Killer On The Loose - Thin Lizzy - Chinatown (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Chinatown Backing Vocals – Midge Ure Written By – Thin Lizzy: A3: Sweetheart Written By – Phil Lynott: A4: Sugar Blues Written By – Thin Lizzy: A5: Killer On The Loose Written By – Phil Lynott: B1: Having A Good Time Written By – Phil Lynott, Snowy White: B2: Genocide (The Killing Of The Buffalo /5(10).
  2. Aug 22,  · Label: Vertigo - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Netherlands • Genre: Rock • Style: Hard Rock Thin Lizzy - Chinatown (, Vinyl) | Discogs Explore/5(81).
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Chinatown on Discogs. Label: Vertigo - 17PP • Series: Thin Lizzy Collection • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock • Style: Hard Rock4/5(4).
  4. Kit Woolven and Thin Lizzy "Killer on the Loose" is a song by the Irish rock band Thin Lizzy, written by Phil Lynott, released as a single in September It was a chart hit, peaking at No in the UK and No.5 in Ireland. It later appeared on their album Chinatown Controversy. The Genre: Hard rock.
  5. Jan 28,  · So I've loved Lizzy since I was 15 (50 now..). Never gave Chinatown much mistake. I've rediscovered it recently and it's become my fave Lizzy album at this moment. However I must say I can live without 'Having a Good Time'. That said I love the vibe of the album overall. 'We will be Strong' is classic Lynott/5().
  6. Chinatown is the tenth studio album by Irish band Thin Lizzy, released in It introduced guitarist Snowy White who would also perform on the next album as well as tour with Thin Lizzy between and ; he replaced Gary Moore as permanent guitarist. White had previously worked with Cliff Richard, Peter Green and Pink Floyd. Chinatown also featured eighteen-year-old Darren Wharton on.
  7. Don't get me started on the near metal approach to the album Thunder & Lightening, again only a personal opinion, but just be thankful we have Thin Lizzy albums like Chinatown, & that John Sykes only had the chance to show off his un-Lizzy like wizardry on that one album, too flash, Lynott held good with material, but too much of the Sykes /5().

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