I bought JAILBREAK the other day and listening to it, I found it to be an entertaining enough mixture of hard driving rock (e.g. the title track, The Boys Are Back In Town, Warriors, The Cowboy Song), love ballads and funk rock. But it doesn't quite have the energy of its successor. JOHNNY THE FOX is perhaps the band's best studio album and the last one to fully feature the talents of Brian 'Robbo' Robertson who would later join Motorhead. The best tracks are Johnny, Rocky, Fool's Gold, Old Flame, Don't Believe A Word and Massacre, all sturdy heavy rock tunes which showcase the dynamic Gorham/Robertson partnership. Borderline and Sweet Marie are considerably softer, but the lads end on a high note with the pumping Boogie Woogie Dance. The previous reviewer knocked this one and it might be a bit muffled, but probably never has Phil Lynott brilliantly combined disco funk with all-out hard rock.