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Train Calls Out Adam Levine's New Haircut: "He Looks Less Good"

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Apr. 23 2012, Published 6:57 a.m. ET

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Maroon 5 may have toured with the band last summer, but now megagroup Train is calling out the band's pop heartthrob, Adam Levine!

When OK! asked the group at the T.J. Martell Foundation's 13th Annual Family Day in NYC yesterday if they watch Adam on The Voice, they had some fighting words for the judge.

Jimmy Stafford said, "I haven’t seen it in a few weeks, ever since Jesse Campbell got kicked off."

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Scott Underwood then made it more personal: "Ever since Adam got that haircut, I’m over it. The dude looks good with whatever he does, but he looks less good — let’s put it that way."

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Lead singer Pat Monahan talked to OK! about lighter subjects, like their new hit, "Drive By." "I don’t really think there’s a secret. I think it’s kind of, the happier we are, the easier it is to come up with these songs. I think we spent the first 10 years being miserable with songs like 'Calling All Angels,' like, help me! And now we’re just having fun."

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Any summer tour plans?

Scott said, "We’re getting ready to put a big tour together for the summer. It’s actually almost together in the States for August and September. Between now and then we’re going to kind of see the world and then come home and play."

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