Ten On Ten (Redux) – Triumphant Quartet

integrity2002smokymountainhymnsmaxThis week the ten on ten (redux) will re-visit Triumphant Quartet. On February 14th, 2012, I presented the original ten on ten feature for Triumphant highlighting the group’s ten best albums. Since that time, the group released Hymns Collection (2012), The High, The Low & Everything In Between (2012), The Greatest Story (2013), Awesome God (2014), Living In Harmony (2015) and Acoustic (2015).  One of these albums had enough to change the original top ten list of the group’s ten best albums.  This redux feature will also shine the spotlight on the three lowest ranking albums of the group’s career thus far.  First, the original list highlighting Triumphant Quartet’s ten best recordings.

  1. Love Came Calling (2010)
  2. Triumphant (2005)
  3. Intermission (2008)
  4. Everyday (2009)
  5. You Gotta Love It (2007)
  6. Songs From The Heart (2011)
  7. Southern Gospel – Quartet Style (2002)
  8. Home Free (2004)
  9. Lyric & Melody (2009)
  10. You Better Hurry Up (2005)

triumphant2012hymnscollectionmax**NEW TOP TEN LIST:

  1. Love Came Calling (2010)
  2. Triumphant (2005)
  3. Intermission (2008)
  4. Everyday (2009)
  5. You Gotta Love It (2007)
  6. Living In Harmony (2015)**
  7. Songs From The Heart (2011)
  8. Southern Gospel – Quartet Style (2002)
  9. Home Free (2004)
  10. Lyric & Melody (2009)

The lowest ranked albums in Triumphant’s discography are as follows:

  1. Smoky Mountain Hymns (2002)
  2. Live From 5 (2006)
  3. Hymns Collection (2012)
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3 thoughts on “Ten On Ten (Redux) – Triumphant Quartet

  1. Sorry for asking, I am not aware of this tidbit of SG culture…I only interested in few groups, sounds, so in comparison to you I have very little knowledge, but what is “Integrity Quartet”? Is it a name of an actual group or the Triumphant Quartet advertising their own highly inflated view of themselves? 😉

    1. Integrity Quartet was the original name of the group when they started in 2002. There happened to be a music company that had already trademarked Integrity and asked the group to stop using the name. As a result, they decided to change it to Triumphant Quartet in 2004.

      1. Amen! 😉 who needs integrity when you can be triumphant. That’s very SG.
        On a serious note, thanks for the explanation, Steve

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