Rock & Roll Machine (song)

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"Rock & Roll Machine"
Single by Triumph
from the album Rock & Roll Machine
B-side Bringing it on Home
Released 1977
Recorded 1977
Genre Hard rock, progressive rock, heavy metal, speed metal, glam rock, progressive metal, glam metal
Length 6:58
Label RCA
Writer(s) Gil Moore
Producer(s) Mike Levine
Triumph singles chronology
"Rock & Roll Machine'"
(1978)
"Rocky Mountain Way"
(1978)

"Rock & Roll Machine" is a 1977 song by hard rock band Triumph from their second album Rock & Roll Machine. The song was written by Gil Moore and had existed as part of Triumph's stage act as far back as 1975. Recorded live during the three-week sessions for the album, the song discusses a band, described as a machine, who destroys the audience with its speed, fury and intensity.

Though the song was written and sung by drummer/vocalist Gil Moore, it is noted for its lengthy guitar solo performed by Rik Emmett.

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