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Triumph - Thunder Seven flac mp3
Performer:
Triumph
Album:
Thunder Seven
Style:
Hard Rock,Heavy Metal,Prog-Rock,Album Rock
Recording date:
July, 1984 - August, 1984
Date of release:
1984
Recording location:
Metal Works Studios, Ontario, Canada
Duration:
40:51
FLAC vers. size:
1474 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1182 mb
WMA vers. size:
1974 mb
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Rating:
4.3 ★
Votes:
138

Thunder Seven is the seventh studio album by Canadian hard rock band Triumph, released in November 1984. The second half of the album follows a concept based on various time-related themes. The album was certified gold in the US by the RIAA, with sales of over 500,000 copies, on April 21, 2003, almost nineteen years after its initial release.

Mastered By – Bob Ludwig. Mixed By – Ed Stone (2), Eddie Kramer, Hugh Cooper. Other – Musicon Management, Inc. Other – Aly Mundinger. Other – Alex Andronache. Producer – Eddie Kramer, Triumph (2). Production Manager – Steve Dowell. Recorded By – Ed Stone (2). Tour Manager – Jeff Krump.

WMG, The Orchard Music (от лица компании "Round Hill/Triumph Catalog"); UBEM, LatinAutor, UMPG Publishing, LatinAutor - UMPG, ASCAP, CMRRA" и другие авторские общества (1). Композиция. The Orchard Music (от лица компании "Round Hill/Triumph Catalog"); UBEM, LatinAutor, CMRRA, UMPG Publishing, LatinAutor - UMPG, ASCAP" и другие авторские общества (1).

Triumph's once unstoppable "rock & roll machine" was seriously running out of gas by the release of 1984's Thunder Seven, which was named thus because it was, in fact, their seventh studio album in Canada (sixth worldwide). Where the previous year's Never Surrender had managed to disguise the band's dwindling stores of inspiration and desire beneath a semi-convincing imitation of glories past, Thunder Seven revealed a group that was largely going through the motions.

Hard Rock Triumph (CAN). Band Name Triumph (CAN). Album Name Thunder Seven.

Thunder Seven (1984) by Triumph. Genres: Progressive Rock, Hard Rock. Songs: Spellbound, Rock Out, Roll On, Cool Down, Follow Your Heart, Time Goes By, Midsummer's Daydream. Members: Rik Emmett, Michael Levine, Gil Moore.

Thunder Seven is a concept album by the Canadian Heavy Metal band Triumph, released in November 1984. It was the band's seventh studio album. The album examines the actions and abnormalities of man at the turn of the 21st century. Thunder Seven is a concept album by the Canadian Heavy Metal band Triumph, released in November 1984.

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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Spellbound Triumph Triumph 5:13
2 Rock Out, Rock On Triumph Triumph 5:16
3 Cool Down Triumph Triumph 4:50
4 Follow Your Heart Triumph Triumph 3:34
5 Time Goes By Triumph Triumph 6:01
6 Midsummer's Daydream Triumph Triumph 1:40
7 Time Canon Triumph Triumph 1:33
8 Killing Time Triumph Triumph 4:17
9 Stranger in a Strange Land Triumph Triumph 5:13
10 Little Boy Blues Triumph Triumph 3:40

Credits

Sandee Bathgate - Performer
Hugh Cooper - Mixing, Performer
DaVinci - Concept
Dave Dickson - Performer
Rik Emmett - Concept, Group Member, Guitar, Guitar (12 String Acoustic), Guitar (12 String), Guitar (Synthesizer), Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Noel Golden - Assistant Engineer, Performer
Andy Holland - Performer
Eddie Kramer - Engineer, Mixing, Producer
Yoshiro Kuzumaki - Mastering
Mike Levine - Bass, Group Member, Guitar (Bass), Keyboards, Synthesizer
Bob Ludwig - Mastering
G.L. Moore - Drums, Percussion, Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Gil Moore - Drums, Group Member, Percussion, Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Herb Moore - Performer
Dean Motter - Art Direction, Concept, Design, Illustrations
Lou Pomanti - Keyboards, Producer, Programming, Synthesizer, Synthesizer Programming
Al Rogers - Performer
Ed Stone - Engineer, Mixing
Triumph - Composer, Primary Artist, Producer
Brett Zilahi - Digital Remastering
  • Xtani
While I usually agree with the Allmusic critics, I couldn't disagree more where this album is concerned. In my opinion, this is Triumph's best album, and I just can't understand the lack of respect for such an excellent piece of work. It may be that they open with Spellbound, which is not one of there best rockers and I tend to overlook that because the rest of the album is so good. Starting with Rock Out, Roll On through Killing Time (7 songs); you will not find anything that Triumph did before or after that was as good. There were not many other bands at the time that could match them in progressive metal except for Rush of course, and I suppose that was always the problem. But in the end, this is a fine album.
  • IGOT
Agree with Les Barkers review - Much better than the official review suggests, good solid album throughout.
  • I love Mercedes
I agree with Les totally! This album is my favorite Triumph album as a whole.
  • Fenrinos
Thunder Seven is Triumph's last solid album. Sport of Kings was where the band was running out of steam and Surveillance is where they were running on fumes. But let's face it - the Triumph formula wasn't made for them to make 15-20 albums of greatness. They were a great band and had a great run. Let's be glad that they did what they did so well.
  • Bele
Agree with all of the other reviewers. This is my favourite Triumph album....classic rock at its best with virtuoso musicianship and memorable melodies.
  • Lanadrta
This is Triumph's most unique album and arguably their finest.
  • Feri
It was Thunder Seven that made me a devout Triumph fan, It is a collection of anthemic rock songs with a dash of classical/blues, in tracks such as Killing Time, Little Boy Blues, etc. To me, it was a triumphant (pun intended) return of the band to mainstream radio, gaining them legions of new fans in the process.
  • Elildelm
The "Time Suite" (Time Goes By / Midsummer's Daydream / Time Canon / Killing Time) is some of the most passionate, yet powerful, hard rock music ever recorded!
  • Anayaron
I'm with Les on this also. I purchased this cassette in the mid-90's and played it until the sound quality became noticeably deficient which required an upgrade to CD. I was also wearing out Trespass by Genesis at the same time. Both albums, albeit quite different, really made an impression on me in my early 20s.