Thin Lizzy released this album on the back of a string of magical releases from the band, and as such featured their most famous lineup. It featured Brian Downey on drums, Scott Gorham and Brian Robertson on guitars, and of course the unmistakable Phil Lynott on bass and handling the vocals. It would be the last album to feature this particular lineup. The remaining Thin Lizzy albums would strive to capture the sound solidly established to this point. The album launches into Jailbreak and Emerald, both from their chartbreaking “jailbreak” album. Also featured are live classics like Massacre, The Boys are Back in Town, Warrior, Cowboy Song, and Don’t believe a Word, all captured with the emmense energy that went into their live performances. Of particular note is a slower tune entitled “Still in Love With You”. It was one of the bonified underground classics that I believe made the music of Thin Lizzy what it was. Although the band is most noted for their hard rocking tunes, it is through songs like this one that they displayed the diversity that made them a great band. I have seen the band live and can testify to the fact that this album captures the spirit of their live performances. This album can be complimented by a video release entitled “Thin Lizzy – Live and Dangerous at the Rainbow”. Both are must for the Thin Lizzy fan.