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Artist: Triumph

Title: Live at the US Festival

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Triumph Live at the US Festival Album Cover


Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2003

Label: TML Entertainment (Canada)

Catalog Number: TML 79201


Rik Emmett guitars, vocals
Gil Moore drums, vocals
Mike Levine bass, keyboards

Recorded in 1983. Second disc is a 25-minute DVD.


Disc 1
1.  Allied Forces live  3:41
2.  Lay It on the Line live  4:30
3.  Never Surrender live  6:37
4.  Magic Power live  5:49
5.  A World of Fantasy live  5:32
6.  Rock and Roll Machine live  10:31
7.  When the Lights Go Down live  6:18
8.  Fight the Good Fight live  7:38
9.  Follow Your Heart live bonus track  4:06
Total Running Time:  54:42

Disc 2
10.  Fight the Good Fight live video  
11.  Spellbound live video  
12.  Follow Your Heart live video  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: 80s fan Date: November 28, 2003 at 9:15
It has to be the best festival ever! Cool bands played in there, a lot of people were there. I wish I could have been there... This live cd (also comes in dvd) shows one of the best bands in action, live! Good memories from 1983!

From: Rycheage Date: November 30, 2003 at 22:05
The performances presented are fantastic. What an awe-inspiring and authoritative trio Triumph is. They have two equally fantastic rock n roll voices with Rik Emmet and Gil Moore. Considering there are only three people in the band, the odds are that every song you hear will be enjoyable is a certainty.

From: ED Date: December 10, 2003 at 10:39

From: Brian Mc Date: March 6, 2004 at 4:31
I bought the dvd last weekend & have watched it 4 times! It's made me realize that Triumph were much better than many gave them credit for. More than 'pop & hooks' Triumph were complex WITH 'pop & hooks' as seen on 'Never Surrender' & 'Magic Power'. The US Festival was an awesome event & Triumph were a splendid element to prove that the hard rock/metal scene in 1983 was a very cool machine to be a cog within. Kinda short, but that was the structure of the US Festival. Extra features help out.

From: Lennie Date: March 24, 2005 at 16:39
Bonus DVD here - watch 'Fight the Good Fight'...what an amazing vocal/lead guitar performance. Dont come much better than this! My one compaint is on the CD I think they cut the song 'Allied Forces' a bit short - would have been better if it had kicked at the end. ho hum

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