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Thin Lizzy (180 gram pressing)

LP (Item 614574) Deram/Light In The Attic, 1971 — Condition: New Copy
Gatefold (reissue)
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The really cool, totally underrated first album from the mighty Thin Lizzy on Decca – a self-titled effort from a few years earlier in the 70s than the badass, harder rocking style to come – and with some nicely tripped out folk psych influences! It's interesting to listen this first record with their later work in mind, because you can sense the tide coming for the tighter, punchier sound of later records – but this early on, they're rolling with an airier late 60s-learned vibe, too! Titles include "Honesty Is No Excuse", "Ray-Gun", "Look What The Wind Blew In", "Clifton Garage Hotel", "Saga Of The Ageing Orphan", "Remembering (Part 1)" and more. (High quality Light In The Attic edition on 180 gram vinyl. Includes a tip-on sleeve with the art of the original Decca & London album covers, plus a 18" X 24" poster.)  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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