Columbia Records"I have avoided a 'greatest hits' record for a long time," says Train frontman Pat Monahan on Twitter. But one is finally arriving.
Train's Greatest Hits is coming out November 9, featuring tracks from all their albums, as well as their latest single, "Call Me Sir," and a new recording: a version of George Michael's "Careless Whisper," featuring none other than Kenny G on sax.
Explaining his reservations about releasing such a compilation, Monahan continues, "I’ve always thought of those records as a way of saying, 'Welp, it was fun while it lasted' and that stressed me out."
However, he continues, "We live in a new music world now though & having people be able to find songs they love faster & easier seems like a great idea. We’re proud & excited that this is the list of songs that built the band for 25 years. Hope they take you to as many great memories as they take us."
The band promises "more exciting news" in a few weeks.
Train's Greatest Hits is available for pre-order now. Here's the track listing:
"Drops of Jupiter"
"Calling All Angels"
"Get to Me"
"When I Look to the Sky"
"Hey Soul Sister"
"If It’s Love"
"Save Me San Francisco"
"50 Ways to Say Goodbye"
"Angel in Blue Jeans"
"Play That Song"
"Call Me Sir"
"Careless Whisper" featuring Kenny G
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