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Triumph - A Night of Triumph Live


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Product Details

  • Actors: Triumph, Rik Emmett
  • Format: Color, Dolby, DTS Surround Sound, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Tml Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: March 23, 2004
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (38 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0001GWBGE
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #59,807 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

Special Features

  • Tracks: Tears in the Rain, Somebody's Out There, Allied Forces, Lay It on the Line, Midsummer's Daydream, Follow Your Heart, Take a Stand, Magic Power, Rock n' Roll Machine, Spellbound, Rocky Mountain Way, Fight the Good Fight
  • Bonus videos: Just One Night, When the Lights Go Down
  • Backstage at the Spectrum
  • Photo gallery
  • 5.1 tutorial

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Triumph, capture live at their electrifying best during their final and most spectacular tour in 1987. The original audio tracks have been remixed in Dolby Digital and DTS 5.1 Surround Sound, redefining the DVD concert experience. Also includes two bonu

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The Canadian power trio Triumph may have faded from the memories of disparaging critics, but A Night of Triumph Live offers ample proof that this underrated band could rock as well as any of their longer-lasting contemporaries. A sold-out crowd of 10,000 loyal fans already knew that when this exceptionally well-recorded concert was videotaped at the Metro Centre Arena in Halifax, Nova Scotia, on January 16, 1987. Twelve years into its history, six years after the breakthrough success of its Allied Forces LP, and just a year before breaking up, the band (lead guitarist/vocalist Rik Emmett, drummer/vocalist Gil Moore, and bassist/keyboardist Mike Levine, with guest bandmate Rick Santer providing backup keyboards and vocals) was heavily touring to support their 1986 release The Sport of Kings, and they're in peak form with a dazzling pyrotechnical stage show that readily matches their versatile musicianship. The sheer megawattage of their stage lighting is quintessential '80s excess (or what Moore referred to as NGF, or "Net Gasp Factor"), but it never overpowers the music itself. Even casual fans will agree that the radio hit "Magic Power" has enduring appeal; if you were a teenage fan during Triumph's prime in the mid-'80s, the song's positive vibe may yet stir your soul. Better yet, the 82-minute gig--with all bandmates giving stellar performances--has been brilliantly remastered in three audio options, and the 5.1-channel mixes (DTS and Dolby Digital) are nothing short of spectacular. Triumph may be gone (Emmett departed in 1988, and the band never really recovered), but this impressive DVD ensures that they will most certainly not be forgotten. --Jeff Shannon

Customer Reviews

Great sound and video.
Rocker Geeb
Great stage show, musicianship at its best, love Rik Emmitt's playing, and the set list covers the beginning to, at that time, current Triumph.
golfer01
Couldn't wait to get this package open in order to listen to them again!
Jimmy C.

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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Mike Reed VINE VOICE on January 1, 2005
Format: DVD
'A Night Of Triumph Live' was taped at the Metro Centre in Halifax, Nova Scotia on January 16, 1987. I remember seeing this very tour something like three months prior to this gig. One thing I'll always miss from the '80's is seeing a live Triumph show every other year or so. Let's face it, this Canadian trio has never been anything less than an all-out incredible rock & roll show, specially when experienced live. The tour this show comes from was on the road to support their 'The Sport Of Kings' album. Every track from this eighty-two minute concert shines, but the songs that stick in the back of my mind are "Allied Forces", their signature tune "Lay It On The Line", "Take A Stand", their anthem-like "Rock N' Roll Machine", Joe Walsh's cover "Rocky Mountain Way" and "Fight The Good Fight". Plus there are two videos I remember seeing on Mtv or some cable music show. The band, at least on THIS tour had four musicians. Rik Emmett - guitar & vocals, Mike Levine - bass & vocals, Gil Moore - drums & vocals along with new touring recruit, guitarist Rick Santer. Sure wish Triumph would reunite. Come on,guys. Sabbath did, even Judas Priest did after fifteen years. Maiden took Bruce Dickenson back. A fun DVD to check out.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By A. J Velarde on March 14, 2006
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Triumph was one of those bands that were so underrated but they had a lot of talent. Since there aren't many concert footage out there this DVD is a must for every Triumph fan. Somewhat I like this one better than the "US Concert", don't mind the editing, the sound is great and the footage is well...an 80's concert which seem with today's standards is "cheesy" but back then was excellent. I think you need to judge a concert by it's meaning when it was originally played not by today's standard, so don't mind those critics who tell you about the clothes or the hair...Triumph is all about rock n' roll and this DVD delivers.

The extras are okay too. You won't be dissapointed.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Ken Pierce on January 19, 2005
Format: DVD
In the event you never realized it. Canada not only provided us with the Masters Of Prog Rock RUSH, but they are also at the fore of bringing us the music of Triumph. This amazing three-piece group ended their career far too early if you ask me. There was never a farewell or retirement tour of any kind. Such things were not as common place as they are today. One day they were very simply gone. The music of Triumph leaned more to the hard rock/metal side at times more so than that of progressive bands. The songs were almost always very easy to appreciate and they did get a sufficient amount of airplay as in their heyday. I remembered that classic rock stations would play more of this type of music than one would expect to hear today. This DVD entitled "A Night Of Triumph" showcases one of the bands last albums in performance before their seemed retirement. That album and tour was for the "Sport Of Kings" record.

I will admit there is not much more to see during this than the concert itself, but this is still good considering the limited amount of this sort of product from the group. Besides this DVD, I only know of one more piece entitled "Live At The US Festival". This was released in 2003. It does however give you a great concert, for they were such a great band live. I was lucky enough to see them during the biggest tours they had with "Thunder Seven" and "Sport Of Kings".

There were one or two minor critiques I had about the piece. This was the album were Triumph employed the use of keyboards in their music quite a bit. It was an odd thing for their core audience as this led to less gritty and more commercial sounding material. It does include all of the bands hits and among them are some of the fan favorites to this day.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Paul B. Dufour on November 6, 2004
Format: DVD
Yes there is alot of cheesy "rock and roll" talk from Mike and Gil, yes there are too many crowd shots, yes their wardrobes are 80's atrocious, yes there is alot of feathered hair (it was the 80's after all), yes Gil's vocals seem heavily overdubbed and he is not a good drummer...his drum solo is painful to watch/hear. But! This DVD is well worth it to hear Rik Emmett sing and play guitar. The overall sound quality of this is pretty much perfect. You can hear every instrument clearly and it packs alot of punch. Rik's vocals are crystal clear up to the highest possible notes and perfectly in tune. Amazing. His guitar playing is top notch and his songs are what made Triumph what it was. I watch/listen to "Lay it on the Line", "Magic Power" and "Fight the good fight" over and over. "Follow your heart" and "Spellbound" are great too. This is one of the best sounding live discs I have heard...I was stunned the first time I played it. They did a great job remixing it. If you like Triumph this is a worthy purchase.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By music guy on September 8, 2006
Format: DVD
I have watched it twice now, and the sound quality, video quality, songs, the performances, the clothes and light effects all are superb to me! Unlike some of the reviewers I don't find fault with anything here! Who cares what they say about the clothes and hair; I prefer the style groups had back then as well as the music they made. REAL MUSIC. I can't say much about what's around today. This DVD comes highly recommended.
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