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Artist: Triumph

Title: Progressions of Power

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Triumph Progressions of Power Album Cover


Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1980

Label: MCA Records

Catalog Number: MCAD-31088


Rik Emmett vocals, guitar
Michael Levine bass
G.L. Moore drums, vocals


1.  I Live for the Weekend  5:18
2.  I Can Survive  4:00
3.  In the Night  6:16
4.  Nature's Child  5:41
5.  Woman in Love  4:37
6.  Take My Heart  3:28
7.  Tear the Roof Off  4:28
8.  Fingertalkin' instrumental  1:58
9.  Hard Road  5:22
Total Running Time:  41:08

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From: Rockhead Date: February 18, 2004 at 14:51
Classic. This album ROCKS!!! I live for the weekend, tear the roof off and natures child all have amazing guitar, Rik was in geetar god mode. Some great mid paced rockers and a couple of decent ballads!! This and Just A Game are Awesome, Allied Forces and Never Surrender are just excellent. Get this CD if you love 80's rock. Still sounds great today at high volume (the true test)

From: Nick C Date: December 24, 2004 at 7:31
What can I add that Rockhead has put??? Nowt it's a pretty bang on review! I remember my head nearly dropping off after all the headbanging I did whilst grooving to I Live for the Weekend at various rock clubs!!!! I was dead pleased when this came out as I was a tad disappointed with Just a Game when it came out, and for me this album marked a return to form!

From: Remastered Reason Date: February 14, 2006 at 23:06
There is plenty here for any rocker to roll with & another album that toyed with greatness. "Tear the Roof Off" simply smokes & again another rock standard in the hit "I Live For The Weekend".

From: underworld king Date: January 28, 2010 at 21:57
When I first bought this it didn't do much for me compared to their earlier releases but after listening to it again today I have a new found appreciation for this album. It's starting to become one of my favorites after several years of owning it.

From: shoemaker Date: January 29, 2010 at 13:05
The worst Triumph album of all time!

From: edwithmj Date: November 27, 2014 at 19:24
One of Triumph's best. The first two tracks are wonderful hard rock with that late 70s/early 80s sound, Fingertalkin' is a really interesting acoustic piece by Rik Emmett and I find myself playing it again and again. There isn't one bad track on the whole album.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: April 11, 2018 at 22:04
Good album that showed how bigger than others this band could have been with even better market steps.Anyway, "Woman in Love" is my fave followed by the beautiful "Take My Heart""...1,2 & 4 are also on my list.80/100

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