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Pat Monahans new album Last of Seven opens an exciting new chapter for the frontman of the Grammy Award winning multi platinum group Train, known for such radio classics as Meet Virginia, Drops Of Jupiter, and Calling All Angels. Joining forces with esteemed producer Patrick Leonard, Monahan has crafted a soulful rock and pop album that gives his soaring emotive vocals and vivid storytelling lyrics an exciting new dimension.

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The first solo album from square-jawed Train singer Pat Monahan doesn't represent that big of a leap from his day job with the multi-platinum coffeehouse rockers. There are soaring melodies, open mic night lyrics, and acoustic guitars around every corner. The major difference comes down to the arrival of the synthetic beats and gospel choirs, courtesy of Madonna/Elton John producer Patrick Leonard, who dutifully revives his '80s sound for the disc to give songs like "Her Eyes" and "Raise Your Hands" a slightly astringent feel. Brandi Carlile joins Monahan on the album's best moment, a lights-down-low ballad called "Pirate on the Run," while Graham Nash sings backup on "Cowboys and Indians," and Bon Jovi's Richie Sambora plays on "Someday." --Aidin Vaziri

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