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Thin Lizzy - Collected (Pre-Order)Limited First Pressing Of 1500 Individually Numbered Copies On Silver Vinyl, Black Vinyl Thereafter
180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl
High Quality PVC Protective Sleeve
4-Page Booklet With Liner Notes And Photos
Special Embossed Cover Artwork
Featuring ''Whiskey In The Jar'', ''Boys Are Back In Town'' & ''Jailbreak''
Thin Lizzy COLLECTED is a great collection of the many faces of the band. In late 1972 Thin Lizzy released their first hit in the version of a traditional Irish ballad, ''Whiskey In The Jar''. It topped the worldwide charts. The band's album released later on in 1973 featured both the hit single and ''The Rocker''.
Nightlife, the fourth studio album was produced by Ron Nevison and featured Gary Moore on lead guitar on ''Still In Love With You''.
The fifth studio album Fighting showed the first real evidence of the twin guitar sound that would lead the band towards their greatest successes. It includes the tracks ''Suicide'' and ''Wild One''.
After a successful multi-band tour in support of Status Quo, the band recorded the album Jailbreak. The album featured the tracks ''Jailbreak'' and ''The Boys Are Back in Town'', as well as the real gem ''Emerald''. The twin guitar sound had been fully developed by this time. Thin Lizzy flew to Canada in 1977 as a trio to record their next album, with Gorham handling all the guitar parts. The album included the songs ''Dancing In The Moonlight'' and ''Bad Reputation''.
At the beginning of 1979 they recorded Black Rose: A Rock Legend in Paris. The album was released in 1979 and has been described as one of the band's greatest, most successful album. The tracks ''Do Anything You Want'' and ''Sarah'' are both included.
Lynott worked on his solo career with several albums. It spawned the solo tracks ''King's Call'' and ''Yellow Pearl'', as well as the track ''Chinatown''. In the meantime Thin Lizzy released their twelfth studio album including the wonderful tracks ''The Sun Goes Down'' and ''Cold Sweat''.LP 1
1. Whiskey In The Jar
3. The Rocker
4. Still In Love With You
5. Wild One
8. The Boys Are Back In Town
10. Cowboy Song
12. Johnny The Fox Meets Jimmy The Weed
1. Don't Believe A Word
2. Bad Reputation
3. Dancing In The Moonlight
4. That Woman's Gonna Break Your Heart
5. Soldier Of Fortune
6. Do You Anything Want To
7. Waiting For An Alibi
10. The Sun Goes Down
11. Cold Sweat
12. Phil Lynott - King's Call
13. Phil Lynott - Old Town
14. Phil Lynott - Yellow Pearl$34.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed PRE-ORDER Buy Now
FightingFighting is the fifth studio album by Irish rock band Thin Lizzy, released in 1975. After spending four albums trying to find their niche, the band finally forged an identifiable sound featuring the twin guitars of Scott Gorham and Brian Robertson. This sound draws from hard rock, folk, pop and rhythm and blues. It set the stage for the big commercial breakthrough of the follow-up album, Jailbreak. The album was also their first album to chart in the UK, hitting #60.1. Rosalie
2. For Those Who Love to Live
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$24.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Johnny The FoxThe boys struck while their creative iron was hot, releasing this hit LP less than seven months after Jailbreak. Dig the dangerous sounds of Johnny; Rockey; Don't Believe a Word; Massacre; the funky Johnny the Fox Meets Jimmy the Weed, and more!1. Johnny
4. Don't Believe A Word
5. Fool's Gold
6. Johnny The Fox Meets Jimmy The Weed
7. Old Flame
9. Sweet Marie
10. Boogie Woogie Dance$24.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Anthems (Limited Edition Colored Vinyl)Limited Edition Purple & White ''Haze'' Colored Vinyl
Anthems, Anthrax's eight-track EP that pays tribute to the classic songs by some of Anthrax's favorite bands from the 1970s. Anthems's track listing features Rush's ''Anthem,'' Thin Lizzy's ''Jailbreak,'' ''TNT'' by AC/DC, Boston's ''Smokin','' ''Big Eyes'' by Cheap Trick, Journey's ''Keep on Runnin,'' as well as the album version and a special remix of Anthrax's ''Crawl'' from the band's critically-acclaimed 2011 album Worship Music.
Said the band's vocalist Joey Belladonna, ''These are all bands I grew up with and have listened to forever. It's just great music. I had fun singing these songs and I was happy recording together with Anthrax, doing classic rock songs. Fun stuff!''
On Boston's ''Smokin','' Anthrax brought in a special guest to play keyboards - Fred Mandel, who has played with Alice Cooper, Queen, Elton John, Cheap Trick, Supertramp and on Pink Floyd's The Wall. About the track, drummer Charlie Benante said, ''If ever there were a perfect first album, it's Boston's first album. The harmony leads they did would later be heard by Iron Maiden, which of course would lead to thrash metal.''
Anthems was produced by Anthrax, Jay Ruston and Rob Caggiano1. Anthem (Rush)
2. T.N.T. (AC/DC)
3. Smokin' (Boston)
4. Keep On Runnin' (Journey)
5. Big Eyes (Cheap Trick)
6. Jailbreak (Thin Lizzy)
8. Crawl (Remix)$15.99Colored Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Vagabonds Of The Western World24 Bit / 96 Khz Remaster From The Original Tapes
180 Gram LP Housed In A Deluxe Gatefold "Tip-On" Jacket
Book-deep Liner Notes And Rare Archival Photos
Seismic shifts happened between the previous year's Shades Of A Blue Orphanage and 1973's Vagabonds Of The Western World.
Frontman Phil Lynott was still documenting working class life in the group's native Dublin, and the band still featured guitarist Eric Bell and drummer Brian Downey, even if Bell was soon to leave; the shift was in the feel of the album. Between Jim Fitzpatrick's lurid album cover which depicted the band in space, the new, hot-rod-like Thin Lizzy logo, and Lynott's newly throaty howl, it's possibly the first Thin Lizzy album on which they truly could be described as a hard rock band.
Vagabonds presented a swaggering confidence, a band buoyed by the success of semi-accidental smash hit "Whisky In The Jar," and carved out a moody, dark sound by borrowing bits from the blues, folk, psych, and Celtic music. Check out "Slow Blues" for proof, and decide whether Lynott or the guitars win the wail-off that begins the track.
"Whisky In The Jar" had been a bone of contention for the band who felt it didn't represent them. Pushed out due to their presence on package tours with rockers Slade and Suzi Quatro, it seemed to seal their fate, and their Vagabonds single, "The Rocker," set out their stall for good.
The weirdness and idiosyncracies of Phil Lynott's early songwriting hadn't been ironed out completely: "The Hero And The Madman" saw them try their hand at acid-fried cowboy rock-if such a thing ever existed.
After the album, and after Bell's departure due to ill health and disillusionment with the music industry, Thin Lizzy were reinvented once again. Lynott recruited two guitarists and the band left Decca to record Nightlife for Phonogram.
Their big hits and glory years-beginning with 1976's Jailbreak-were still ahead of them, but, with Vagabonds as a centerpiece, Thin Lizzy's early years left behind a cabinet of curiosities.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$29.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now