This time I am record reviewing a 7" record with five songs on it from a band from London called The Choo Choo Trains. I don't know much about The Choo Choo Trains except for that they are three ladies called Emma, Catherine and Veronica who make music and I think it makes a nice change to hear music made by women so I am looking forward to doing this review very much.
The first song on the first side of the record very good little song called Save Me which is a soft song with soft drums and ordinary guitar where the singer (who has a very nice, light voice which sometimes sounds a bit scottish) is asking someone to save her from a broken heart so it is sort of a love song I reckon - I've never had a broken heart so I don't know what it feels like to have one but I think it would be horrible. I thought that this was a very nice song indeed and a good way to start the record.
|A very good picture of Pete's friend Billy.|
The next song is called Futile and it is a very quiet song indeed with nice piano this time rather than guitar. This song starts sounding quite sad but then changes half way in and sounds happier and carefree - I thought this was a lovely little song.
Next one is a guitar song which sounds a bit like The Shadows in a bit which is a good thing because The Shadows made Apache and that's a very good song. Like Apache this doesn't have singing in it because it is an instrumental. I liked this one a lot.
After this instrumental is the last song called No.38 to your Heart and it is another piano song and I thought it sounded a bit like a choirgirl singing at a funfair because the music sounds like music you would here at a funfair or a circus. I thought this was a very nice song and a happy way to end the record off.
Overall I would say that I thought this a brilliant record with very good music on it that I enjoyed very much and I think other people would like it too because it is very pleasant and a nice change from noisy music - you can hear this record and buy it below. I would give this record 10 out of 10.