Allied Forces songs Product Information
Allied Forces album for sale by Triumph was released Nov 09, 2004 on the TML Entertainment Inc. label. All tracks have been digitally mastered using 24-bit technology. With 1981's suitably named Allied Forces -- their fourth worldwide release and fifth overall -- the three members of Triumph put aside their differences and collaborated more seamlessly than ever before, fittingly delivering what is arguably the best album of their long career. Like the previous year's particularly intense Progressions of Power, and with the possible exception of a rather forgettable new track, "Ordinary Man," the pedestrian mid-paced rockers that had sometimes derailed previous Triumph albums were conspicuously absent here, replaced by snaggletoothed heavy metal carnivores courtesy of singing drummer Gil Moore, such as the opening "Fool for Your Love" and the unrelenting title track -- both of them as thrilling as they were catchy. Allied Forces CD music contains a single disc with 9 songs. ...See Full Description
Allied Forces album for sale Product Description
Triumph - Allied Forces Album Track Listing
Allied Forces buy CD music Customer Reviews
List All 7 Reviews
Allied Forces CD music Complete CD by Canadian band. Fight the Good Fight and Magic Power are awesome tracks. Hot Time in the City has the Chuck Berry-like opening riff and Ordinary Man deals with life's inept leaders in society.
By wolverinedave22 (Middletown, NJ USA)
||Triumph - Allied forces|
Excellent album, not a weak track on it. The band are very together and polished, the music is high quality rock, you'll love it!
By John (Doncaster, UK)
||The Best Work Of Triumph|
I am owner of this album. If you really like Heavy Metal this album is the best work of Triumph in my opinion. Highly recommended.
By Angryman (Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil)
||really ahead of its time|
Triumph has really scored an awesome triumph on this one! It's really, really, way, way ahead of its time,even the technical production of this album, as if it travelled into the future & back (Is Rick Emmett a relative of Doc Emmett Brown?)anyway,a classic one and a must-have.
By cannedguds (philippines)
||Simply the best of Triumph|
This is a great album, I think it's the best work of Triumph. If you really like Heavy Metal go ahead!
By a reviewer (Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil)
This review is for a different format.
heard this album?
|CD Universe Part number||6794034|
|Label||TML Entertainment Inc.|
|Release Date||Nov 09, 2004|
|Recording Time||38 minutes|
|Personnel||Mike Levine - piano, organ, synthesizer, bass guitar|
Gil Moore - vocals, drums, percussion
Rik Emmett - vocals, acoustic 6-string guitar, 12-string guitar, slide guitar, lap steel guitar
Elaine Overholt - background vocals