Limited edition gold colored vinyl LP pressing. Canadian hard-rock power trio Triumph stands out as a visionary, uniquely influential entity among their fellow brethren. Virtuoso musicianship, soaring melodies and exceptional songs with a positive perspective and outstanding live shows made vocalist/guitarist Rik Emmett, bass guitarist/keyboardist Mike Levine and vocalist/drummer Gil Moore destined for stardom. They defined and epitomized arena rock from the mid-70s through the early-90s. 1981 saw Triumph explode into the mainstream with their fifth studio effort Allied Forces. It immediately went gold and eventually platinum. This album became a critical and commercial smash, reaching No. 23 on the Billboard charts. It's standout song, "Magic Power," was a hit single and "Fight the Good Fight" was another fan favorite. Both songs are still staples at rock radio.
Limited edition gold colored vinyl LP pressing. Canadian hard-rock power trio Triumph stands out as a visionary, uniquely influential entity among their fellow brethren. Virtuoso musicianship, soaring melodies and exceptional songs with a positive perspective and outstanding live shows made vocalist/guitarist Rik Emmett, bass guitarist/keyboardist Mike Levine and vocalist/drummer Gil Moore destined for stardom. They defined and epitomized arena rock from the mid-70s through the early-90s. 1981 saw Triumph explode into the mainstream with their fifth studio effort Allied Forces. It immediately went gold and eventually platinum. This album became a critical and commercial smash, reaching No. 23 on the Billboard charts. It's standout song, "Magic Power," was a hit single and "Fight the Good Fight" was another fan favorite. Both songs are still staples at rock radio.
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Allied Forces [Colored Vinyl] (Gol) [Limited Edition] (Slip)
Artist: Triumph
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Limited edition gold colored vinyl LP pressing. Canadian hard-rock power trio Triumph stands out as a visionary, uniquely influential entity among their fellow brethren. Virtuoso musicianship, soaring melodies and exceptional songs with a positive perspective and outstanding live shows made vocalist/guitarist Rik Emmett, bass guitarist/keyboardist Mike Levine and vocalist/drummer Gil Moore destined for stardom. They defined and epitomized arena rock from the mid-70s through the early-90s. 1981 saw Triumph explode into the mainstream with their fifth studio effort Allied Forces. It immediately went gold and eventually platinum. This album became a critical and commercial smash, reaching No. 23 on the Billboard charts. It's standout song, "Magic Power," was a hit single and "Fight the Good Fight" was another fan favorite. Both songs are still staples at rock radio.