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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.

Customer Reviews


This is my favorite album by train. Try listening to these: My Private Nation, Lincoln Avenue, and Your Every Color.

THE Most awesome album ive heard

Train blows away the world with this amazing album. "Calling all Angles" brings relaxation to the atmostphere. This album is worth a buy!


This album has been like a best friend to me for the past six years. You know, you may not talk to them every day, but theyre always there for you. Just like that. This is the most honest and raw albums I have heard, probably in my life. Great when you're feeling good, bad, in love, or mad. It truly encompasses "Your Every Color" :)


Formed: 1994 in San Francisco, CA

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Train were inescapable during the turn of the 21st century, when songs like "Calling All Angels" and "Drops of Jupiter" made the San Francisco residents some of America's most popular balladeers. Although formed during the glory days of post-grunge, the group found more success in the pop/rock world, where Train straddled the line between adult contemporary and family-friendly alternative rock. The hits began drying up after 2003, but Train continued releasing material throughout the rest of the...
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