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Train frontman, Patrick Monahan stated, talking about the early years of the post-grunge, alternative rock band that formed in San Francisco during the mid-90's and continues to find some measure of success almost 15 years later.


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Train Songs List:

Song Album Released Listen
Drops Of Jupiter Drops Of Jupiter 2001
Marry Me [*][First Dance Remix] Save Me, San Francisco [Golden Gate Edition] 2009
Drive By Drive By 2012
Only You Only You 2010
Cab For Me, It's You 2006
train - Dream On
50 Ways To Say Goodbye California 37 2012
Train - Hey Soul Sister Lyrics
Shake Up Christmas [*] Save Me, San Francisco [Golden Gate Edition] 2009
Getaway Drops Of Jupiter 2001
Always Remember For Me, It's You 2006
Mississippi Drops Of Jupiter 2001
Train - "If It's Love" Bilboard Charts Pop Songs September 2010 2010
Hopeless Drops Of Jupiter 2001
This'll Be My Year California 37 2012
Train - Hey, Soul Sister Save Me, San Francisco 2009
Mermaid California 37 2012
Something More Drops Of Jupiter 2001
I'm About To Come Alive My Private Nation 2003
Train - Marry Me Save Me, San Francisco 2000
Marry Me Save Me, San Francisco 2009
Train - Drive by Drive By 2011
Let It Roll Drops Of Jupiter 2001
Bruises California 37 2012
Homesick Train 1998
Train Train 1998
To Be Loved Abduction - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack 2011
I Am Train 1998
This Ain't Goodbye Save Me, San Francisco 2009
You Can Finally Meet My Mom California 37 2012
Heavy Train 1998
She's On Fire Drops Of Jupiter 2001
New Sensation Alive At Last 2004
Breakfast In Bed Save Me, San Francisco 2009
Sweet Rain Alive At Last 2004
Rat Train 1998
Sing Together California 37 2012
If It's Love- Train [Lyrics] 2010
The Finish Line The Finish Line 2010
All American Girl My Private Nation 2003
California 37 California 37 2012
Idaho Train 1998
Give Myself To You For Me, It's You 2006
Swaying Train 1998
My Private Nation My Private Nation 2003
It's Love Drops of Jupiter 2001
It's About You Drops Of Jupiter 2001
Feels Good At First Feels Good At First 2012
Blind Train 1998
Your Every Color My Private Nation 2003


Train


“Those were the best times of our lives – even though we didn't know it – living in San Francisco and struggling to make a band work."


Train frontman, Patrick Monahan stated, talking about the early years of the post-grunge, alternative rock band that formed in San Francisco during the mid-90's and continues to find some measure of success almost 15 years later.


The Lean Years


The group Train formed after Pat Monahan left Erie, PA in 1993, headed to warm, sunny California. When he arrived he met Rob Hotchkiss, formerly of the group Apostle. The two hit it off and began playing as a duo on the San Francisco coffeehouse scene. Eventually they added guitarist Jim Stafford, drummer Scott Underwood, and bassist Charlie Colin. During the next few years they built up quite a fan base in the Bay area. In addition, they were often the opening act for groups such as Counting Crows and Barenaked Ladies.


While playing smaller arenas and opening for more well-known groups the members of  Train were scrimping and saving and building up enough money to record their first album. Very few labels gave the group a second look but, Columbia Records finally took a chance on them, signing them to one of their small labels, Aware Records. Soon after they released the self-funded, self-titled album, Train (1998). Their first single, Meet Virginia, hit the top 40 the next year.


Soaring into Space


The group's breakout hit, however, was Drops of Jupiter, released in 2001.  The title cut from this project helped it reach multi-platinum certification. The single spent almost 40 weeks in the Top 40 and sent sales of the album above the three million mark. Along with the commercial success of the single came two Grammy Awards, Best Rock Song and Best Arrangement. The boys from San Francisco had finally arrived!


Again in 2003 the group scored a hit with the certified platinum, My Private Nation. This album's success was due, in large part, to the success of the first single, Calling All Angels. This album's success on the adult contemporary charts signified the movement of Train from a post-grunge, semi-alternative, group to a more versatile group with a broader, and somewhat older fan base.


In 2006 the group's success waned with the unsuccessful release of their fourth album, For Me, It's You. This release garnered the lowest album sales the group had seen throughout its entire career. As a result of this disappointment and a desire to spend more time with their families, the band went on a three-year hiatus, allowing Patrick Monahan to break away from the group for a while, releasing a solo album in 2007.


When the group came back from hiatus they were a bit of a different creature, becoming a trio consisting of Pat Monahan, Scott Underwood, and Jim Stafford.  They released their fifth album, Save Me, San Francisco, in 2009. This album takes the group back to it's rock roots, bringing them together as a unified group and paying tribute to the city that took a chance on them, all while chronicling the band's journey in song. The hit single from this album, Hey, Soul Sister seems to have revived the group's fan base, hitting #7 on the Billboard 100 and helping the album break into the Top 20. Much of the success of this single came from a surge in mp3 music downloads of the song.  


Did You Know....


  1. Train recorded one of their albums at the famed Abbey Road Studio where the Beatles recorded most of their hit songs.

  2. Monahan and Hotchkiss met through their wives.

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