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5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic release!, 31 Mar. 2012
This review is from: Live at the National Stadium Dublin [DVD] [2012] (DVD)
The full 1975 show in Dublin! If you're a hige Lizzy fan like me, you've seen the shoddy quality clips of the few songs from the '75 that were previously out there from whoever taped them back in the 70's, but now we have the full gig beautifully remastered and restored.

Setlist

1. Fighting My Way Back
2. It's Only Money
3. Wild One
4. For Those Who Love To Live
5. Showdown
6. Suicide
7. Rosalie
8. The Rocker
9. Sha La La
10. Still In Love With You

Not only do you get the full '75 gig for a mere 8.99 on amazon uk or 20 bucks here, you get a wide array of extras. The Sun Goes Down Documentary covers the farewell tour, the lighting and all of that stuff, and you get songs within the doc itself. Are You Ready from Belfast 1983 and The Sun Goes Down from Dublin 1983 which we've all seen before. I have this documentary transferred from an old VHS on my computer from when it aired, and it doesn't feature Are You Ready and Cowboy Song, so think of this as an even bigger bonus.

1. Are You Ready?
2. Cowboy Song
3. Baby Please Don't Go
4. The Sun Goes Down

You also get Renegade: The Phil Lynott Story, which covers Phil Lynott's life up until the Renegade album. It's a sort of sitdown interview and it integrates live performances from his solo tour, music videos, and live Lizzy. here is what's integrated. They're not full videos of course.

1. Ode To A Blackman
2. Renegade
3. Whisky In The Jar
4. The Boys Are Back In Town
5. Wild One
6. Yellow Pearl
7. Kings Call
8. Waiting For An Alibi
9. Killer On The Loose
10. Are You Ready?
11. Dear Miss Lonely Hearts
12. The Rocker

A treat to watch, and on top of that, you have even more bonuses to add to the bonuses! Finally, a fully restored version of the Old Town music video from Phil's solo second solo album! Are You Ready and Whisky In The Jar live in 1980 on a music show. Top of The Pops probably. Pick this up at once. It's worth the listed price and more.
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Initial post: 10 Apr 2012 16:50:24 BDT
Francesco says:
The full gig? Er...I don't think so, not at only 50 minutes long. I know Lizzy never went in for long shows but I never saw them do under 80 minutes (including encores).

In reply to an earlier post on 20 Apr 2012 05:22:22 BDT
Fernando says:
I don't know about that. I have quite a few boots from 73-75 with 10-13 song setlists.
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