45rpm. paper sleeve
|Single by April Wine|
|from the album April Wine|
|Recorded||RCA Studios, Montreal|
3:19 (Album Version)
|April Wine singles chronology|
"Fast Train" is the first single by the Canadian rock band April Wine, from their 1971 self-titled debut album. It was a top 40 hit in Canada, peaking at #38 on the RPM 100 Singles Chart. It also peaked at #23 on the Canadian CHUM singles chart, on June 26, 1971. The success of this single established Myles Goodwyn as the band's main songwriter, and made it possible for April Wine to record a second album.
|Canada CHUM Chart||23|
|Canada RPM 100||38|
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- IMDb.com - The Internet Movie Database - Natural Enemy (1997)
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