Drops of Jupiter
 
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Drops of Jupiter


Sony Music
~Train
Audio CD
5-15d Expected stock arrival within 5-15 days.

US$8.99

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Sony Music
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Audio CD
5-15d Expected stock arrival within 5-15 days
Price
US$8.99

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Official Release Date  Mar 27, 2001
Artist  Train
Genre  Pop
Version  US
PAX-Code PAX0005493448
Item Code  0074646988824

track listing

1. She's On Fire2. I Wish You Would3. Drops Of Jupiter4. It's About You5. Hopeless6. Respect7. Let It Roll8. Something More9. Whipping Boy10. Get Away11. Mississippi

description

2001 release. In 1999, Train came out of nowhere with the single "Meet Virginia" and soon after found themselves the proverbial overnight success. The San Francisco band with a penchant for the Southern jam could very easily be one of those acts that fade from memory after a lone hit. But the follow-up Drops of Jupiter makes that misfortune highly unlikely. The band employs tools of the roots-rock trade--mandolin, harmonica, bongos, and crisp acoustic guitar--to evoke that sort of "everything's gonna be all right" sentiment common in so many great pop rock songs. But this isn't a band that relies solely on its precursors for inspiration. These accomplished musicians never overplay, and understand the value of a well-placed synthesized accent or guitar effect. On tracks like "I Wish You Would," they command a plugged-in assertion that lends an inspiring jolt to their acoustic instrumentation. The title track is the album's epicenter. With swelling strings and chorded piano melody, the song sounds as if it were lifted from some lost tapes of Elton John's Madman Across the Water. It sweeps you up in an irresistible top-of-the-lungs sing-along and becomes the reference point for the rest of the album. Radio-friendly rock bands these days tend to be virtually indistinguishable from one another, but Train breaks from the crowd, charging full steam ahead.

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