Subway refers to five groups:
1) The Chicago based group Subway, comprised of Eric McNeal, Keith Thomas, Trerail Puckettand Roy Jones. The group was signed to Michael Bivins Motown-distributed label Biv 10. They came out on the scenes in 1995 with the hit single "This Lil' Game We Play" featuring labelmates 702. The single set the group off to a good start, going gold and selling nearly a million copies. Their debut album was titled Good Times, and came out later that year. Written and produced by Gerald Levert and Edwin Nicholas, the album packed some solid hits such as the aforementioned "This Lil' Game We Play." In addition, the album's single "This Is Not A Goodbye" went gold.
2) A psychedelic folk rock duo comprised of two musicians busking on the Paris underground.
3) The liquid funk and progressive house duo Alan James and Michael Kirkman signed to Sunday Best who have seen their work included on such albums as Danny Howells' Global Underground 27 mix ("Live In Miami") and Hot Chip's mix for the DJ-Kicks series.
4) A hard rock band from southern Germany, which had some success in Japan
5) A disbanded Korean rock band fronted by Jo Sung-Min.
6) SUBWAY IS A PUNK BAND FROM BELGRADE [SERBIA]. BAND FORMED AROUND ŽARKOVO AND PADINA IN AUGUST 2008. CONSISTING AKREP ON VOCALS, MARE ON BASS, LAZAR ON GUITAR AND BANE ON DRUMS.