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Train’s career stalled after the release of 2006’s “For Me, It’s You,” and the group was largely relegated to radio recurrent status via past hits like “Drops Of Jupiter” and “Meet Virginia.” But then after lead singer Pat Monahan’s solo album failed to ignite, the band reunited after a three-year hiatus. With a punchier sound that the critics hated but the fans loved, Train came roaring back on the charts with “Hey Soul Sister,” which has sold more than six million copies in the U.S. alone, and has been followed by subsequent hits such as “Drive By."