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Released on 16 May 1990

Artist: Thin Lizzy

4.0 out of 5 (2 customer reviews) | Write a review

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  1. Angels of death
  2. Renegade
  3. 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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 Average rating (2 reviews)

 Very Dark and Powerful but only in parts

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This album hits the spot on 3 tracks only, Angel of Death and renegade and among Lizzy's finest work the rest of the album then fades away into fill in tracks with a further glimmer of hope from another cracker on it's getting dangerous at the end.

I have fond memories of this album from 81 including the tour and seeing lizzy live, but only 3 tracks have stood the test of time and is why this album is not considered one of the Lizzy classics. That said the three tracks I have singled out make this alabum a worthy purchase alone as Lynott's demise was well underway at this stage but his brilliance shone through albeit not often enough on the 80's albums.

 Dont forget...

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I think you left out "Hollywood" in your review. Ther might be some fillers, but Hollywood and the laidback title track alone are worth your money...

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