Joshua James and The Runaway Trains is the third studio album by Joshua James. It has been released by Old Freight Rail Records in selected markets as of 2007 and will be fully released in 2008.
The opening track, "It's Alright If You Sleep Around", featured Kate Mann singing lead vocals with James. On track 8, James covers the Prince song, "When You Were Mine".
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