“Love Train” is a song written and recorded by British singer Holly Johnson. It was released in January 1989 with “Murder in Paradise” on the B-sidee as the lead single from his debut solo album, “Blast”. The song was a commercial success, reaching the top 20 in several countries, including the UK, where it reached number 4 on the singles chart.
“Love Train” is a dance-pop song that features a catchy melody and upbeat rhythm. The song’s lyrics encourage listeners to get on board the “love train” and spread love and kindness throughout the world. The song is seen as a celebration of love, unity, and positivity, and its message remains relevant to this day.
Holly Johnson is an English singer and songwriter who rose to prominence as the lead vocalist of the band Frankie Goes to Hollywood. After the band disbanded, Johnson embarked on a successful solo career, releasing several albums and having numerous hit songs, including “Love Train”. The song is considered one of Johnson’s classic songs and is often regarded as one of the best dance-pop songs of the 1980s.