12 Songs, 47 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Following the massive success of 2001's Drops of Jupiter, Train re-teamed with producer Brendan O'Brien in the hopes of repeating it—and they did just that. With its enormous chorus and booming arrangements, "Calling All Angels" kicks things off with a bang; it was the album's biggest hit. "Save the Day" is a witty blue-collar love song, while the title track exhibits Train's signature move: passing off a country-pop tune as modern rock. On My Private Nation, Train complete the transformation from the bar band they started out as into the arena rockers they became.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Following the massive success of 2001's Drops of Jupiter, Train re-teamed with producer Brendan O'Brien in the hopes of repeating it—and they did just that. With its enormous chorus and booming arrangements, "Calling All Angels" kicks things off with a bang; it was the album's biggest hit. "Save the Day" is a witty blue-collar love song, while the title track exhibits Train's signature move: passing off a country-pop tune as modern rock. On My Private Nation, Train complete the transformation from the bar band they started out as into the arena rockers they became.

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