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Triumph - "Fight the Good Fight"


Triumph Fight the Good Fight

Release Type: User
Audio Type: Single-track
Reductions: Yes (Authored)
Pitched Vocals: Yes
Vocals Gender: Male (1)

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Drums:
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Author Notes

Co-Authored by ejthedj, jksrb, Spindoctor, grubextrapolate, and MrPrezident.
 
 
We dedicate this custom to Shane Robert Graham, who fought the good fight.  He is gone from our arms but his memory will be held forever in our hearts. 
 
 
"Don't cry for me now I'm gone
For I am in the land of song
There is no pain, there is no fear
So dry away that silent tear"
 
 
-A Silent Tear, Author Unknown



10 Comments

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MrPrezident
July 1, 2020

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Slow Pick
July 1, 2020

Right on, Thank You very much!

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Spindoctor
July 1, 2020

Thanks to all who pitched in to make this.

 

Rest in Peace 

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IaSg14
July 1, 2020

Man, this guitar chart looks great! Loving the chord sequences and use of HOPOs in the intro, main riff and pre-solo bridge; can't wait to play it!
If I might offer some constructive criticism, I noticed there's a section in the outro guitar chart that seems a little overcharted (timestamp 6:12 and repeating throughout the fade out). It sounds like four descending notes followed by three quick notes and two other descending notes before going right back into start of the lead outro riff. It's charted as three quick notes and a R-Y trill before ending on a green, which doesn't seem right.
It's a very minor issue in what is otherwise a fantastic looking chart and I'm glad someone finally tackled this classic Triumph anthem full band! If only there was some kind of sentiment I could end this with that means keep on going or keep doing what you're doing......

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jerrylive365
July 1, 2020

Thank you!!!

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MrPrezident
July 1, 2020

Man, this guitar chart looks great! Loving the chord sequences and use of HOPOs in the intro, main riff and pre-solo bridge; can't wait to play it!
If I might offer some constructive criticism, I noticed there's a section in the outro guitar chart that seems a little overcharted (timestamp 6:12 and repeating throughout the fade out). It sounds like four descending notes followed by three quick notes and two other descending notes before going right back into start of the lead outro riff. It's charted as three quick notes and a R-Y trill before ending on a green, which doesn't seem right.
It's a very minor issue in what is otherwise a fantastic looking chart and I'm glad someone finally tackled this classic Triumph anthem full band! If only there was some kind of sentiment I could end this with that means keep on going or keep doing what you're doing......

 

I will be happy to take a look and make an adjustment, thank you for the very helpful feedback.  Ejthedj was the talented author who created that chart, and I completely agree, she's a real beauty.

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manbeek
July 1, 2020

It's funny but in 1981 this did not sound like Zeppelin but from this perspective you sure can hear the influences now.  I'd love to see Greta Van Fleet doing a cover of this

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IaSg14
July 1, 2020

No problem MrPrezident, happy to help!
If we go even further with manbeek's comment, Triumph have often been compared to Rush and if you listen to Rush's debut album, that's VERY Led Zeppelin-y! I'm hoping Greta follow in Rush's footsteps and use their gifted musical talents to create their own style with a Led Zeppelin influence.

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myfix
July 1, 2020

Thank you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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rubydanger
July 2, 2020

Bout time this song was in the DB!!  Great job all