Review: It should take about two seconds to remember this one, and the global chart domination it enjoyed back in the far more innocent times of February 2001. Just in case, though, 'Drops Of Jupiter' is one of the most immediately recognisable slices of heartwarming and emotional indie pop niceness you're likely to fall head over heels for again, hence the fact it has been covered by innumerable stars since its initial release. In may ways, once you know the story the track takes on a very different form - far less amorous and much more about longing and lamentation. Train's lead singer, Patrick Monahan, wrote the lyrics about his mother shortly after she died, with opening lines coming to him in a dream. The kind of personal story that usually inspires work that stands the test of time, here's the evidence if you need it.