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Thin Lizzy - 1971 Thin Lizzy
As a dedicated follower of early 70's British Isles rock, I give this record my whole-hearted recommendation.

Thin Lizzy - 1976 Jailbreak
If you peruse the Thin Lizzy history books, you will find agreement overall that the early 1976 album 'Jailbreak' was their breakout LP.


Thin Lizzy - 1976 Johnny The Fox
After the success of 'Jailbreak' earlier in 1976, the next album 'Johnny The Fox' came out in a surprising short turnaround, issued in October 1976, some seven months later.


Thin Lizzy - 1977 Bad Reputation
This album still holds a special place in Lizzy's back catalogue, despite the troubling circumstances it was recorded in.

Thin Lizzy - 1978 Live And Dangerous
No two ways about it, 'Live And Dangerous' is a one of a kind live album, and no doubt it sits pretty in the collection of many of the regulars here.

Thin Lizzy - 1979 Black Rose: A Rock Legend
1979 was a period of consolidation for Irish rockers Thin Lizzy. Following on from the seminal live classic 'Live And Dangerous' the previous year, the band again set their sights on the US market, with this album 'Black Rose - A Rock Legend', encompassing historical references to legendary tales of battle.

Thin Lizzy - 1980 Chinatown
'Chinatown' did reasonably well on the UK charts, the album making it to #7 while the single 'Killer On The Loose' made it to #10 in the singles charts. A pretty good effort considering..

Thin Lizzy - 1981 Renegade
Over the years many have complained Lizzy had lost their early heaviness by 'Renegade', and while there are the usual softer touches there were still enough heavy metal dynamics in place to ridicule that conception.

Thin Lizzy - 1983 Thunder And Lightning
It was announced in 1983 that 'Thunder And Lightning' would be Lizzy's final album and tour, Lynott not wanting to flog a dead horse. He went out on a positive note, the album going top five and Lizzy playing some of the best gigs of their career.