The Thin Lizzy story is a Boy's Own tale of rock'n'roll excess. The fights, the booze, the women and, more tragically, the drugs are all part of the twisted tale that unfolded as the band graduated from Ireland's clubs and ballrooms in the late '60s through to becoming a household name by the late '70s.
Their most celebrated line-up of bass-playing frontman Lynott, drummer Brian Downey and guitarists Scott Gorham and Brian Robertson planted the Lizzy flag firmly on rock's high ground with the release of four bona fide classic albums within the space of three years. 'Jailbreak', 'Johnny The Fox', 'Bad Reputation' and the all-conquering 'Live And Dangerous' (a rival to The Who's 'Live At Leeds' in the 'greatest live album stakes') emerged between September 1975 and June 1978 and all ram-raided their way into the UK Top 20.
2. This is the one
3. Cold sweat
5. The sun goes down
6. The holy war
7. Still in love with you
8. The boys are back in town
10. Baby, please don't go
11. Keep the thunder rolling (instrumental)
Release Date: 16 November 2009
Certificate: E - Exempt from Certification