In 2011, this Athens-based band amicably parted ways after a successful 3 decade run, in which time they firmly established themselves as one of the most influential alternative rock bands of all time.

This song – about a Southern Crescent passenger train – was included on their third album in 1985, and released as a single here in the U.S.

Speaking of trains, the Shadow band took their name from a song about a 1903 trainwreck, which Johnny Cash had popularized. They are one of the bands competing in the first round of WTMD’s Music Madness tournament on Monday, competing against an up and coming rocker out of Portland.