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Surveillance

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Download links and information about Surveillance by Triumph. This album was released in 1989 and it belongs to Rock, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 45:25 minutes.

Artist: Triumph
Release date: 1989
Genre: Rock, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal
Tracks: 12
Duration: 45:25
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Prologue: Into the Forever 1:00
2. Never Say Never 3:38
3. Headed for Nowhere 6:08
4. All the King's Horses 1:46
5. Carry On the Flame 5:18
6. Let the Light (Shine On Me) 5:33
7. Long Time Gone 5:15
8. Rock You Down 4:01
9. Prelude: The Walking Dream 1:10
10. On and On 3:47
11. All Over Again 3:58
12. Running In the Night 3:51

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Triumph ended an amazing 11-year, nine-album run with 1987’s Surveillance: the trio’s final album of the '80s and their last before founding member Rik Emmett quit the band. “Never Say Never,” “Carry On the Flame,” and the prophetic “Headed for Nowhere” are immediately tougher, angrier, and more solid than anything on their previous album. The down and dirty “Rock You Down,” sung by drummer Gil Moore, is a throwback to Triumph's early years, when the roles in the band were more balanced. Yet by this point Emmett’s star was undeniably ascendant. He'd become a soaring vocalist almost on par with Steve Perry, but even Triumph’s biggest pop ballads had an edge that kept them connected to heavy metal culture in a way that Journey could never be. Propelled by an arsenal of sterling hooks and alighted by Emmett’s urgent vocals, “On and On,” “Long Time Gone,” and “Let the Light (Shine on Me)” are the final three epics of the band’s glory days.