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  • Audio CD (November 9, 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording remastered
  • Label: Tml Entertainment
  • ASIN: B00065GILO
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #22,391 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Too Much Thinking
2. A World Of Fantasy
3. A Minor Prelude
4. All The Way
5. Battle Cry
6. Overture (Procession)
7. Never Surrender
8. When The Lights Go Down
9. Writing On The Wall
10. Epilogue (Resolution)

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Another Top 40 album!

Customer Reviews

It's the best hard rock album of all time!
D. Peck
It's all great, but the particular standout tracks are Never Surrender, Battle Cry, All The Way, and especially When The Lights Go Down!
Baberufus
I hope the band is proud of their accomplishment on this record; it is very much appreciated, despite the moderate success.
Dydimos J. Thomas

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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Cole on January 12, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Triumph was one of the most energized rock bands ever. They had a stretch run of 6 albums that were just great from beginning to end...(no filler) Not too many classic rock-n-roll bands have done that. Probably also why they didn't get too much radio play-they never knew what to release as a single. Always compared with Rush, as a Canadian power trio- their live shows were awesome.Rush had all the style-but Triumph might have been the better STRAIGHT AHEAD ROCK band. Never Surrender is possibly their best album- ? it's a toss-up though between several.All the songs are great.. the best song from this is 'Battle Cry,' which has stylings reminiscent of Zeppelin and P.Floyd. Other classics would include 'ordinary man' 'blinding light show,' 'Just a game,' 'Fight the good fight,'etc.. Triumph was a helluva good band.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 23, 2001
Format: Audio CD
Not sure what the reviewers who call this Triumph's worst album are talking about. This is a pretty solid album. Granted, it marked the beginning of Triumph's more commercialized sounding albums, but sounds more original than Thunder Seven, which really isn't a bad album, either. World Of Fantasy sounds at times like Styx, but is a great song in its own right. Check out the lyrics. I also like Too Much Thinking and why some people don't like Gil Moore's vocals are beyond me. He's a good singer, although maybe not the most original sounding. What I like best about Triumph albums is the trade off between Gil and Rik taking vocal duties. Gives the albums variety and shows more dimension to this band than just the Rik-vocaled tracks the radio tends to play. All the Triumph albums are good in their own right, but if I had to rank it against the rest of their catalog, I'd probably make it number three behind Allied Forces and Just A Game (the best overall studio record).
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By patrick j mitsdarfer on February 11, 2003
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This is a very good Triumph record. It rocks hard but also has more melodic tunes. The production is good and the playing is solid. Rik Emmitt is in fine form and on the title track (My personal favorite), he is flawless. A world of fantasy is also a really strong song, and the Ronald Reagan intro to Too much thinking is just too cool. My only complaint is the record is too short,only 8 songs. I would still say this is a must have.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on August 14, 2002
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This is very good Triumph record, it deserves a good rating. Too Much Thinking kicks the album off on a good note, the dialogue at the beginning and end of the song is cool sounding. It then moves into A World Of Fantasy which was a good radio song upon it's release. A Miner Prelude / All The Way is one of the stronger tracks on this LP, it Rocks. Battle Cry is probably a underated song on this LP, I feel this is a good song with good lyrics. Overture / Never Surrender is the highpoint of this LP, good lyrics with a positive message, Classic Triumph for sure. When The Lights Go Down is another good tune, it shows what a good band they really are. Writing On The Wall / Epilogue ends this album on a good note. This is not their best effort, but it does have many good moments on it and is better than some of the LP's they released.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Brian R. Norris on December 31, 2010
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I bought this on vinly when it was released I think 1983? Any how this is an album that belongs in any collection. Triumph like the band Rush does not have to write hard rock tunes so that us the fans can feel their power. I hope fellow reveiwers are following me on this. They play with so much power that it does not have to be hard to feel it. Very under rated band by some. Would have been interesting if they had stayed together longer even though they had a good run. Would love to see them reunite. With that all being said this is a solid rock cd, although I do not have to tell the older fans that. Glad that I bought this cd.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Dydimos J. Thomas on January 10, 2014
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This is one of those rare events in rock history where everything is firing on all cylinders. I can think of a few in my catalog (Zeppelin IV/Physical Graffiti, Blood Sugar Sex Magic, Close to the Edge, 90125, KISS ALIVE!, RUSH & Moving Pictures, and The Cult Electric to name a few) that I consider every track a winner. Believe it or not Triumph: Never Surrender is one of those near-perfect moments.
I never understood why this album didn't propel Triumph into legendary status like some of their predecessors. Never Surrender was much better than anything released in 1983. This was a time of the burgeoning MTV: Howard Jones, Madonna, INXS, Thompson Twins, and "She Blinded Me with Science." Triumph dared to carry the torch of Rock & Roll into the 1980's, refusing to compromise their sound, but still managing to achieve recognition on MTV with "World of Fantasy." This album always held a special place for me as an oasis from the horrible soft-sounding, synth-age music of the time. For some reason, 30 years after its release, "Too Much Thinking" started running through my head and I had to go get a CD copy of it. Having rediscovered this album, I found that it is better than even I remembered the first time around. It is a CLASSIC! I hope the band is proud of their accomplishment on this record; it is very much appreciated, despite the moderate success.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Chrissie on June 18, 2013
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This is the best Triumph album, when all is said and done. Their albums previous to this were building up to this and the ones after it steadily became less interesting and were variations on the peaks of this album, the rousing emotions evoked on this album.

Unfortunately, Triumph seems mostly ignored these days. But this album is as good a representation of great Canadian rock and roll as any of the great Canadian bands, Rush included. "Never Surrender" is the one album that stands the test of time more than the others. If you want to start listening to Triumph, this is the main album by which they are represented.
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