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- Posted on Mar 4th 2010 8:00AM by Chris Cope
The 1978 record, winner of the vote organised by radio station Planet Rock, sees the Dubliners take on Toronto and also London's Hammersmith Odeon, playing classic tracks such as 'The Boys Are Back in Town' and 'Jailbreak.'
Phil Lynott and company beat off competition from the likes of Deep Purple, runners up with 'Made In Japan' and UFO, who took the bronze medal with 'Strangers In The Night.'
Other bands to hit the top 40 include Pink Floyd, Kiss and the Who, whose 'Live At Leeds' record landed at number four. Here's the top 20 for your browsing pleasure:
1. Thin Lizzy 'Live & Dangerous'
2. Deep Purple 'Made in Japan'
3. UFO 'Strangers in the Night
4. The Who 'Live at Leeds'
5. AC/DC 'If You Want Blood, You Got it'
6. Iron Maiden 'Live After Death'
7. Pink Floyd 'Pulse'
8. Peter Frampton 'Frampton Comes Alive'
9. KISS 'Alive'
10. Genesis 'Seconds Out'
11. Status Quo 'Live!'
12. Yes 'Yessongs'
13. Jethro Tull 'Bursting Out'
14. Hawkwind 'Space Ritual'
15. Cheap Trick 'At Budokan'
16. Wishbone Ash 'Live Dates (1973)'
17. Led Zeppelin 'The Song Remains the Same'
18. Queen 'Live Killers'
19. Rush 'All The World's a Stage'
20. Rush 'Exit Stage Left'