Unfortunately, soft-rock dullards Train and Tonic don't guarantee that type of transport in their freeze-dried studio stuff, though Tonic's homely "If You Could Only See" might take you back to the days when inchoate Replacements/Soul Asylum approximations actually found sympathizers at alt-rock radio. (It might also remind you that Dishwalla really existed.) Young New England guitar-strummer Howie Day would've possibly fit onto the radio then as a cuter Shawn Mullins, but now he's got his own booming singer-songwriter thing to glom onto (and a pleasant, just-re-released-by-Sony debut called Australia to promote), so on Thursday he'll likely come off as a cuter David Gray with a hankering for those dreamy sex songs Dave Matthews sometimes plays. Remy Shand's got his own sex songs--a whole album of them, actually. Motown Records swears Shand made the mildly seductive The Way I Feel all by himself in his bedroom in his parents' house in Winnipeg, Canada (which, to be fair, is way too lame to make up), but it's hard to say how Sheryl Crow's flock will take to a young white guy trying really hard to channel Stevie Wonder. Or the whitewater kayakers, for that matter.