You are here : Magazine»Item Display

Thin Lizzy: S/T

Last Updated 9/28/2012 10:39:24 AM


By: Paul Barrel

Thin Lizzy S/T  (Light in the Attic Records)

Thin Lizzy

S/T

 (Light in the Attic Records)

Heralded as one of the best debut albums, Thin Lizzy is getting a special vinyl-only reissue by the fine folks at Light in the Attic Records. Featuring 180-gram vinyl and whole slew of sleeve candy, including a poster and expanded liner notes, the album really underscores who Thin Lizzy was … a group of street toughs that found their way into music.

Having formed in 1970, the band hit it hard and within a year had landed a deal with Decca Records and released this gem. It was not considered a success, selling poorly and often overlooked by the Jailbreak and post-Jailbreak era fans. You will not find the dual guitar attack here. You will find an eclectic mix of rock, Celtic, folk and other genres that defined the power trio all put down on tape. It’s a hungry album, almost earnest in its approach as if the band never thought they’d get a chance to record another, and that’s what is engaging about it.

Rate this:
Recent Comments
There are currently no comments. Be the first to make a comment.
More Articles from IW! Minimize
Brad's United We Stand Could Be the Album of 2012
One of the biggest highlights for me and Innocent Words came early in the magazine, April 23, 2003, to be exact.
Singer-songwriter, train enthusiast and all around badass Tim Barry
After 21 years, Fast Eddie Clarke, as Fastway, has released one of the best hard rock albums to come down the pike in a long time.
The Northern California band has managed to make a career out of infectious, sometimes sophomoric, but almost always funny pop punk songs


Copyright © 2002 to 2012 by InnocentWords.com
Privacy Statement Terms Of Use
Register|