My Way Back

6. King's Vengeance

7. Spirit Slips Away

8. Silver Dollar

9. Freedom Song

10. Ballad Of The Hard Man

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Track List: Nightlife

1. She Knows

2. Night Life

3. It's Only Money

4. Still In Love With You

5. Frankie Carroll

6. Showdown

7. Banshee

8. Philomena

9. Sha-La-La

10. Dear Heart

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Track List: Nightlife (Deluxe Expanded Edition)

Disc 1

1. She Knows

2. Night Life

3. It's Only Money

4. Still In Love With You

5. Frankie Carroll

6. Showdown

7. Banshee

8. Philomena

9. Sha-La-La

10. Dear Heart

Disc 2

1. She Knows (BBC Session)

2. Sha-La-La (BBC Session)

3. It's Only Money (BBC Session)

4. Philomena (BBC Session)

5. Dear Heart (BBC Session)

6. Banshee (BBC Session)

7. Showdown (Demo With Gary Moore)

8. Still In Love With You (Demo With Gary Moore)

9. It's Only Money (Demo With Gary Moore)

10. Showdown (Alternate Take)

11. Still In Love With You (Rough Vocal Mix)

x

Track List: Vagabonds Of The Western World

1. Mama Nature Said

2. The Hero And The Madman

3. Slow Blues

4. The Rocker

5. Vagabond Of The Western World

6. Little Girl In Bloom

7. Gonna Creep Up On You

8. A Song For While I'm Away

9. Whisky In The Jar

10. Black Boys On The Corner

11. Randolph's Tango

12. Broken Dreams

x

Track List: Shades Of A Blue Orphanage

1. The Rise And Dear Demise Of The Funky Nomadic Tribes

2. Buffalo Gal

3. I Don't Want To Forget How To Jive

4. Sarah (Version 1)

5. Brought Down

6. Baby Face

7. Chatting Today

8. Call The Police

9. Shades Of A Blue Orphanage

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Black Star Riders , try them !!
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A great song from the 70s. Thin Lizzy rocks.
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jaynet19
Why have I never heard this before? Awesome song!
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bobonnit!, Pandora would be better without your annoying comments every time. You Socially Retarded crusty old Dick Liquor!
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I'm a rocker, I'm a roller, I'm a right out of controller! I'm at Wheeler, I'm a dealer, a wicked woman Steeler I'm a boozer I'm a cruiser I'm a rocking rolling man!
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Thin Lizzy was years ahead of their time
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Such a shame that great ones always die to soon.
Thin Lizzy is one of the greatest Irish bands to come out of Dublin. If not for all the hard work that Phillip and the boys did, there wouldn't be U2, Cranberry's and so on..
A great band and sound you never hear anymore.. ROCK ON AND ROLL.
Jim McGovern
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THIN LIZZY...Abso l u t e l y One of The Best & Jailbreak one of Best A** Kickin' Rock Songs Of All Time!! LOVE IT! Thanks, Pandora!
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Go boys!
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Great power cords!
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My FAVORITE rock band of all time. The lyrics, the riffs, Phil's voice. Damn, it makes me feel so good. Phil Phorever.
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Emerald such a classic! For those of you who love old school dual lead guitar players. This band pave the way!
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Don't that make you wanna.... boogie!!!!
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Twin gleetars
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Thin Lizzy/Shades O f A Blue Orphanage/Va g a b o n d s Of The Western World/Nightl i f e / F i g h t i n g / J a i l b r e a k / J o h n n y The Fox/Bad Reputation/ Live And Dangerous /Black Rose:A Rock Legend/China t o w n / R e n e g a d e / T h u n d e r And Lightning .
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One of the greatest bands ever to hit the rock 'n' roll arena but never got the respect it deserved. Rip Phil
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Thin Lizzy would have been better without that annoying vocalist Lynott. I changed the station every time I heard his voice.
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Love these boys
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There's a killer on the loose and he's dressed like a clown!
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Dear Lord by thin Lizzy. A awesome song that no one knows
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One of my top 5 bands of all time!
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Every time I write a comment my tablet is miss spelling some words its missing off
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For some reason this song always hits me right in the feels.. Amazing when a song can actually make you feel something, there's nothing else like it
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If you're a musician you will appreciate the duel guitar riff in the middle of this song, still amazes me!
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Love this song from Thin Lizzy.
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Thunder And Lightning. Holy War.
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I am. Just a cowboy.
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Giggity goo. Quagmire was here
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Warriors needed now more than ever
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thompson.md
Paints such a great picture
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There is another song that really rocks cowboy song
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julyoctsept
BEST BAND EVER!!!!!!!! ! !
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"Live and Dangerous" is probably the best live album ever. Just listen to it on a road trip!!
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The GIRLS ARE BACK IN TOWN...hahah a . . g u e s s i n g I'm a WOMAN
...It's my time....
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Alive and Dangerous is one of my favorite albums of all time has a lot of Jailbreak cuts on it. I was a senior in ha when Phil passed. A friend told me to check Lizzy out and never looked back. Wish Phil and Jimi would have crossed paths for a jam session. Heaven is rocking hard.
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⚡️♦️⚡️♦️⚡️♦️
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\ ^ ^ | ⚡️ ❤️ ⚡️ | ^ ^ /
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Oh yes live , FOREVAH ❗️ LOL
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mysteriousst r a n g e r s 8 6
❤❤❤❤❤
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Under appreciated and with time we all appreciate his music and their music
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I wore this album out
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The band that inspired Steve Harris to create Iron Maiden. Twin Guitar attack. RIP Phil and Gazza.
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Black Star Riders !!
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There's gonna be a jail break.....
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I'd like to thank supernatural for introducing me to amazing music
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Thin lizzy I saw them at loop day at the in park in Chicago jail break live kicked!! Then subside live was just as hard a**,
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Dancing in the moonlight... . so good!
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♧♧♧♧
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Chinatown. Great record. Rip Phil.
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F%$& , they were such a good band
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