What a shame.. It took me so long before i discovered this band. Why isn't this band ''more out there'' ? I've only ''scratched the surface'' but the few songs i've heard, i love them! There should be more bands like this that aren't ''quite heavy metal''.
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When I was a kid we use to tiretube down the Credit and come up at the sh*t squisher . Gill lived at the top of the road Rick and Mike use to always be in the garage playing and jamming real cool for a kid to see! Thanks! guys, cos they got me playing as well!
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One of the best bands ever, with one of the best guitarists ever in Rik Emmett! Back in the 80's Guitar Magazine labeled Rik as the best.
I went to a concert to see him on his own a few years back, and there were other guitarists from other (not mentioning names) bands there in marvel at what he could do.
I also have to join TrueBlood4ever in agreeing with Saje3d's shout on the Rush/Triumph comparison. It was right on. I'm a fan of both. Rik Emmitt was classically trained as you can tell from his short yet complex compositions. Geddy Lee , also classically trained, is still one of my fav bassist. And until Mike Portnoy of Dream Theater came on the scene, nobody could touch Neal Peart on drums except the late great jazz phenom Buddy Rich. Triumph has a harder sound in my opinion while Rush sticks to, as she said, the complex sound of Progressive Rock. Might as well compare apples and oranges.
Comparing Triumph to Rush is ridiculous, akin to finding similarities between peaches and avacados. Rush is progressive or "math" rock, highly orchestrated, polished, and produced. And very musically complex. Triumph is AOR or Hard Rock with a few prog elements. The only two things these bands have in common are their nationality (Canadian) and the fact that they're composed of three musicians apiece. Now the choice of which is "better" is entirely subjective.