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Sport of Kings
Triumph
Sport of Kings
Genres: Rock, Classic Rock, Metal
 
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This record has been beautifully remastered from the original analog mixes using the latest 24-bit digital technology, as part of the Triumph "Millennium Remastered Series". Approaching Gold status, "The Sport Of Kings" (o...  more »

      
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All Artists: Triumph
Title: Sport of Kings
Members Wishing: 3
Total Copies: 0
Label: Mca
Release Date: 10/25/1990
Genres: Rock, Classic Rock, Metal
Styles: Progressive, Progressive Rock, Album-Oriented Rock (AOR), Hard Rock
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 076732578629

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This record has been beautifully remastered from the original analog mixes using the latest 24-bit digital technology, as part of the Triumph "Millennium Remastered Series". Approaching Gold status, "The Sport Of Kings" (originally released in 1986) features the hits "Somebody's Out There" and "Just One Night".

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Bittersweet Triumph - The Beginning of the End
Confuszius | USA | 01/02/2007
(2 out of 5 stars)

"While Triumph is often underrated because they were so borderline generic, they really knew how to put together some great rock riffs and to moderate their cheesiness on several of their great albums, such as Just A Game, and Allied Forces. Rik Emmett definitely was a source of redemption throughout the band's journey with his virtuoso guitar work. On this album they forget about all of that and try to join the arena rock sound of Journey/Foreigner/Boston by really laying on the keyboard and writing lyrics for the masses. Most of the album is so sweet, it is sickening. However, there are a few gems:

- Somebody's Out There - While heavy on the keyboards, the singing is fantastic and the lyrics are warm hearted without being over the top.

- If Only - Nice mix of soaring guitars, keyboards, and more genuine lyrics.

- Play with the Fire - The only good rocker on here...classic Emmett guitar work.

- Runner ups: Tears in the Rain and Embrujo (instrumental)

If you don't enjoy keyboards and 80's Arena sound at all, don't buy this. If it is more your thing, you may enjoy this album more than I did. If you can tolerate some of it, and are a Triumph fan, you may check it out for fun."
This is one of the best TRIUMPH albums ever made.
L. Hill | VIRGINIA U.S.A. | 06/12/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Yes, this is one of the very best TRIUMPH albums. I have listened to all of the releases by TRIUMPH, and "The Sport Of Kings" is strong both lyrically, as well as in the overall strength of the music. This album has some of the best drum tracks and guitar licks that TRIUMPH has ever recorded. As for the reviewers who want to try and defile the quality and character of this album, I think they should have another toke, and put on their Good Charlotte & Nickleback songs. Then they can fill their ears with something more liken to their own intellect, because the music of TRIUMPH is just too intelligent for their limited comprehension. For all other Rock music lovers & fans of TRIUMPH, this is an album that is definately worth your time. I think it is worth your money, to add it to your music collection. 5 stars & much respect to TRIUMPH."