Triumph (Triumph album)

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Triumph
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ReleasedOctober 13, 1976
Studio Phase One Studios, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Genre Hard rock, progressive rock
Length39:37
Label Attic
Producer Mike Levine, Doug Hill
Triumph chronology
Triumph
(1976)
Rock & Roll Machine
(1977)
Alternative cover
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Cover for 1995 CD reissue titled "In the Beginning"
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Triumph is the debut studio album by Canadian hard rock band Triumph, released in 1976. The album was remastered and re-released with a new cover and name in 1995 called In the Beginning (then remastered again in 2005).

Contents

Track listing

Side one
No.TitleLyricsMusicLength
1."24 Hours a Day"Rik EmmettRik Emmett4:28
2."Be My Lover"Rik EmmettRik Emmett3:20
3."Don't Take My Life"Gil MooreGil Moore4:58
4."Street Fighter"Rik EmmettGil Moore3:33
5."Street Fighter (Reprise)"Rik EmmettGil Moore3:03
Side two
No.TitleLyricsMusicLength
1."What's Another Day of Rock 'N Roll"Gil MooreGil Moore4:52
2."Easy Life"Rik EmmettMike Levine3:56
3."Let Me Get Next to You"Rik EmmettGil Moore/Rik Emmett3:03
4."Blinding Light Show / Moonchild"Rik Emmett/(Instrumental)Rik Emmett/Chris Brockway/Denton Young/Rik Emmett8:41

Personnel

Triumph
Additional personnel
Production

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