I loved this when we recorded it, but more important—I love it even more now that it (I) have matured. I think this is the most cohesive album the Train has ever released in that it is a complete journey. Not that it was conceived to tell a single story, but that it just seemed to walk through a maze of experiences and somehow ended up on the other side. Maybe a little like the movie which inspired it—The Hairdressers Husband. This album tried to be a lot of different things before settling into what it is.
For more, listen to the Bab/Beach interview (last in the song list) and look forward to a remastered version of this via Beach.
More important… enjoy the journey.