For Me, It’s You
Everyone has to grow up, but it doesn’t mean you have to lose who you are in the process. Train’s fifth CD presents a mature group of musicians who have moved past the unquestionable uniqueness of their younger amorous infatuations. Though this album deals with moments in life that demand more responsibility—marriage, children and the death of lead singer Pat Monohan’s mother—you’re never bored going along for the ride. Few bands can create and maintain such passion and exuberance both in concert and on their recorded tracks. Dedicated Trainiacs should not be disappointed by the slightly different route the band has taken here; the only likely complaints will arise when the album pulls into the station just less than 50 minutes after it began.