I can't decide if Allied Forces or Thunder Seven are my favorite Triumph records, but I do know that after hearing Magic Power, I was hooked and still am 20 years later. Rik Emmit was such a powerful rock player but had a real feel for more classical and acoustic playing. Mike Levine was a very solid bassist and Gil Moore not only was a great drummer but a really good singer. I saw them in 1986 in Philly and they were just amazing, one of the best shows I've ever seen. Every song on this record is great, Allied Forces, Magic Power, Ordinary Man, Hot time, and the anthem Fight the Good Fight rock with a passion that was missing from most of the hair metal rubbish of the early 1980's. This band had real talent and wrote intelligent, thoughtful hard rock songs, period. If you're feeling down put on Magic Power or Fight the Good Fight and I guarantee you'll feel a whole lot better. So turn it on and turn it up. I've got the magic power of the music in me. Rock on Gil, Rik and Mike, wherever you are.