Over the past decade, Train's sound has evolved from lazy bluegrass to mainstream pop-rock. 'For Me, It's You' combines the feel of each of their previous 3 albums into one that features the maturity of 'My Private Nation,' the originality of 'Drops of Jupiter,' and the fun of their eponymous debut. Unfortunately, an otherwise great album is marred by the inclusion of two substandard tracks, "Give Myself To You" and "Always Remember." Excepting these two blunders, 'For Me, It's You' truly showcases Train once again at the top of their game.
Standout tracks: All I Ever Wanted, Skyscraper, For Me It's You