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Triumph: Albums Elimination (Round 4)


  

12 members have voted

  1. 1. Immune:

    • Rock & Roll Machine (1977)
    • Just A Game (1979)
    • Progressions Of Power (1980)
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    • Allied Forces (1981)
    • Never Surrender (1982/1983)
    • Thunder Seven (1984)
  2. 2. Eliminate:

    • Rock & Roll Machine (1977)
    • Just A Game (1979)
    • Progressions Of Power (1980)
    • Allied Forces (1981)
      0
    • Never Surrender (1982/1983)
      0
    • Thunder Seven (1984)


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Triumph/In The Beginning has been eliminated.

 

10. Edge Of Excess (1992/1993)

9. Surveillance (1987)

8. The Sport Of Kings (1986)

7. Triumph/In The Beginning (1976)

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Out of curiosity, is there anyone who thinks Allied Forces is not their best album?

Thunder Seven is their best, followed by Just A Game, followed by Allied Forces

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Out of curiosity, is there anyone who thinks Allied Forces is not their best album?

 

In my mind the 2 best are AF and T7. I guess AF has the edge because it's the record that it is. But T7 is close.

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With Rocky, you can close your eyes and hear Geddy76. Something For Nothing is a great example of this.

 

But Patty, as others have said, just kills it. She's bringing a harder edge to the songs. Totally awesome. Plus, she's holding her own on the originals I've heard so far. Nice.

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Out of curiosity, is there anyone who thinks Allied Forces is not their best album?

 

Allied Forces should win it but I think the Triumph series is proving to at least be more interesting than the Heart or Deep Purple ones, where the bands became legacy acts halfway through and I'm still assuming many of the latter-day elimination votes are from people who didn't even listen to them.

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With Rocky, you can close your eyes and hear Geddy76. Something For Nothing is a great example of this.

 

But Patty, as others have said, just kills it. She's bringing a harder edge to the songs. Totally awesome. Plus, she's holding her own on the originals I've heard so far. Nice.

 

Whoops....wrong thread. LOL.

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