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Drops Of Jupiter

March 27, 2001 | Format: MP3

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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: February 19, 2001
  • Release Date: February 19, 2001
  • Label: Columbia
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  • Total Length: 47:55
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  • ASIN: B00136NWPU
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (312 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #12,929 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

Customer Reviews

The lyrics are just great and the music is beautiful.
McFairyland
It says, "if you own and still listen to music produced in the 80's, there's a good chance you will like this." And I do.
D. Austin
Yes, the title song is a great one and one of my favorites and that was the song that I bought this CD for.
M. Miller

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

79 of 85 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 15, 2001
Format: Audio CD
That's one of the awards Train is up for at the VH1 Music Awards in December; and I completely agree. I saw Train nearly 3 years ago in a tiny little hole-in-the-wall bar in Columbus, OH...and that was only because a friend MADE me go. There were maybe 10 people there. Yet from that moment on, I was hooked. Their stage energy, ability to "draw the crowd in," and genuine musical talent captivated me. As a music major myself, I'm really picky about who I listen to. They passed the test with flying colors. Pat has one of those voices that will be remembered for generations.
The past few reviews have discussed the "switch-over" to pop that this album had. But what is pop nowadays? Would you consider Britney Spears, Train, and Weezer all in the same category just because their music is sold under the "pop-rock" section? Music, to me, doesn't really fall under a category. This CD is TRAIN...they went into the studio, recorded until their voices left them and until their fingers were bleeding. They put their heart and soul into this album, and the finished product is absolutely amazing. Each song is different, yet they all tie together like a fascinating novel with interlocking chapters. You have to listen to all of them to get the true meaning of the ending.
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35 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Michael Ray on March 29, 2001
Format: Audio CD
If you enjoyed Train's self-titled debut, you are going to love their sophomore effort! This album has more musical depth and layers than did the predecessor, but continues with the same strong emotion and longing tone. Pat Monahan's passionate and soulful voice once again brings the heart to the band's mix of southern rock; I love his careful interpretation of each song, and his strong connection with the music underneath him. The textured sound on the disc is due to the use of a variety of cool instruments, ranging from a mandolin (yes, thankfully Stafford once again brings the mandolin to rock and roll helping to capture the Train sound) to a saxophone on the last track "Mississippi" (my least favorite). Highlights on the disc include the rocker "She's on Fire" (the first track which jumps right out of your speakers and sets an energetic tone to the rest of the album), "Respect" the track from the Dawson's Creek soundtrack, "Getaway" and "I Wish You Would"(listen for the bongos!) both of which are melodic, "back porch on a summer evening" tunes. Of course, the popular "Drops of Jupiter" title track is amazing: it builds and moves with each measure, and is built on a soaring piano progression and a lively violin section. I came to this album with high expectations, and must say that they have been exceeded! It's nice to see a group of talented musicians writing and playing their own music; Train is a fresh sound with strong pop hooks and a southern rock edge to keep you coming back to listen. If you are sick of Britney and other "packaged" music with no heart, give this album a try!
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38 of 41 people found the following review helpful By D. Austin on June 28, 2002
Format: Audio CD
So when I cracked open the crystal case on this CD and looked, for the first time mind you, at a picture of the band I should have realized the significance of one of their T-shirts. One of the guys is actually wearing a concert T-shirt for Asia! Now, they don't sound like Asia, but I think the shirt says something about the band. It says, "if you own and still listen to music produced in the 80's, there's a good chance you will like this."
And I do.
You've all heard "Drops of Jupiter." It's played every thirty minutes or so on every radio in the U.S. It is a good example of the other tracks, but no cookie cutter was used in writing these tunes. Each song is ripe with rich harmonies, brilliant melodies and chord progressions, but also brings it's own unique richness for very pleasurable listen, time after time.
I wouldn't call it rock. We're not talking ballads here, but the tempo never picks up very quick either. Just as well, us 80's types are getting older after all aren't we? Several of the tracks have the tendancy to lean towards an almost country feel. Not really close enough to be considered a cross-over band, but just an occasional guitar twang or old west harmonica thrown in for interesting effect.
I am glad that there are bands out there generating good stuff for the maturing generation Xers. This album will never be considered a classic, but it keeps this old geezer humming, and his feet tapping.
Time for my nap.
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32 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Carla Hollars on April 5, 2001
Format: Audio CD
I was lucky enough to catch Train live in Atlanta before the radio snapped up "Meet Virgina" as a heavy rotation single. That day cemented this band into my ears and musical heart. And this album reinforces my initial feeling of wonderment. Every track is worth mentioning...She's on Fire can be listened to over and over without feeling redundent and once you have Drops of Jupiter in your head you will sing it all day long..GLADLY! In my opinion, there is not much danger of anyone cashing in on Columbia Records satisfaction guarantee. If anything, I thought this album was better than the first! They have obviously grown and become more at ease with their talent. I recommend this disk to anyone looking for true musical enlightenment!
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