Top 10 Best Triumph Songs

Imagine yourself at the heart of a roaring crowd, electric guitar reverberating in your chest, lights flashing, and the unmistakable sound of Triumph blasting from the speakers. This Canadian rock band, featuring the remarkable talents of Rik Emmett, Mike Levine, and Gil Moore, certainly knew how to make a powerful statement with their music.

You might find yourself drawn to their classic hits or maybe it's the deeper cuts that truly resonate with you. There's no denying the band's powerful blend of hard rock, progressive elements, and blistering solos has left a lasting impression. From arena-rock anthems to intricate pieces that showcase their musicianship, Triumph's discography is filled with songs that have touched fans in profound ways.

Are you a fan of the soaring, inspirational anthem "Fight the Good Fight"? Or perhaps the hard-hitting, guitar-driven "Lay it on the Line" is more your speed. Maybe it's the complex structure and memorable melody of "Magic Power" that speaks to you. Triumph's catalogue is rich with choice, each song offering a distinct flavor of the band's unique sound.

What are the songs that you consider the best in Triumph's repertoire? Vote for the tracks that have moved you, pumped you up, or simply rocked your world.
The Top Ten
1 Lay It on the Line

The truth, honesty, something the world needs to re-learn. Don't waste my time if you choose to lie. Thank you Ric for telling it like it is. My #1 song.

There most well known song. Plus sick guitars drums and vocals. Definitely a classic rock staple!

Has the grind and the vocal that defines their edge. This brought them to the main stream.

2 Magic Power

Just great. Very nice. Why do I see meanings in so many mellow songs?! Something's at the end of our mind of the beauty of the song. We kinda don't know what it is. We are hoping that something good happens in the song but we don't know what will happen. Then when you hear the song with the lyrics everything's clear. The music tells you its meaning. It says the things we wanted to hear. He's young and wild now because he knows a meaning. he's free to just rock out. He got the magic power of the musical meaning of the song. His girlfriend climbs into bed, pulls the covers up so her boyfriend doesn't see what she's doing. She turns on her radio and hears the song. She had a bad day without this magic power and hopes the radio would play her favorite song (this song.) The music makes her feel better. She feels closer to her dream of that magic power. A little magic make the night better from her seeing the meaning. Then she's young, wild, and free to do a part of the song. We're thinking it over but can't sort out all the stuff in the song. We want someone to tell us what the song's all about. We're the ones who are sad and lonely without the power so we try to get it and reach for it's top. The music keeps the power going and the song will never stop. The worlds full of compromise. And the non stop red tape of the music notes. The power comes from the music meaning. The music is asking us to turn it on and turn up the song for getting the power. It's about two different people who got a power from understanding the meaning of music.

3 Hold On

He sings this song for the common man and for the people in dispair. he brings this song into the world and he sings it everywhere.

I love how he talks about how much value can be found in music. It's the greatest message in any triumph song. I heard this song on the radio and it instantly became my second favorite song ever (nothing can beat bohemian rhapsody)

This is one of the greatest songs of all time! Gotta be number 1!

I think this song and lay it on the line should switch places.

4 Fight the Good Fight

There Anthem!
I sing this almost everyday when going I am challenged. Gives me shivers sometimes. Great message, Just filling in words now so that I get the good message rating now.

Literally one of the best drum intros of all time. Gil Moore is a underrated drummer and had exceptional skill.

So many Triumph songs are about not giving up, always trying, and about doing the right thing. This song is awesome.

5 I Live for the Weekend
6 Rock 'N' Roll Machine

Love the guitar solos in the live versions... talent on loan from God...

7 Somebody's Out There

Great song from a three member band. I love the guitar and the key change might be the best part

8 Spellbound

Spellbound is definitely the best.

9 Tear the Roof Off
10 Follow Your Heart

Inspirational, uplifting, rocks out.

The Contenders
11 A World of Fantasy

My favorite Triumph song. Love the arrangement, and Emmett's vocals are great on this track. Fond memories of the video on MTV, too.

Should be better than 11th, and the album is Never Surrender.

12 Never Surrender

Really?
They have some other good songs - all of them at the top of the list -- Lay It On The Line, Fight The Good Fight, etc. But this one is the best. Come on people -- let's move it up the list!

13 Blinding Light Show

My favorite Triumph song and maybe in my top ten songs of all time.

This is a fantastic song! Seems to be forgotten!

14 Say Goodbye
15 Ordinary Man
16 I Can Survive

Magic Power is actually my favorite. This needs to be up the list. It is their most rocking song. This is what started Triumph for me.

17 Just a Game

Best song ever! Tells it like it is. Sometime life can feel like a game. Just lay it on the line.

18 Never Say Never

Very nice, and you can just feel the power in the video... I note that Mike keeps teasing fans by using this song title when asked about the possibility of another album...

That's not only number one, its one of my favourite songs.

19 The City
20 Play with the Fire
21 Tears In the Rain
22 When the Lights Go Down
23 Allied Forces

Easily Triumph's best tune. Very underrated.

24 Writing on the Wall

If I had a theme song, this would be it. It motivates, encourages, and gets me going. Triumph is full of life and energy.

25 Killing Time
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