Fall Out

Album: We Were Soldiers Original Soundtrack (2002)


  • Train recorded this in Studio 2 of Abbey Road. That's where many Beatles songs were recorded and all of Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon. The song is influenced by both groups.
  • Next door to Train as they recorded this was an orchestra recording the score for Star Wars: Episode 2 - Attack of the Clones.
  • This appears on the soundtrack for the Mel Gibson movie We Were Soldiers.

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  • Bob from Boca Raton, FlMy friend Kari jumped up on her chair and danced around in circles when she saw Train perform. She's been working out and looks even better than before, if you can believe that!
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