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Subway - In My Town E.P. FLAC album

Performer: Subway
Genre: Rock
Title: In My Town E.P.
Released: 1980
Style: Power Pop, New Wave
FLAC version ZIP size: 1724 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1514 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1924 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 722

My Town is the third studio album by country music duo Montgomery Gentry. It was released in 2002 (see 2002 in country music). Certified platinum in the United States, the album produced three consecutive Top Five hits on the Billboard country charts in the title track, "Speed", and "Hell Yeah". It is Montgomery Gentry's best-selling album to date, with over . million units sold. My Town" (Reed Nielsen, Jeffrey Steele) - 4:25. Break My Heart Again" (Tim Owens, Kenny Beard, Jeff Bates) - 4:02.

References to the New York City Subway in popular culture are prevalent, as it is a common element in many New Yorkers' lives. Justin Townes Earle's song "Working for the MTA" describes the 6 train from the perspective of the driver. In the novel The Taking of Pelham One Two Three and the films based on it, a 6 train that originated in Pelham Bay Park Station was hijacked, and hostages were held inside a subway car.

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As for me, I keep tabs on every subway stop I take. Like many New Yorkers, I have a tattered train map tucked in my purse. My map is peppered with black check marks, however, one next to every subway station where I've disembarked. The paper resembles a heat map: a dense forest of checkmarks across Manhattan, a smattering in Brooklyn, and just a few in the other outer boroughs of Queens and the Bronx, where the map is still mostly bare. But more often than not, I will keep walking. Looking at the subway map brings back memories for me, just like a photo album. The Coney Island stop on the D train reminds me of the trip I took with friends to wolf down coal-oven pizza at Totonno's, followed by more eating in the Russian shops and restaurants along Brighton Beach. The Union Square train stop on the yellow line is all about the green market set up there four days a week.

Having been a transit cop in this town for the past twenty years, this seemed right up my alley, and so I have produced the following. Tip: All of your saved places can be found here in My Trips.


A1 In My Town
A2 Always
B1 Mr. Nice Guy
B2 Reality


  • Producer – Rob Bee, Subway