TRIUMPH: ‘Live At Sweden Rock Festival’ CD+DVD Artwork, Track Listing Revealed

The fans demanded it, and the fans finally got it. After 20 years apart, the long-awaited TRIUMPH reunion of vocalist/guitarist Rik Emmett, bassist/keyboardist Mike Levine, and vocalist/drummer Gil Moore took place at Sweden Rock Festival, on June 7, 2008. And now, the band is putting the finishing touches on the DVD of that historic performance.

The “Live At Sweden Rock Festival” set will consist of a DVD and CD, with a tentative European release date of August 27 through Frontiers Records.

“It’s great to finally be able show the world TRIUMPH‘s reunion show at the Sweden Rock Festival,” says Mike Levine. “It certainly is one of the most memorable performances of our entire career! And they said it would never happen…”

“Live At Sweden Rock Festival” will be released on the TML label, distributed by UMG in Canada and ADA in the U.S. The set will be made available throughout Europe on Frontiers Records.

CD

01. When The Lights Go Down
02. Lay It On The Line
03. Allied Forces
04. Never Surrender
05. I Live For The Weekend
06. Blinding Light Show
07. Rocky Mountain Way
08. Magic Power
09. Rock And Roll Machine
10. Fight The Good Fight

DVD

01. When The Lights Go Down
02. Lay It On The Line
03. Allied Forces
04. Never Surrender
05. I Live For The Weekend
06. Blinding Light Show
07. Rocky Mountain Way
08. Magic Power
09. Rock And Roll Machine
10. Fight The Good Fight

As one of the godfathers of prog metal and leading lights of arena rock, TRIUMPH formed in 1975, and built a large and loyal fanbase by the late ’70s on the strength of their non-stop touring schedule throughout Canada and the USA and the success of their classic albums, “Rock Roll Machine” and “Just A Game”.

But it was in the 1980s when TRIUMPH truly became a force to be reckoned with, as a string of gold/platinum-certified albums (“Progressions of Power”, “Allied Forces”, “Never Surrender” and “Thunder Seven”) and classic hits (“Fight the Good Fight”, “Magic Power”, “Lay It On The Line”) solidified the group as one of rock’s top concert attractions.

TRIUMPH pushed the limits of arena rock to the max with is legendary live shows and virtuoso playing. Add to it some of the most recognizable and celebrated radio classics, a vault full of gold and platinum sales awards for their ten studio albums and there you have one of the most successful rock acts of the 1970s/1980s.

 

 

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