"I was totally exhausted. I just couldn't take any more. I didn't want to see another stage again, and I certainly didn't want to go on to Australia, as had been proposed."The band auditioned drummers in LA, and as Moore told it:
"One of the guys we tried was Terry Bozzio, but he just didn't fit in with us - he didn't do drugs and he didn't say "fuck" enough times in a sentence! Plus, he wanted to bring his wife on the road. We were like,"Oh, yeah, sure! So we ditched him and got in Mark Nauseef, who'd been playing with the Ian Gillan Band."Nauseef flew back to LA when the tour was over, and the remaining members of the band returned to London to begin work on the next album. They were soon joined by a rejuvenated Brian Downey, and Thin Lizzy released their studio album "Black Rose" in April of 1979.
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