Dedication: The Very Best of Thin Lizzy is a compilation album released by rock group Thin Lizzy in 1991. The only previously unreleased track was "Dedication", which was reconstructed after band leader Phil Lynott's death, using an old 8 track demo recording of a Grand Slam song originally recorded around 1985 and written by guitarist Laurence Archer. This track was the subject of a High Court case, as following Lynott's death Thin Lizzy released this track as a lost Thin Lizzy track, removing Archer's guitar and the writing credit from the track. Archer is now credited for writing this track.
There was also a VHS video release to accompany the album.
A 12" and CD single were also released, featuring the extra tracks "Emerald" (live) / "Still in Love With You" (live).
A 12" picture disc was also released, with two different tracks, "Chinatown" / "Bad Reputation".
"The Boys Are Back in Town (Remix)" / "Sarah" – 11 March 1991
A 12", picture disc and CD single were also released, all featuring four tracks: "The Boys Are Back in Town (Remix)" / "Johnny the Fox Meets Jimmy the Weed" / "Black Boys on the Corner" / "Me and the Boys (Live)".