Train Comes 'Alive At Last'

Pop/rock act Train will release its first concert album, "Alive at Last," Nov. 2 via Columbia.

Pop/rock act Train will release its first concert album, "Alive at Last," Nov. 2 via Columbia. The set was recorded earlier this year in Birmingham, Ala., by Brett Eliason (Pearl Jam, Neil Young) and sports such hits as "Meet Virginia," "Drops of Jupiter" and "Calling All Angels," a cover of the Faces' "Stay With Me" and the previously unreleased "Landmine."

"This live record is going to blow your mind," drummer Scott Underwood writes on the band's official Web site. "It's a collection of the best of Train performed live in Birmingham. As you could imagine, after playing some of these songs for years our performance is much stronger than the original recordings."

The disc also boasts the brand new studio track "New Sensation" and "Ordinary," which appeared earlier this summer on the soundtrack to "Spider-Man 2." Underwood reports that Train also recorded the Christmas carol "What Child Is This?" for a seasonal compilation to be released by an as-yet-unannounced retailer later this year.

Train is taking a break from the road after an extensive tour in support of 2003's "My Private Nation," which debuted at No. 6 on The Billboard 200 and has sold 959,000 copies in the United States, according to Nielsen SoundScan.

Here is the track list for "Alive at Last":

"Calling All Angels"
"She's on Fire"
"Meet Virginia"
"Save the Day"
"Get to Me"
"Landmine"
"All American Girl"
"When I Look to the Sky"
"I Wish You Would"
"Sweet Rain"
"Fire"
"Drops of Jupiter"
"Stay With Me"
"Ordinary"
"New Sensation"