Human Nature is the 14th studio album by Americanfolk rock duo America, released by Oxygen Records in 1998 (see 1998 in music). It was their first new studio album since 1994's "Hourglass". "From a Moving Train" was released as a single and was a minor hit in the US reaching #25 on the Radio & Records Adult Contemporary chart. The song did better in Europe going to number 1 in Spain. "Wednesday Morning" and "Moment To Moment" were released as follow-up singles in Europe. "Wheels Are Turning" also received some radio airplay in the US. Carl Wilson (Beach Boys) and Robert Lamm (Chicago) appear on "Hidden Talent". Carl Wilson succumbed to cancer in February 1998 before this album's release.
Allmusic gave a positive review of the album, stating "... the songs are uniformly well-crafted and hook-laden, in particular the highly atmospheric "From a Moving Train," and the jangly "Wednesday Morning." Nevertheless, the album was rated only two stars out of five.