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The whole theme is about things changing, especially in love, but hell - is all feels good at first. But yeah, don't forget that first part.
Ashley Monroe comes on for "Bruises," which is a very light sounding song. Love the first line: Good to see you're still beautiful. Small town story, for sure, and completely relatable. Pretty simple lyrical work in the chorus: The most interesting part to me is probably the interaction of the voices - it really does sound conversational.
They sort of return to the sound of "Drive By" a little, but now have this little Spanish-western sound accompanying.
I don't know if it's be better or worse without these sounds involved, but the song just doesn't sit well with the normal ear. Of course, that's not what this is. It's a song on what things will be life after death. He lists off people he could hang out with in heaven including Chris Farley? And how she can finally meet his mother. I think the end message is to value life while you have it.
That, and name a hell of a lot of celebrities.
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It has that ukelele strum of the islands. This is what I'd consider Train to be now - cute songs that couples think of each other during.
Some are a little too sickeningly sweet for the single crowd to appreciate. I guess the sentiment is nice enough though - as a final gift, after death dear god, could this band be more twisted?
I'm still, at two minutes in, trying to figure out the point of "Mermaid. Er, maybe just a beach-obsessed girl.
This is one of those ones you tuck in the album and probably never release as any sort of single. It just doesn't have the selling power they probably need to make this actually work. Odd choice for an effect, but whatever.
It's really a strange kind of sound throughout and completely doesn't fit with the rest of the album really. I guess Train's always been pretty good at handling this viewpoint, even as the years go on.
They have always been able to give something to the graduation playlists out there. The musical breakdown around two and half minutes in is probably the best part - love rock instrumentals like this. The bagpipes toward the end are a little odd, but hey, I guess when you're looking off into the future horizon, that's what you hear. This is "When the Fog Rolls In," aptly titled. Monahan has weathered some storms and is at the point where he is speaking my language.
This one got me where I live and I have yet to listen to it without weeping. As a matter of fact, I will replay it to keep crying because it is so touching and happy and I know what he means.Train "You Can Finally Meet My Mom" SATS 2018 Sail Across the Sun
Special dedication to love-of-my-life Derwood. Last night I watched two documentaries on Netflix because I am a highbrow when it comes to the arts.
The first documentary was titled and is probably still titled After Porn Ends. I found this topic fascinating. I learned many things from watching After Porn Ends. Oh yeah, yeah I learned that. This film is thought-provoking and I found it very sad.
Raylene, one of the porn girls, broke my heart. Photo courtesy Oxymoron Entertainment She is so naturally, girl-next-door beautiful and was so visibly pained by her experiences with porn and addiction; I was crushed to learn at the end that Raylene has returned to porn. The troubles these men and women, though mostly women, have started long before they got into pornographic films.
This one won the U. Director Award at the Sundance Film Festival.