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Vagabonds Kings Warriors Angels

2 Dec 2001 | Format: MP3

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Song Title Artist
Time
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1
3:39
2
3:02
3
5:59
4
2:27
5
5:05
6
4:30
7
5:30
8
2:59
9
4:19
10
5:45
11
3:22
12
3:51
13
4:27
14
4:45
15
5:14
16
5:14
17
5:11
18
3:52
Disc 2
1
4:08
2
2:57
3
3:24
4
3:43
5
5:40
6
4:33
7
2:48
8
2:58
9
3:39
10
4:10
11
5:13
12
4:19
13
4:02
14
3:12
15
4:02
16
3:56
17
4:29
18
5:16
19
4:03
Disc 3
1
4:27
2
2:17
3
3:54
4
3:40
5
3:00
6
5:19
7
3:09
8
3:27
9
3:33
10
4:12
11
2:42
12
4:03
13
3:34
14
3:21
15
3:54
16
3:31
17
3:28
18
4:25
19
7:07
20
2:46
Disc 4
1
4:12
2
3:38
3
4:44
4
5:38
5
3:54
6
3:08
7
4:50
8
6:10
9
4:11
10
3:26
11
4:56
12
3:08
13
6:19
14
6:20
15
5:29
16
4:59

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  • Number of Discs: 4
  • Label: Virgin EMI
  • Copyright: (C) 2001 Mercury Records Limited
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  • Total Length: 5:06:34
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  • ASIN: B0046763ZO
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 48,118 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Lizzy crew- Stocksbridge on 13 Sep 2002
Format: Audio CD
This set of CD's provides an insight into entire back catalogue of Thin Lizzy including many songs which other been available via the 'B' sides of singles (inc boys are back in town album) (Just the Two of us/ Half Castle / and Don't Play around) the latter of which should have been included on the Chinatown album as it is superb.The sole of Thin lizzy and the Legendary Lynott is captured as the 4 CD's oooze the quality of this band from the early days to the final stages of Phils music career. I saw the Grandslam Band in Sheffield in 1985 where Nineteen and sisters of mercy were performed which again other than a 12'' single for nineteen and bootlegs of Sister of mercy have never been released.
The 50 page booklet is well researched and well presented paying a worthy tribute to a top quality band. Thin Lizzy are sorely missed but their music does and will always continue to live on.
Other than missing off 'With Love', 'Its getting Dangerous', 'Old Flame', 'Military Man','Genocide' and 'spirit slips away' it can't be faulted.
Forget Oasis, listen to the real Hellraisers of rock who's music continues to inspire > buy it and you'll see why.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By celt2704@yahoo.com on 16 Jan 2002
Format: Audio CD
Starting with their first single (only ever released in Ireland) this 4CD set covers all the LPs produced and includes some B sides of singles which (as far as I am aware) never made it out via any other medium.
The CDs do include some gems of tracks that I had forgotten about from the early days. They have done a good job of including most of the seminal tracks. Check out the complete track listings, most people's favourites should be there.
The essay (written by a friend) inside the hard cover provides a further insight into Phil & the (various incarnations of) the band. I found it a very good read and picked up some interesting aspects to certain tracks which further increased my enjoyment when I listened to them. The writer does come over as someone who really understood & enjoyed Thin Lizzy/Phil.
Well worth it for both the completist and anyone who wants to get a good feel for the breadth of their material.
A good tribute to a great man & band, both sorely missed.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By P. A. Murphy on 27 Mar 2002
Format: Audio CD
The first thing that struck me about this collection was that almost all the classic tracks (that they played live) are restricted to disc three. There are a few on discs two and four. However, the compiler of this collection really knows his Lizzy/Phil, and it shows. From "Remembeing" and "The Rocker" right through to "Sisters of Mercy" and "Nineteen", you can hear that, for every live classic like "The boys are back...", there are two more, equally good, but less well known tracks.
This is one marvellous tribute to a unique talent.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By R. Butler on 2 July 2003
Format: Audio CD
A beautifully packaged box set, with an excellent selection of music. A must for all Thin Lizzy fans.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Jock (thejockster@blueyonder.co.uk) on 3 Dec 2001
Format: Audio CD
From the instantly recognisable Boys Are Back In Town, to the relatively obscure Nineteen, Vagabonds Kings Warriors Angels has it all. Starting with disc 1 (concentrating mainly on the work of Lynott Bell & Downey) and going through to disc 4 (more Lynott orientated) the compiler seems to have taken the time and care to have produced 4 distinct albums as opposed to 1 thrown together box set.
Packaged in book form and containing a 50 page history of the band, has given this collection a classier look than previously attempted compilations, but who wants to read when you got all that music to listen to!
Altogether an excellent collectors piece for any fan or a great starter for those of you new to Lizzy.
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