Arriving at the twilight of the post-grunge era, Train managed to simultaneously exist squarely at the center of American mainstream rock while not belonging to any particular trend. Despite the hard rock background of lead singer Pat Monahan, the San Francisco-based combo never sounded particularly heavy. Instead, they tapped into the sturdy sounds of classic rock, an aesthetic epitomized by their breakthrough "Drops of Jupiter." That 2001 international smash gave Train a career, but the group turned into superstars in 2009 when the breezy "Hey, Soul Sister" established the combo as adult contemporary superstars. Certified as sextuple platinum, "Hey, Soul Sister" was a sunny, nostalgic number that illustrated how Train was quintessentially Californian: they were transplants drawn to the West Coast, besotted by the sounds and sights of ...
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Album Discography

Year Album Label AllMusic Rating User Ratings
Train 1998 Train Aware Records
 
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Drops of Jupiter 2001 Drops of Jupiter Columbia / Sony BMG
 
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My Private Nation 2003 My Private Nation Columbia / Sony Music Distribution
 
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Live in Atlanta 2003 Live in Atlanta Sony Music Distribution
 
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Alive at Last 2004 Alive at Last Columbia
 
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For Me, It's You 2006 For Me, It's You Columbia
 
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Save Me, San Francisco 2009 Save Me, San Francisco Columbia
 
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iTunes Session 2010 iTunes Session
 
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California 37 2012 California 37 Columbia
 
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Bulletproof Picasso 2014 Bulletproof Picasso Columbia
 
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Christmas in Tahoe 2015 Christmas in Tahoe INgrooves / Sunken Forest / Universal Music
 
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Does Led Zeppelin II 2016 Does Led Zeppelin II Atlantic / Crush Music / Elektra / Warner Music
 
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a girl a bottle a boat 2017 a girl a bottle a boat Columbia
 
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