Still Dangerous

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Still Dangerous
Live album by Thin Lizzy
Released 2 March 2009
Recorded 20 & 21 October 1977 at Tower Theater, Philadelphia
Genre Hard rock
Label VH1 Classic Records
Producer Glyn Johns
Thin Lizzy chronology
UK Tour '75
(2008)
Still Dangerous
(2009)

Still Dangerous is a live album by Irish rock band Thin Lizzy. It was compiled out of two live concerts by the band at the Tower Theater in Philadelphia at 20 & 21 October 1977 during the tour in support of their Bad Reputation album.


Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars link
Sea Of Tranquility 5/5 stars link

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Soldier of Fortune" (Phil Lynott)
  2. "Jailbreak" (Lynott)
  3. "Cowboy Song" (Brian Downey, Lynott)
  4. "The Boys are Back in Town" (Lynott)
  5. "Dancing In the Moonlight" (Lynott)
  6. "Massacre" (Downey, Scott Gorham, Lynott)
  7. "Opium Trail" (Downey, Gorham, Lynott)
  8. "Don't Believe a Word" (Lynott)
  9. "Baby Drives Me Crazy" (Downey, Gorham, Lynott, Brian Robertson)
  10. "Me and the Boys" (Lynott)
  11. "Bad Reputation" (Downey, Gorham, Lynott)
  12. "Emerald" (Gorham, Downey, Robertson, Lynott)

"Bad Reputation" and "Emerald" are bonus tracks made only available as download outside of Japan. Track by track analysis showed that some of these recordings were released before on the Live and Dangerous album.[1] The live recordings of "Jailbreak", "Cowboy Song", and "The Boys are Back in Town" from this album are available as downloadable content as a Thin Lizzy track pack for the music video game Rock Band.

Personnel[edit]

  • John Earle - saxophone on "Dancing In The Moonlight"

Awards[edit]

Planet Rock listeners chose Still Dangerous as their favourite Live album in the station’s 'Greatest Live album of all time' poll.

The station received thousands of votes and established that Thin Lizzy’s album 'Live and Dangerous' is the 'Greatest live album of all time' beating the likes of Deep Purple, AC/DC and Pink Floyd.

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