Triumph

Tue
12
Nov

TRIUMPH ‘Classics’ To Be Re-Released As Double LP, Pressed On 180 Gram Silver Vinyl

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ORIGINALLY RELEASED 30 YEARS AGO, TRIUMPH’s ‘CLASSICS’ CELEBRATED THE  LEGENDARY CANADIAN POWER TRIO’s GREATEST HITS
 
And now, on December 13th, 2019, Triumph’s 13-track ‘Classics’ will once again hit the racks (via Round Hill/Triumph Catalog), and all of the expected gems are included - “Lay It on the Line,” “Magic Power,” “A World of Fantasy,” “Fight the Good Fight,” and “Hold On.”
 
Also featured are two special live recordings that close the set - “Never Surrender” (live at the US Festival) and “Blinding Light Show/Moon Child (live at Sweden Rock).
 
The album will also be available for preorder via the link here: smarturl.it/TriumphClassics
 
“We are excited to showcase our career on the ‘Classics’ reissue,” says the band. “It’s a beautiful package and sounds awesome!”
 
Comprised of drummer/vocalist Gil Moore, bassist/keyboardist Mike Levine, and guitarist/vocalist Rik Emmett, Triumph formed in 1975 (hailing from Mississauga, Ontario, Canada). With their unique blend of progressive rock, heavy metal and soaring melodies, the band enjoyed a string of rock radio and MTV hits, in the process scoring a string of gold and platinum-certified albums and selling out arenas, thrilling fans with their award-winning live shows.
 
And in December, rock fans will be reminded once again about the power that Triumph possessed - deep in the grooves of ‘Classics.’
 
TRIUMPH: ‘CLASSICS’ TRACKLISTING:
Tears in the Rain
Lay It on the Line
I Live for the Weekend
Magic Power
Somebody’s Out There
Spellbound
A World of Fantasy
Follow Your Heart
Fight the Good Fight
Rock & Roll Machine
Hold On
Never Surrender (Live at the US Festival)
Blinding Light Show/Moon Child (Live at Sweden Rock)
 
FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE VISIT: triumphmusic.com
 
Tue
02
Dec

RockPages Talks To TRIUMPH

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Tuesday, December 2, 2014
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Rockpages Web Magazine did an exclusive interview with TRIUMPH's bassist Mike Levine in the wake of the 30th anniverssary since the release of their album "Thunder Seven" and Levine didn't rule out the possibility of doing another TRIUMPH album in the future. Here's the excerpt (for the full link of the interview check here: Rockpages.gr - Interviews - Triumph - )
 
Rockpages.gr: You did a reunion show in Sweden and another one in the States back in 2008. Is there any chance of you doing a full tour and why not record one last album?
Mike Levine: We sit down every couple of months, Gil, Rik and I'and always talking about thee possibility of doing something again. When we did those shows in 2008, everything went so well that we decided to do a full tour. We had booking agents and managers working around the clock to arrange a tour in North America and just when we were ready to begin rehearsals, the recession hit so hard that we all got nervous about the economy and whether anyone could be successful on the road under these circumstances. So, we said: “well, let’s just wait and see how the things will turn out in the coming months and then decide what we will do”. Later on, we just kinda lost our enthusiasm and'well, here we are after 6 years. I am not sayiing that we are not going to tour ever but it’s highly unlikely. As far as recording'I am asking myself: “Does anybody really wwanna hear something new from us?”'I don’t know. Onee thing is certain. If we decide to record once again, it would have to be a bunch of excellent songs'nothing less. We haven’t reached that point yet but as our song goes'Never Say Never.
 
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