Far from their best
If you liked Bulletproof Picasso then you'll like this. Sadly for the Train fans of old this album continues the slide to mediocrity, venturing ever further away from their roots.
Working Girl is the closest they get to that "real" Train sound and You Better Believe also stands out. The less said about Loverman the better.
So disappointing for true Train fans
So disappointing. I have seen Train twice...and this isn't what I believe as Train. Where is Jimmy, Scott and the rest? Defected I believe because of the appalling commercial, artistic and financial path taken by 'new Train'. I am a fan and have loved them for years...even touched our pitch perfect Pat (O2 at Birmingham) but I am afraid, as a early Train fan, this is not my scene and I feel I need to wave goodbye to a chapter I loved. Sorry, can't bear it! 😳
I love this album. my faves 'play that song' and 'Valentine' is absolutely amazing. I love.
I love Train but their albums going downhill since 'Save Me'. I have listened to this album for a week travelling to work and it's just not happening for me. There is not one song that I like all the way through on it. With limited space on the iPod it's very difficult to justify not deleting it.
where's the magic gone ?
Oh dear its ok to try a little bit different, but this is too much! its just cheap pop rubbish, very disappointing ! not a patch on previous albums .Wont be buyingthis im afraid. so sad!
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Pretty lit if you ask me
Not their best album but could see 4 or 5 being mainstays in a train playlist. Catching my tunes, and string lyrics - how do they continue to do it. Play That Song, Valentine, The News & Drink Up are stand out so far!
Never fail to improve and amaze...
By Ollie mason.
Train are something else! Every album keeps getting better, I hope this album gets the limelight it deserves!! Amazing.
What has happened to this once good band?
My goodness what has happened to this band, they have lost the plot completely nothing like the earlier rock albums.
This is pure pop drivel with no redeeming songs whatsoever. This is what comes of chasing the yankee dollar, all integrity as an artist is thrown out.
Sorry you can keep it!
Some good tunes....
....but they've moved too far away from the catchy pop/rock anthems of their earlier stuff with this album. I love the reimagining into "Play that song" and "Valentine" is nice but there is just too much R&B/dance influence for my liking on a lot of the other tracks.