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  • Audio CD (23 Sept. 2013)
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  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Deluxe Edition
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Renegade is the 2013 reissue of Thin Lizzy’s 11th studio album, containing five bonus tracks, including an extended version of “Hollywood” and the edited version of “Renegade”.

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Although this is collectively one of Thin Lizzy's most inconsistent records full of songs that don't really flow as well as other albums do, it's packed with some truly brilliant tracks!
'Angel Of Death' sounds like a mash-up of Pink Floyd and Iron Maiden before they were really Iron Maiden! The song seamlessly bounces from psychedelic, heavily processed, mellow guitar to a galloping triplet heavy metal riff. Superb.
'Renegade' follows in the same mellow / rocky interchange, and whilst is a bit repetitive, is a great song.
'The Pressure Will Blow' is the more traditional Lizzy song, filled with harmony guitars and rocky riffs. Sadly, there isn't more tracks like this on the album.
'Hollywood' is up there as Lizzy's heaviest track ever along with 'Emerald' and 'Cold Sweat' and is a great, swaggering, groove-laden heavy rock song with huge vocal lines. A live version on the 'Greatest Hits' collection sounds much better than this version however.
The trio of 'Fats,' 'Trouble Boys' and 'Memory Pain' are a bit of a departure and are basically, blues, jazz and almost soul style songs. 'Mexican Blood' is another track that's quite different. While this shows the band are adept at many different styles, it does sound a bit randomly thrown together and does highlight a real lack of coherence and planning for the album. They were at their drug-fuelled low point around this time.
The other songs are ok, but a bit by the numbers and aren't very memorable.
There are a few justified reasons however why this album isn't the Lizzy's most celebrated. A few of the songs are a bit over-indulgent.
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I purchased this cd & Johnny the Fox,which arrived first and i weren't that impressed but Renegade arrived today and i loved it, especially the Snowy White tracks. His guitarwork makes for a far better listen in my opinion which is surely what music tastes are all about ( boring if we all liked same ) this is a fine album which arrived early , well packaged and well priced.Buy with confidence.
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By the time Thin Lizzy recorded this, their eleventh studio album, the cracks in the band were not so much just beginning to appear, but rather to split wide open. Phil Lynott's sad dependency on hard drugs was spiralling out of control, and it can be heard - much of the soulfulness of his voice is gone and in it's place a gravely, strained tone; a shadow of his former self. Guitarist Snowy White appears on his second album with the band after 1980's 'Chinatown' but delivers little to the overall sound. He was, by Lizzy's own admission, more suited to playing blues rock than the driving hard rock of Thin Lizzy, and never really fitted in. They could certainly have used the talents of Gary Moore here. The album also does sound a little over-produced, like so many other hard rock and metal albums of the 80's.

Having said all that, the talents of Lynott and Scott Gorham are still there to be heard in spades and there are some outstanding tracks on the album, not least the melancholy title track 'Renegade' and the spine tingling 'It's Getting Dangerous', two of my very favourite Lizzy songs. There are other good tracks too; from a personal point of view, 'The Pressure Will Blow', 'Hollywood' and 'No One Told Him' are the other standouts.

Lizzy purists always seem to cite 'Renegade' as the bands worst album; they dismiss it out of hand, but I categorically disagree. Maybe it is disliked because there was a new sound emerging, a style dissimilar to the classics 'Jailbreak' and 'Black Rose', albums I love also. However, unlike the previous effort 'Chinatown' and the awful 'Thunder and Lightning', forgettable this is definitely not. It is at times a slightly frustrating effort; it has its ups and downs, but the ups are truly outstanding.
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Renegade is one of those albums which is often overlooked (and underrated) but it contains some absolutely classic Lizzy. Although Snowy White was often criticised for his laid-back stage persona, lacking Robbo's aggression or Gary Moore's energy, such criticism is irrelevant on record, where his ability is beyond doubt (if the best of this album and Chinatown had been on one release, I'm sure it would be regarded as a classic). The album opens typically strongly with the epic "Angel Of Death"; Darren Wharton's atmospheric lengthy keyboard intro an instant indication of a new dimension to the traditional Lizzy sound - until the familiar guitars come crashing in. And with echoes of Jeff Wayne's Musical Version Of War of the Worlds (to which Phil Lynott had contributed with such great effect), it's full of menace. Although also over 6 mins long, the following track "Renegade" (a Lynott/White composition) is in total contrast musically; with its chiming guitars and evocative lyrics, strong on cinematic imagery: surely one of Lizzy's best! It takes until the third track, "The Pressure Will Blow", for the classic Lizzy harmony guitars to really make their presence felt and despite the sheer quality of the first two tracks, the familiarity of the twin guitar sound is more than welcome. "Leave This Town" isn't your typical Lizzy rocker (although it includes a typically clever lyric from Lynott) - it's more of a ZZ Top-style boogie, adding to the sense that the album would have a diverse approach. And perhaps that's where some of the dissatisfaction lies in some quarters - the willingness to take risks pays off in some areas more than others.Read more ›
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