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Album: Mai Tais - Single

Artist: Train & Skylar Grey

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2019
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2019 Sunken Forest, LLC, under exclusive license to Columbia Records, a Division of Sony Music E

Tracklist For Mai Tais - Single By Artist Train & Skylar Grey

Title Artist Time
1
Mai Tais Train & Skylar Grey 3:44 USD 1.29

Reviews For Mai Tais - Single By Artist Train & Skylar Grey

  • Miss Jimmy Stanford and his influence!

    5
    By 19Maddog51
    Maddox 51 Sipping red wine at Hearst Ranch Winery❤️🍷😁, Love, Love, Love this song! Like others I miss Jimmy Stafford and his influence on the music!
  • Respect the song

    4
    By tabarnard
    I like the song and I appreciate evolution of music and it’s artists but like the previous reviewer i miss the original Train. They were such a unique Rock band but all pop now. Still like the band a lot just miss their sound!
  • This Train ran off the tracks years ago

    1
    By Ktf1172
    This used to be a great rock band. This is the result of singer ego syndrome—fire most of the band and replace them with employees. Sad.
  • Sea~La~Vie IV

    5
    By Mark Vadaj
    Just Love, Love, Love This Song. It’s My Life on The Water. Can’t wait to hear it live.
  • Bliss

    5
    By stivo37
    Put me on a beach
  • This is Train?

    1
    By gb04de
    What am I missing here? Other than Pat's amazing voice, everything that made Train amazing it gone. So Sad.
  • Love it, smart release

    5
    By Hea-Hea
    Great song! Very catchy. Just watched the latest episode of Magnum P.I. And saw the performance at the last scene of the show. What a smart way or debuting the new song! Before the scene was done, I found myself purchasing the song already on iTunes! Lol!
  • Magnum PI

    5
    By dammotman
    Great song. They released it on the Friday night show magnum pi. Downloaded at the end of the show as soon as they played it.
  • Epic

    5
    By BaltoDawg Vlawgs
    Love it
  • Boom

    5
    By ETaylor89
    All day longgggggg

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