Renegade

  • The title track of Thin Lizzy's penultimate album, "Renegade" was co-written by frontman Phil Lynott and lead guitarist Snowy White. Clearly introspective, if it is not entirely autobiographical, there is a lot of Lynott in here. Unquestionably the most thoughtful track on the album, it runs to 6 minutes 8 seconds. >>
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    Alexander Baron - London, England
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