Tracklists announced for forthcoming Thin Lizzy reissues

As previously reported, Thin Lizzy’s 1974 and 1975 releases ‘Night Life’ and ‘Fighting’ are to get the two-disc deluxe edition treatment, bringing them up to date with recent reissues of ‘Jailbreak’, ‘Johnny The Fox’ and ‘Black Rose’.

The official tracklists for both reissues has now been announced and can be seen below.


Disc 1
She Knows
Night Life
It’s Only Money
Still In Love With You
Frankie Carroll
Dear Heart
Disc 2
She Knows – BBC Session 3/10/1974
Sha-La-La – BBC Session 3/10/1974
It’s Only Money – BBC Session 3/10/1974
Philomena – BBC Session 3/10/1974
Dear Heart – BBC Session 23/10/1974
Banshee – BBC Session 23/10/1974
Showdown (Demos With Gary Moore)
Still In Love With You (Demos With Gary Moore)
It’s Only Money (Demos With Gary Moore)
Showdown (Unreleased)
Still In Love With You (Unreleased Alternate Take)


Disc 1
For Those Who Love To Live
Wild One
Fighting My Way Back
King’s Revenge
Spirit Slips Away
Silver Dollar
Freedom Song
Ballad Of A Hard Man
Disc 2
Half Caste (B Side to Rosalie)
Rosalie (US Album Mix)
Half Caste – BBC Session 29/05/1975
Rosalie – BBC Session 29/05/1975
Suicide – BBC Session 29/05/1975
Ballad Of A Hard Man (Unreleased Alternate Take)
Try A Little Harder (Unreleased)
Fighting My Way Back (Unreleased Alternate Take)
Song For Jesse (Unreleased)
Leaving Town (Unreleased)
Blues Boy Unreleased)
Leaving Town (Unreleased)
Spirit Slips Away (Unreleased Alternate Take)
Wild One (Unreleased Alternate Take)
Bryan’s Funky Fazer [Silver Dollar] (Unreleased)

Half of the bonus materials on the new edition of ‘Night Life’ have already seen release at the end of 2011 as part of the extensive ‘Live at the BBC’ box set, but there are still a few unreleased cuts to tempt fans, while the wealth of unreleased material on ‘Fighting’ make it an essential item for most Lizzy fans.

There has been a small amount of bad news regarding the pending reissues, however: originally slated for a February release, the new editions of ‘Night Life’ and ‘Fighting’ are now not expected to appear until 12th March.