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Comments on Triumph [reply]
 
The 'other' 3 piece band from Canada. Triumph were a little more traditional rock than Rush, but a brilliant live band, great (blinding) light show and brilliant songs. WHo can forget the sight of those white Marshall stacks as well! [reply]
 
Gotta agree Big Man!!! I remember going to that gig with you and being very surprised at the high level of musicianship of the band - especially Rik Emmett. And a singing drummer too!

Progression of Power - very true!
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Technically proficient and very capable band I always felt they had something missing. Rik Emmet has always been more of a classical guitarist than a rock guitarist and although I was gobsmacked by his fretwork during Blinding Light Show and Rock'n'Roll Machine the atmosphere was not the same as other Apollo bands. Shame that they never came back. [reply]
 
CAMPBELL, I WILL AGREE WITH YOU TRIUMPH WAS A GREAT BAND LIVE. ONE OF THE FIRST SHOWS I SAW AT THE APOLLO. MY M8'S & I HAD SEAT'S FRONT ROW IN THE BALCONY, I RECALL THE LIGHT SHOW WITH ALL THE PYRO. WE FELT THE HEAT EVERY TIME THEY WENT OFF, ALLSO THE BALCONY GOING UP & DOWN WHEN THEY PLAYED "LAY IT ON THE LINE.A GREAT NIGHT FOR ROCK-N-ROLL,LONG LIVE THE APOLLO!!!!!!!!!! [reply]
 
 
 
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