Thin Lizzy by Alan Byrne
Soldiers of Fortune

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Phil Lynott's Thin Lizzy brought an amalgam of hard rock, glam, drugs and a rock 'n' roll lifestyle together resulting in some of the finest pop songs of their era. Former band members and associates tell the full story, from the early days in Ireland, their peak with the multi-platinum Live and Dangerous album and Lynott's sad drug-related demise.


About Alan Byrne

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Alan Byrne is a long-time fan of Thin Lizzy and has made this book a labour of love.
Published May 1, 2003 by Firefly Publishing. 224 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Humor & Entertainment, Arts & Photography. Non-fiction

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Philip Lynott, the vocalist, bass player, primary songwriter and driving force behind Thin Lizzy, is the principle player in this account of one of Ireland's most successful rock bands.

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