℗ 1979 Warner Records Inc
 

Black Rose: A Rock Legend

Thin Lizzy

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1.1
Do Anything You Want to Do
Thin Lizzy
3:53
1.2
Toughest Street in Town
Thin Lizzy
4:01
1.3
S & M
Thin Lizzy
4:05
1.4
Waiting for an Alibi
Thin Lizzy
3:30
1.5
My Sarah
Thin Lizzy
3:31
1.6
Got to Give It Up
Thin Lizzy
4:24
1.7
Get out of Here
Thin Lizzy
3:37
1.8
With Love
Thin Lizzy
4:38
Roisin Dubh (Black Rose)  
1.9
A Rock Legend
Thin Lizzy
7:04
Total Playing Time    38:43
Black Rose: A Rock Legend is the ninth studio album by Irish rock band Thin Lizzy. Released in 1979, it has been described as one of the band's "greatest, most successful albums". It was the first time that blues rock guitarist Gary Moore remained in Thin Lizzy long enough to record an album after previous brief stints in 1974 and 1977 with the band.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Rhino/Warner Records Studio Masters

Tracks 1-9 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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