02. There's A Dream
05. Laughter At Midnight
06. Coo-Coo Out!
07. Third Generation
Bass, Double Bass – Michael Harmssen
Electric Piano, Synthesizer, Clarinet – Gert Lueken
Drums, Percussion – Ulli Neels
Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar – Ronald Geißler
Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Flute, Percussion – Siegmar Fetter
Train's sound somewhat escapes this unique Kraut-colored Jazz Fusion style of the 70's with the band delivering music closer to semi-improvised Jazz Rock, fronted by the endless sax and flute leaks of Fetter in a typical, loose style, as expecterd by the chosen style, which is a bit lightweight for the most of the album's length, even introducing soft acoustic passages between the electric moments.They failed to deliver a more personal aura and often tended to copy Chick Corea's RETURN TO FOREVER during the fast or the ethereal electric piano parts, showing also some heavy influence by Funk at certain moments.Moreover some parts of the album are closer to Jazz than Rock with the standard bass lines and drumming of the style supporting the sax and piano solos.I guess the moments, when Geissler enters the scene with his guitar, are the most interesting ones as well, even if he never tries to dominate the scene, his plays are rather laid-back than fiery.The atmosphere is decent, containing both romantic and melancholic moods along with some joyful and tricky exercises, but the overall result is not fully convincing, unique or consistenly executed.
Apparently the band dissolved after the album was launched.Gert Lueken later played with the rockers Lone Wolf and Ethno-Fusion pioneers Tri Atma.