Follow Your Heart (song)

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This is about the Triumph song. For other uses see Follow Your Heart (disambiguation)
"Follow Your Heart"
Single by Triumph
from the album Thunder Seven
B-side "Stranger in a Strange Land"
Released December 8, 1984 (1984-12-08)
Format 7" 45 RPM
Recorded April–November, 1984
Genre Hard rock
Length 3:27
Label MCA
Writer(s) Gil Moore, Mike Levine, Rik Emmett
Producer(s) Eddie Kramer, Triumph
Triumph singles chronology
"Spellbound"
(1984)
"Follow Your Heart"
(1984)
"Killing Time"
(1984)

"Follow Your Heart" is a hard rock song and the fourth track from Triumph's 1984 album Thunder Seven. It reached number 35 on the Canada pop chart; number 88 in the U.S.

The video that was shot to accompany the single was filmed live at the Providence Civic Center in Rhode Island. During the concert, the band announced they would be filming a video after the concert and the audience were free to stay around.

Personnel[edit]

Production[edit]

  • Eddie Kramer – producer, mixer
  • Ed Stone – engineer
  • Hugh Cooper – mixing
  • Noel Golden – assistant engineer
  • Yoshiro Kuzumaki – mastering

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