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Rock & Roll Machine

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Download links and information about Rock & Roll Machine by Triumph. This album was released in 1977 and it belongs to Rock, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal genres. It contains 8 tracks with total duration of 40:17 minutes.

Artist: Triumph
Release date: 1977
Genre: Rock, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal
Tracks: 8
Duration: 40:17
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Takes Time 3:49
2. Bringing It On Home 4:36
3. Little Texas Shaker 3:26
4. New York City Streets, Pt. 1 3:09
5. New York City Streets, Pt. 2 4:42
6. The City: War March / El Duende Agonizante / Minstrel's Lament 9:31
7. Rocky Mountain Way 4:06
8. Rock & Roll Machine 6:58

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Rock & Roll Machine was Triumph’s first classic album, offering an essence of hard rock circa 1977. While English punks were turning glam tunes into a political assault and prog bands were making bloated concept albums, Triumph revived the art of the clench-fisted riff, as perfected by prototypical hard rock bands like Free, Foghat, and ZZ Top. Their allegiance to a previous generation of riffmongers is revealed in a cover of Joe Walsh’s “Rocky Mountain Way,” delivered here in a wonderfully groaning interpretation. In the end, though, Rock & Roll Machine isn't simply a rehash of old motifs, nor is it part of the burgeoning metal culture led by Judas Priest. Songs like “Takes Time,” “Little Texas Shaker,” and “Rock & Roll Machine” are proudly neutral when it comes to subgenere classification. This hard rock trio delivered without stylization. Theirs is the sound of motorcycles, leather jackets, and broken bottles thrown on the floor of some roadside tavern. Even when they let their prog leanings show on the multipart epic “The City,” Triumph were all about rock 'n' roll fundamentals.