Filed Under (Acoustic Originals) by Jason on September-27-2010

About a week ago Jupiter, the largest planet in our solar system at more than 11 times the size of Earth, crept closer to the blue planet than it has come since 1963. At its peak on September 20th, the gas giant was plainly visible even to us light-polluted city-dwellers. If you missed it, though, don’t despair – the planet will be close enough to see for another few weeks, with even its four largest moons visible through a strong enough pair of binoculars.

In honor of this event of cosmic proportions, here’s Train performing an acoustic version of their mega-hit Drops of Jupiter. It’s a catchy tune, and we can all learn something from these guys about success in The Biz. Namely, you need three things: a hook, an image, and not a lot of talent. Enjoy.

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