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2nd Story

by Train Wreck

A (mostly) original collection of driving Blues and Rock, with a reggae tune thrown in for good measure.
Genre: Blues: Rockin' Blues
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Devil in the Night
3:30 $0.99
2. Just Can't Lose
3:31 $0.99
3. 2nd Story
6:15 $0.99
4. Wicked Game
4:53 $0.99
5. Sweet Sweet Jane
4:17 $0.99
6. Fade to Grey
7:24 $0.99
7. Rain is Fallin'
5:13 $0.99
8. Hey Mon
3:41 $0.99
9. Drownin on Dry Land
5:32 $0.99
10. Train Wreck, Baby
4:59 $0.99
11. Brand New Day
6:58 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Train Wreck is a 4 piece Classic Rock and Blues band from Bisbee, Arizona. Formed in February, 1998, Train Wreck has been gigging steadily since. We manage to stay busy and enjoy a healthy and broad based local following. We play a diverse array of classic rock from the 60's, 70's and 80's without getting too heavy, and we add in a healthy dose of traditional and modern blues.

The Train Wreck live show is primarily made up of covers, but the CD is almost all original material, reflecting many of our musical influences from Eric Clapton and Stevie Ray Vaughan, to Mark Knopfler and Pink Floyd.

Give a listen to a few of the samples. The title track, 2nd Story, and Drownin on Dry Land are turning out to be the favorite tracks among our blues fans, and the rockers are telling us that Train Wreck, Baby, Brand New Day, and Wicked Game are among their favorites.



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2nd Story
So much fun, thanks

Jon Blind Dog Cooley

Crank it up and prepare to have your ass kicked!
OK, well what do you say about a group of guys who call themselves "Train Wreck"? Hmm, well, as it applies to the music on their newest recorded offering "2nd Story", I would say that that the term "train wreck" would invoke music that is powerful, at times edgey and in your face, but always attention grabbing.

Starting off this disc is "Devil in the Night". It's a straight ahead blues rocker that would be a great tune for a movie featuring a beer slingin' roadhouse filled with rowdy bikers and and a brigade of Daisy Duke wearing hotties on the dance floor!

"Just Can't Lose" is a straight a head roots rocker that will make you want to jump in your late sixties muscle car convertible and do about 97mph through the desert with the top down and the music LOUD!

In my opinion, one of the highlights of this collection is definitely "Hey Mon", a reggae-esque tune that is executed with finesse and precision. Frank Bloise's drumming and Mike Ringnell's bass set down a groove that would be equally at home backing the Wailer's in Kingston, and Naylor and Trachtman's Clapton tinged guitar mastery and Trachtman's excellent, raw, powerful vocal delivery provide an interesting and inspiring texture that is a departure that fits in well with the straight up Blues and Rock that is offered on the reat of the disc.

I can't decide if the tune "Train Wreck Baby" is more remiscient of classic '70's AC/DC or Bluesy Aerosmith from the early years. Either way it ROCKS!

Buy this CD. It will make a great soundtrack to anything you have to do that requires FUN! And after you've bought the CD, go to Arizona and see these guys live. I was glad I did!

-Jon Cooley, Fort Worth, Texas

Mike Delaney-Bitterroot Smokin' Blues Festival

excellent mix of rock/blues.
The name Train Wreck is a misnomer. These guys are anything but! The mix of rock and blues on the CD is excellent. It covers the gamut and throws in some raggae for good measure. The groove is handled nicely by Ringnell and Bloise. Trachtman is a pro on the guitar as well as vocally. Ebe Naylor cuts to the chase and though I personally liked the previous guitar player ALOT, Ebe did a good job complimenting Trachtman's playing. You don't want to miss this train! Mike Delaney-Bitterroot Smokin' Blues. Montana

Pam Dastal

Good cd to dance to and just plain good music.

Richard Amery Kenora Daily Miner and News

Blues for all seasons
Bisbee, Arizona’s Train Wreck are anything but. The individual members have been playing for many years and come together tight as a drum skin in Train Wreck.
They show tremendous diversity from reggae on Hey Mon, straight blues like Second Story Man to all out rockers like Train Wreck, Baby and Just Can’t Lose. They play with a whole lot of feeling throughout. Their best moments are up-tempo rockers like Sweet, Sweet Jane.
Their cover of Wicked Game is note perfect plus Train Wreck taps the essence of Warren Haynes and Govt. Mule’s mellower moments on Drownin’ On Dry Land. Catch this train.