by Thin Lizzy

CD(German Import)

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The band enter the '80s in high fashion with a well-produced and performed album, featuring the hit "Killer on the Loose." Snowy White replaced Gary Moore for this release.

Product Details

Release Date: 06/30/1998
Label: Polygram Uk
UPC: 0042283039322
catalogNumber: 830393
Rank: 23047

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Thin Lizzy   Primary Artist
Ultravox   Background Vocals
Midge Ure   Vocals,Background Vocals,Vox Organ
Phil Lynott   Bass,Bass Guitar,Keyboards,Vocals
Snowy White   Guitar,Vocal Harmony
Brian Downey   Drums
Scott Gorham   Guitar,Background Vocals,Vocal Harmony
Tim Hinkley   Keyboards
Fiachra Trench   Strings
Darren Wharton   Keyboards,Vocals,Background Vocals
Tim Hinckley   Electric Piano
Scott Gotham   Guitar,Background Vocals
Dave Seal   Keyboards

Technical Credits

Thin Lizzy   Producer
Phil Lynott   Producer
Linda McCartney   Artwork
Fiachra Trench   Arranger,String Arrangements
Tony Visconti   Contributor
Kit Woolven   Producer,Engineer
Ian Cooper   Engineer
Chris Morrison   Contributor
Jim Fitzpatrick   Artwork
Peter Eustace   Engineer
Chris O'Donnell   Contributor
Roger   Artwork
Fuacgra Trench   String Arrangements
Giachra Trench   String Arrangements
Alf   Contributor
Handsome Harvey Baker   Stage Manager
Gus Curtis   Contributor
Pete Gross   Drum Technician
Micky Lawford   Contributor
Andy Moore   Guitar Techician
Tex Yodel Read   Contributor
John Salter   Management
Dave Seal   Amplifiers
Jim Barber   Bass Technician

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Chinatown 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
After the never-ending disputes between Lynott and Gary Moore, the latter left the band during the USA-tour of 1979. Moore was quickly replaced by session-guitarist Snowy White, who immediately was fit for work. In my opinion, he is one of the greatest lead-guitarists Lizzy ever had, and he brought some very fine blues-oriented playing along Lynott´s poetry. Credits also to long-term Lizzy-member Scott Gorham on rhythm-guitar. Maybe this was Lizzy´s last really fine moment in the recording studio, as they followed up this stellar album by "Renegade", a less energetic release.