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This album is Mastered for iTunes. Considered by fans and critics alike to be the band’s best recording, Triumph’s fifth album, Allied Forces, has a subtle tension running throughout. Where previous works found singing drummer Gil Moore and guitarist/vocalist Rik Emmett jockeying for alpha frontman status, here they exercised a healthier competition within their songwriting collaborations. As a result, “Fool for Your Love” hits the ground running with the muscle of Grand Funk Railroad and the vocal precision of Boston. The mellowed acoustic guitar picking and reedy Moog notes that introduce the following “Magic Power” hark back to the band’s early Emerson, Lake & Palmer influence. The song soon unfolds and rocks out like a tougher-sounding Journey. But it’s the title track that brings the album to its head. Though Triumph was reticent to be pigeonholed as a metal act, “Allied Force” exemplifies the marriage of late-'70s heavy metal and early-'80s AOR production. The cool sound effects produced by bassist Mike Levine in “Air Raid,” plus the classical guitar interlude “Petite Etude,” helped flesh out an already-strong album.

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My second ever CD back in the day

From start to the "Say Goodbye" finish, this is one of my favorite all-time releases through and through. I'm a fool for it.


Formed: 1975 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Late-'70s/early-'80s prog metallists Triumph endured countless comparisons to Rush throughout their career, and with good reason; they were both quite similar musically and lyrically, comprised of three members each, and hailed from Canada (although it must be said that Rush were the originator, and were much more commercially successful). Formed in Toronto during 1975, the trio consisted of guitarist/singer Rik Emmett, drummer/singer Gil Moore, and bassist/keyboardist Mike Levine, and issued its...
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