THIN LIZZY: First-Ever Live DVD To See Light Of Day
THIN LIZZY will be issuing their first-ever live DVD, entitled Thin Lizzy: The Boys Are Back In Town, this week through Rhino Home Video at a list price of $19.99. Recorded in October 1978 in front of more than 26,000 fans at Australia's Sydney Opera House, the DVD features eight songs from the lineup of singer-bassist Phil Lynott, guitarists Gary Moore and Scott Gorham, and drummer Mark Nauseef. Also included in the package are a discography, and the THIN LIZZY history "Appetite For Destruction" by James McNair, which was originally published in Mojo magazine last year.
The track listing for Thin Lizzy: The Boys Are Back In Town is as follows:
02. Bad Reputation
03. Cowboy Song
04. The Boys Are Back In Town
05. Waiting For An Alibi
06. Are You Ready
07. Me And The Boys
08. Baby Drives Me Crazy
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