Triumph (Remastered Expanded Version) The Jacksons
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- 1Can You Feel It05:59
- 2Lovely One04:50
- 3Your Ways04:31
- 5This Place Hotel (a.k.a. Heartbreak Hotel)05:44
- 6Time Waits For No One03:24
- 7Walk Right Now06:27
- 8Give It Up04:21
- 9Wondering Who04:17
- 10Can You Feel It (Jacksons X MLK Remix)07:35
- 11Can You Feel It (Island Remix)05:48
- 12Can You Feel It (Kirk Franklin Remix)05:52
- 13Can You Feel It (7" Version)03:51
- 14Lovely One (7" Version)03:45
- 15This Place Hotel (a.k.a. Heartbreak Hotel) (7" Version)04:49
- 16Walk Right Now (7" Version)04:25
- 17Walk Right Now (7" Version - John Luongo Special Remix)05:47
- 18Walk Right Now (12" Version - John Luongo Disco Mix)07:36
- 19Walk Right Now (12" Version - John Luongo Instrumental Mix)06:55
Info for Triumph (Remastered Expanded Version)
Newly remastered! 1980’s Triumph lived up to its title. Produced and written by the brothers, the album yielded four hit singles – three Dance chart-toppers (“Lovely One,” “Can You Feel It,” and “Walk Right Now”) as well as the irresistible R&B No. 2 smash “Heartbreak Hotel,” renamed “This Place Hotel.” All four songs reached the Pop and R&B charts with “Lovely One” notably peaking at No. 12 Pop/No. 2 R&B. Michael Jackson, hot off the success of Off the Wall, wrote or co-wrote all but three of the album’s tracks and took the lion’s share of the lead vocals, as well. The album shot to No. 1 on the R&B survey and No. 10 Pop, earning Platinum status by the end of 1980. In 2009, Triumph was reissued on CD with three bonus tracks: the single version of “This Place Hotel” and the John Luongo extended disco and instrumental mixes of “Walk Right Now.” Those three bonuses are joined by seven more on the upcoming reissue: three new remixes of “Can You Feel It;” single versions of “Can You Feel It,” “Lovely One,” and “Walk Right Now;” and Luongo’s 7″ remix of “Walk Right Now.”
Recorded and released in 1980, every song on the brothers’ fourth studio album for Epic, Triumph, was produced, arranged, written and composed by one or more of the Jacksons. Triumph peaked at #10 on the Billboard 200 while becoming the group’s first album to hit #1 on the Billboard R&B Albums chart since 1971. Triumph was certified RIAA Platinum in December 1980 and nominated for the Grammy Award for Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals in 1981.
"Released during the summer of 1980, just as the hits from Michael's Off the Wall were sliding off the charts, Triumph became the Jacksons' first Top Ten pop album since 1972's Lookin' Through the Windows. This despite the album-opening "Can You Feel It," promoted with a spectacle of a video that made the Jacksons into gigantic superheroes capable of transforming bridges into bendable rainbow tubing, stalling at number 77 on the Hot 100. It didn't make much of an impact on the R&B chart either, but then again, its supernatural anthemic stomp is more a fireworks program finale than something as small scale as a mere single. As on 1978's Destiny, the Jacksons wrote and produced the material, this time with keyboardist Greg Phillinganes bumped up to associate producer, and with an uptick in star backing -- including but not limited to Ronnie Foster, Phil Upchurch, Webster Lewis, Michael Boddicker, and Ollie Brown, as well as Triumph holdovers Michael Sembello, Thomas Washington, and Nathan Watts. The other singles, including "Lovely One" (very nearly "Don't Stop 'Til You Get Enough" reheated) and "This Place Hotel" (an elaborate six-minute affair, written and arranged by Michael, that could have easily swollen to greater length) propelled the album into sales greater than that of Destiny, and it's equally durable (and markedly slicker) all around." (Andy Kellman, AMG)
Michael Jackson, lead and backing vocals
Jackie Jackson, backing vocals, lead vocals (track 9)
Tito Jackson, guitar, backing vocals
Marlon Jackson, backing vocals, timpani (track 5), co-lead vocals (track 8)
Randy Jackson, percussion, backing vocals, co-lead vocals (track 1)
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