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Category: Classic Hard Rock
Label: Frontiers Records (Italy)
Catalog Number: FR CD 461
|2.||Lay it on the Line||4:06||Listen|
|3.||Follow Your Heart||3:40||Listen|
|5.||I Live For the Weekend||5:16||Listen|
|7.||Just One Night||3:35||Listen|
|8.||Fight the Good Fight||6:23||Listen|
|11.||Lights Go Down||5:02||Listen|
|12.||Somebody's Out There||3:58||Listen|
|13.||Rock and Roll Machine||6:59||Listen|
|Total Running Time:||71:26|
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|From: juan carlos||Date: May 27, 2010 at 21:45|
|where is "Say Goodbye" "All The Way"? aren´t they hits or classic Triumph songs? anyway, Good greatest Hits. 8.5/10|
|From: underworld king||Date: January 29, 2011 at 22:27|
|Nothing from Edge of Excess either.|
|From: Eric3||Date: July 3, 2016 at 16:28|
|For all intents and purposes, this is what a "greatest hits" album should be: a selection of the band's most well-known songs as a sort of introduction spanning their entire careers. Normally I don't bother with this sort of thing (I prefer to just buy the entire albums themselves), but they went above and beyond remixing these tracks. They sound great! This is how greatest hit collections should be done!|
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