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Both of the last two albums by San Francisco's Train have been enthralling examples of how rock and roll should be in the new millennium. Memorable tracks, including great rockers mixed with some powerful, often string laden ballads, including the unforgettable 'Drops Of Jupiter' from the album of the same name, mixed with a little Southern comfort. Country-esque guitars, combined with a satisfying sense of great pop and Pat Monahan's vocals, perhaps one of the best vocalists in the US right now, make for music that is enjoyable and certainly unforgettable. Unfortunately, it's the same old story with Britain. Our problem is we don't seem to be able to accept good music anymore. A country once the kings of the musical world, ruled by rock and roll, by the likes of the Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin and of course The Beatles, is now over-ruled by simple, and I have to say, dismal pop music. It's depressing to say the least.
Now with Train's third album to date being released, they're taking another stab at us, as their beloved America is already smiling upon them. So let's go back a few years...
Many say throughout their second album, 'Drops Of Jupiter' released in 2001, they were at their most consistent, and sounded the best they ever have. Not strictly true. Train have always had this much-desired ability to write fine, memorable music. Take opener, 'Meet Virginia', it's playful, has a superb soaring chorus, and the lyrics are a fine example of 'Boy wants Girl', and it is memorable.Read more ›
For you people who have indeed listened (and been blown away by) drops of jupiter you should prepare yourself because this self-titled debut album is in my opinion better than the later!
The sound of train can be mainly distinguished from the talents of trumpeteer/saxophonist/vocalist Pat Monahan. His voice on this album really is something to behold!
The guitaring also is of an extremely high standard. There is a much more acoustic feel to this album and there's not one bad song on the album.
The highlight tracks of the album in my opinion are homesick, free, rat and swaying, his voice in homesick and free is particulary immense.
I strongly reccommend this to anyone who has drops of jupiter and those who are thinking of buying it.
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EARLY ALBUM-HEARD THIS AFTER RECENT TOUR WHICH HAD SONGS FROM THEIR PREVIOUS 3 ALBUMS-THIS ONE IS OK BEFORE THEY WENT MEGAPublished 17 months ago by steve jones