«Thunder Seven» is an album by the Canadian hard rock band Triumph, released in November 1984. It was the band's seventh studio album. The second half of the album follows a concept based on various time-related themes. The album was certified gold in the US by the RIAA, with sales of over 500,000 copies, on April 21, 2003, almost nineteen years after its initial release.
"Follow Your Heart" was the band's highest charting single of the time, reaching #88 in both the UK and the US. "Spellbound" was also released as a single, though it didn't prove as successful, only charting in Canada and barely scraping the top 100.
Thunder Seven was the last Triumph album that did not feature any outside writers. All prior Triumph albums, with the exception of 1977's Rock and Roll Machine, were written entirely by the band members.
1. Spellbound (5:13) 2. Rock Out, Roll On (5:18) 3. Cool Down (4:51) 4. Follow Your Heart (3:29) 5. Time Goes By (6:02) 6. Midsummer's Daydream (Instrumental) (1:38) 7. Time Canon (1:32) 8. Killing Time (4:20) 9. Stranger In A Strange Land (5:16) 10. Little Boy Blues (Instrumental) (3:37)
Produced by Eddie Kramer & Triumph
Triumph - Thunder Seven (1984) [Japan 1st Press]
Rik Emmett - vocals, guitars, bass guitar, music sequencer, synthesizer, clavinet, bass pedals Gil Moore - drums, percussion, vocals Michael Levine - bass guitar, keyboards, synthesizers, organ, clavinet, bass pedals
Lou Pomanti - synthesizer, keyboards Al Rogers, Sandee Bathgate, Dave Dickson, Herb Moore, Andy Holland - background vocals