2009
Label: Columbia - 88697077362 • Format: CD Album • Country: Australia • Genre: Rock, Folk, World, & Country • Style: Folk Rock, Pop Rock
Hey, Soul Sister - Train (2) - Save Me, San Francisco (CD, Album)

 · Listen free to Train – Save Me, San Francisco (Save Me, San Francisco, Hey, Soul Sister and more). 12 tracks (). On Aug, Train released their first single in over 3 years, "Hey, Soul Sister", from their fifth studio album, Save Me San Francisco, which was released on Octo. The single has become a major success, becoming their second-career top ten hit .

Save Me, San Francisco is California rock band Train's fifth studio album and the first of two albums recorded as a three-piece. It was released on Octo, through Columbia Records. The album was certified Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America on April 7, The album's first single, "Hey, Soul Sister", which marked a return to the group's folk-rock roots, was Genre: Rock, roots rock, pop rock.

 · Listen to Save Me, San Francisco (Golden Gate Edition) by Train on Apple Music. Stream songs including "Save Me, San Francisco", "Hey, Soul Sister" and more. Album · · .

First single off Train's album Save Me San ing to Billboard, the song is “about a woman who's got all the right moves.” (Source Hey Soul Sister Songfacts) Written and produced by the Norwegians Espen Lind and Amund Bjørklund who also wrote/produced Beyonces monster hit “Irreplaceable” View wiki.

"Hey, Soul Sister" is the first single from Train's album "Save Me, San Francisco" (). The line "Ain't that Mr. Mister on the radio, stereo?" is a reference to the band Mr. Mister.


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