About this title: Although Train's singles got heavy rotation on "alternative" radio stations, there's nothing cutting-edge about Drops of Jupiter. Train is a classic rock wannabe band in the mold of Counting Crows. That's not always a bad thing. In fact, the best moments on Drops of Jupiter are the most blatant rip-offs. Does the hit title track remind you of Madman Across the Water-era Elton John? Well, it's no coincidence. Paul Buckmaster, who arranged the soaring strings on much of John's best work, reprises that role here, and session ...
Tracks on this album
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