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Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock, Classic Rock
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All Artists: Train
Title: Train
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 17
Label: Sbme Special Mkts.
Release Date: 11/24/2008
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock, Classic Rock
Styles: Adult Alternative, Jam Bands, Rock Jam Bands
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 766923805220, 886973610220, 5099749628922


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To the beat of a different drummer
Rob Marus ( | 11/19/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This band can take you from an excellent high to an awesome low... great lyrics, good sounds.. all around they rock, they are great live, and this is a great cd to take on a road trip to get some space.. I recommend to any music fan."
San Francisco Does Something Right
Joe | 06/22/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

""Meet Virginia" is a good, traipsing pop rock song about a dying relationship. That said, everyone in the world has heard the song too much. Forget that song, there are 12 others on the disk. "I Am" is a powerful country-rock ballad about a man filled with self-doubt preparing to close a chapter of his life. No song in modern rock can equal the baggage this song carries with it. "If You Leave" is that cynical rock love song that makes people cringe or think. "Homesick" is another country rock ballad about coming home. A nice, pretty, harmless tune. Then "Free" comes, a rock song about loneliness and freedom. It is a special moment on the CD. All the songs are surpisingly stong though, especiall the first half of the album. "Blind" is a heart-rendering ballad about dying love. "Rat" is a great song for all the graduates out there. Train pulled off an eye-opening record. The songs are catchy, well-crafted, smart, and good. Oh yeah, the album cost $22,000 to make and it's platinum. At times the underproduction comes out a bit more raw and that much better. All in all, Train did the impossible, make a good rock record in the second half of the 1990s."
A melting pot of bluesy/folkish/alt. rock
Joe | 12/05/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This CD took a few listens, but each times I got farther and farther into the music. I've had this CD in my 5-CD shuffle since September, and still love it today. Here's a breakdown: Meet Virginia - believe it or not, the one song you can get sick of - but great fun to listen to I Am - Very energetic, will put you in a good, mellow mood If You Leave - Very easy to relate to, great fast alt.rock music Homesick - Slower, more mellow music with small-town remiscent lyrics Free - Pure, bonafide fun to listen to, medium tempo that speeds up and slows down to accomodate any mood Blind - A gorgeous slower song that is in my top 10 prettiest ever Eggplant - Great love song that is less about sex, more about the worship part of relationships than what you generally hear Idaho - More rock than any song on here, different theme than anything i've heard before except maybe Tori Amos' "China" (who else personifies a state/country?) Days - Gentle song to listen to for a mellow mood or to sleep to Rat - Great entertaining music, lyrics can be a bit lacking a times but an overall pretty good song Swaying - Another more bluesy slow song And there's two hidden tracks which add to the CD. The vocalists voice adds to the beauty of the CD, which might be less than satisfactory without him. Definately worth the money, and give it time to get used to it!"