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Just One Night - Triumph (2) - The Sport Of Kings (CD, Album)

8 thoughts on “ Just One Night - Triumph (2) - The Sport Of Kings (CD, Album) ”

  1. Sport Of Kings songs This is a good rockin album if you like groups like Rush or previous Triumph. I think this was their best to date until "Surveillance came out. This one seems to rock a little harder than surveillance but Surveillance has better guitar work as far as Im concerned. Give them a listen if you looking to buy some good cds.
  2. The Sport of Kings is the eighth studio album by the Canadian hard rock band Triumph, released in It was recorded at the band's home studio of Metalworks Studios from May to August A song from the album, "Somebody's Out There", was the band's biggest hit, reaching number 27 on the Billboard Hot over a week stay in the charts and hitting number 84 in the Canadian pop charts.
  3. This one has better songs, including Just One Night, Take a Stand, Don't Love Anybody Else But Me. I think at this stage they still have something to offer to the music world. It takes a little bit to get into the sound of this CD but it sounds real good. This is a good reason to explain why I'm a big fan of Triumph .
  4. Just A Game (47) Never Surrender (69) Progressions Of Power (28) Progressions of Power UK Tour (9) Rock & Roll Machine (1) Rock And Roll Machine Tour (1) Surveillance (5) The Sport of Kings (65) Thunder Seven (69).
  5. Nov 15,  · For a band that hasn’t performed together since the late s, TRIUMPH has been keeping a high profile in the music scene. TRIUMPH: A NIGHT OF TRIUMPH captures the band live at the Metro Center in Halifax, Nova Scotia. The concert was performed on September January 16, and the band was in support of their just released SPORT OF KINGS album. Together Gil Moore, Mike .
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Sport Of Kings on Discogs. Label: TRC Records (4) - TRCD • Series: Mint Series • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: USA & Canada • Genre: Rock • Style: Hard Rock.
  7. The album ends with the passionate "In the Middle of the Night", another radio friendly tune that also contains perhaps Emmett's most emotional vocals in the entire set. For many long-time Triumph fans, The Sport of Kings was a bit too commercial sounding, and it's obvious the band was reaching for greater chart, radio, and MTV acceptance.

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