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  • Don’t get me wrong, I like Triumph. More specifically, I like Rick Emmet’s vocals and guitar work. He’s really pretty accomplished on the axe. However, this album has too much mediocre stuff with Gil Moore (the drummer/vocalist) as the singer – Tears in the Rain (fair), Spellbound (okay), I Live for the Weekend (lame), Follow Your Heart (okay) and Rock n Roll Machine (lame).The good stuff on this album is Hold On (great), Magic Power (good), World of Fanstasy (great), Fight the Good Fight (great), Somebody’s Out There (good) and Lay It On the Line (absolutely the best song from this group). There are some other good songs that should be on this album (even stuff with Gil Moore singing lead – like Fool For Your Love) but it’s not in here.I’d recommend getting Just A Game, Allied Forces and Never Surrender instead of this album. You’ll get most of their best stuff in those three albums and some good songs not in this release.

    Posted on March 15, 2010