THIN LIZZY: 'Thunder And Lightning' Deluxe-Edition Reissue Due In September
The next set of THIN LIZZY reissues will be made available in the U.K. on September 23.
"Thunder And Lightning" will get the full "deluxe edition" treatment and will include 13 bonus tracks made up of rare live material and demos, including "The Boys Are Back in Town" live at Hammersmith 1981.
01. Thunder and Lightning
02. This Is The One
03. The Sun Goes Down
04. The Holy War
05. Cold Sweet
06. Someday She Is Going To Hit Back
07. Baby Please Don't Go
08. Bad Habits
09. Heart Attack
01. Angel Of Death (live B-side)
02. Don't Believe A Word (live B-side)
03. Emerald (Live in Hammersmith '81)
04. Killer On The Loose (Live in Hammersmith '81)
05. The Boys Are Back In Town (Live in Hammersmith '81)
06. Hollywood (Live in Hammersmith '81)
07. The Sun Goes Down (demo)
08. Bad Habits (demo)
09. This Is The One (demo)
10. Thunder And Lightning
11. Cold Sweet (demo)
12. Baby Please Don't Go (demo)
13. Heart Attack (demo)
14. The Holy War (demo)
15. Someday She's Gonna Hit Back (demo)
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