By Ryan Dombal
Updated March 17, 2020 at 02:49 AM EDT
Advertisement

For Me, It's You

B
type
  • Music
genre

”Drops of Jupiter” notwithstanding, Train’s output is as dull as its moniker. Appropriating from classic rockers like Elton John and Springsteen, Train continue to rumble down a middling path with their fourth studio LP, For Me, It’s You. ”Jupiter” retreads ”All I Ever Wanted” and the title track stall and are eventually derailed by singer Pat Monahan, whose taste for corny, Dr. Phil-style wisdom would embarrass a Hallmark poet.

For Me, It's You

type
  • Music
genre

Comments