Pretty good review - thank you. The rhythm section [Philip Lynott: vocals; bass & Brian Downey: drums] are 2/3 of the founder members of the group from Dublin, Ireland. Whereas the lead guitarists [Gary Moore & Scott Gorham] are from Belfast, Northern Ireland & Glendale CA, America. Gary was the major influence in the more Celtic feel to this record, especially with the closing track. You may have missed the producer was the legendary Tony Visconti. Nice one! The bass player is (and always was) excellent from Lynott. Btw, Sarah is a lyric about Philip Lynott's baby daughter (with the music by Gary Moore). Even though Waiting For an Alibi was the most successful single, like you, I prefer Do Anything You Want To. Got To Give It Up is another example of the twin lead Gibson Les Paul guitars that Thin Lizzy perfected. It is a poignant lyric on addiction to drugs/drink. The best solo is the first by Scott and Gary does the outro. Btw Scott does S&M, but Gary does the intricate stuff on the Black Rose track. You can see why I rate this much more highly than Jailbreak, which is good but somewhat two-dimensional. But it was the album the woke up America to them. The best way to hear their material until just before this album is to play the double live album from 1978, aptly named Live And Dangerous! This is also produced by Tony Visconti. It is often voted the second best live album after Deep Purple's Made In Japan. I concur with this. If you have time to listen to The War of the Worlds concept album I recommended, Philip Lynott appears (vocals only) as a demented parson, lol!