Sunday, January 31, 2021

Triumph - Edge of Excess (1992)

Triumph - Edge of Excess (1992)

Tracklist front / back album covers rar torrent download

"Child of the City" – 5:03
"Troublemaker" – 4:06
"It's Over" – 4:21
"Edge of Excess" – 4:44
"Turn My Back on Love" – 4:06
"Riding High Again" – 4:55
"Black Sheep" – 5:25
"Boy's Night Out" – 5:19
"Somewhere Tonight" – 4:35
"Love in a Minute" – 4:45


Triumph Band Members
Gil Moore – lead vocals, drums, percussion
Michael Levine – bass, keyboards, synthesizers
Phil "X" Xenedis – guitar
Mladen - guitar and production



Edge of Excess is the 10th and most recent studio album by Canadian hard rock band Triumph, and the only one not to feature original guitarist and lead singer Rik Emmett who left the band in 1988, leaving Gil Moore as the sole lead vocalist. After a few years of inactivity, Moore and bassist Mike Levine recruited session guitarist Phil X to replace Emmett and released Edge of Excess in 1992. The song "Troublemaker" was featured in the 1992 movie Hellraiser III: Hell on Earth. Edge of Excess remains the band's most recent studio work to date.


 Triumph Band Members

Rik Emmett – guitar, lead and backing vocals, synthesizer, slide guitar, lap steel guitar, dobro, clavinet, music sequencer, bass, bass pedals (1975–88, 2008, 2019)

Mike Levine – bass, backing vocals, keyboards, synthesizer, organ, piano, clavinet, bass pedals (1975–93, 2008, 2019)

Gil Moore – drums, percussion, lead and backing vocals (1975–93, 2008, 2019)

Phil X – guitar, backing vocals (1992–93)


Former touring musicians

Rick Santers – guitar, keyboards, backing and lead vocals (1984–93)

Sebastian Bach – lead vocals (1993)

Dave Dunlop – guitar, backing vocals (2008, 2019)


Session musicians

Laurie Delgrande – keyboards on Triumph (1976); on Rock and Roll Machine (1977); on Just a Game (1979)

Mike Danna – keyboards on Rock and Roll Machine (1977); on Just a Game (1979)

Beau David – backing vocals on Rock and Roll Machine (1977); on Just a Game (1979)

Elaine Overholt – backing vocals on Rock and Roll Machine (1977); on Just a Game (1979); on Allied Forces (1981); on "Mind Games" and "Empty Inside" from Stages (1985)

Gord Waszek – backing vocals on Rock and Roll Machine (1977); on Just a Game (1979)

Colina Phillips – backing vocals on Rock and Roll Machine (1977); on Just a Game (1979)

Rosie Levine – backing vocals on Rock and Roll Machine (1977); on Just a Game (1979)

Lou Pomanti – synthesizer, keyboards, programming on Thunder Seven (1984); synthesizer, synthesizer programming, keyboards on The Sport of Kings (1986)

Al Rogers – backing vocals on Thunder Seven (1984)

Sandee Bathgate – backing vocals on Thunder Seven (1984)

Dave Dickson – backing vocals on Thunder Seven (1984)

Herb Moore – backing vocals on Thunder Seven (1984)

Andy Holland – backing vocals on Thunder Seven (1984)

Gary McCracken – drums on "Mind Games" from Stages (1985)

Rob Yale – keyboards on "Mind Games" and "Empty Inside" from Stages (1985)

Michael Boddicker (not to be confused with the major league baseball player Mike Boddicker) – synthesizer, keyboards, synthesizer programming on The Sport of Kings (1986)

Scott Humphrey – synthesizer, keyboards, synthesizer programming on The Sport of Kings (1986)

Johnny Rutledge – backing vocals on The Sport of Kings (1986)

David Blamires – backing vocals on The Sport of Kings (1986)

Neil Donell – backing vocals on The Sport of Kings (1986)

John Roberts – newscast on "Carry on the Flame" from Surveillance (1987)

Steve Morse – electric guitar on "Headed for Nowhere" and acoustic guitar on "All the King's Horses" from Surveillance (1987)

Dave Traczuk – synthesizer, keyboards, programming on Surveillance (1987)

Greg Loates – percussion, programming, effects on Surveillance (1987)

Hugh Cooper – sound effects on Surveillance (1987)

Joel Feeney – backing vocals on Surveillance (1987)

Joel Wade – backing vocals, chant, choir, chorus on Surveillance (1987)

Paul Henderson – backing vocals, chant, choir, chorus on Surveillance (1987)

Ross Munro – choir, chorus, chant on Surveillance (1987)

John Alexander – choir, chorus, chant on Surveillance (1987)

Noel Golden – choir, chorus, chant on Surveillance (1987)

Mladen – guitar on Edge of Excess (1992)


Triumph Band Full Discography

Triumph (1976)

Rock & Roll Machine (1977)

Just a Game (1979)

Progressions of Power (1980)

Allied Forces (1981)

Never Surrender (1982)

Thunder Seven (1984)

The Sport of Kings (1986)

Surveillance (1987)

Edge of Excess (1992)


Triumph was a Canadian hard rock band formed in 1975 that was popular in the late 1970s and the 1980s, building on its reputation and success as a live band. Between the band's 16 albums and DVDs, it has received 18 gold and nine platinum awards in Canada and the United States. It was nominated for multiple Juno Awards, including the 'Group of the Year Award' in 1979, 1985, 1986, and 1987. It was inducted into the Canadian Music Industry Hall of Fame in 2007, into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame in 2008, and into Canada's Walk of Fame in 2019.

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