45rpm. paper sleeve
|Single by April Wine|
|from the album April Wine|
|Recorded||RCA Studios, Montreal|
|April Wine singles chronology|
"Fast Train" is the first single by the Canadian rock band April Wine, from their 1971 self-titled debut album (See 1971 in music). The song was a top 40 hit in Canada, peaking at #38 on the RPM 100 Singles Chart, Canada's then only national singles chart which measured hit singles across Canada. It also peaked at #23 on the Canadian CHUM singles chart, a Top 40 chart that measured hit singles in the Toronto area, on June 26 that year. It was the success of this single that first established Myles Goodwyn as the band's main songwriter, and made it possible for April Wine to record a second album.
|CHUM Chart, Canada||23|
|RPM 100 Singles Chart, Canada||38|
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- "April Wine singles at the CHUM Chart (Canada) archives". 1050CHUM.com. Retrieved 2012-02-14.
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- "April Wine History - The First Decade: Fast Train". AprilWine.ca. Retrieved 2012-02-14.
- Dave Buerster (2001-07-14). "the Buerster Collection - Video: Full Length Movies (With soundtracks featuring April Wine), Natural Enemy". www.aprilwine.ws. Retrieved 2012-02-14.
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- IMDb.com - The Internet Movie Database - Natural Enemy (1997)
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