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What do you do when you've written songs that have been etched into the fabric of timeless rock songs? What’s next when you've already had several careers’ worth of achievements?

You could flip the whole thing on its head and make a record that sounds like you started the band last week with your best friends, simply for the love of making music...which is exactly ... Read more in Amazon's The Wallflowers Store

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  • Audio CD (October 9, 2012)
  • Original Release Date: 2012
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Columbia
  • ASIN: B008N2Z1L0
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (70 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #17,855 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Hospital for Sinners
2. Misfits and Lovers
3. First One in the Car
4. Reboot the Mission
5. It's a Dream
6. Love is a Country
7. Have Mercy On Him Now
8. The Devil's Waltz
9. Won't Be Long (Till We're Not Wrong Anymore)
10. Constellation Blues
11. One Set of Wings

Editorial Reviews

The Wallflowers return with their long-awaited new studio album, Glad All Over. The band's new single, "Reboot The Mission," is a Clash-inspired track with an unmistakable shuffle backbeat, featuring Mick Jones on vocals and guitar. Recorded in Nashville, TN, at Dan Auerbach's (The Black Keys) Easy Eye Sound studio, the new album finds frontman Jakob Dylan joining original band members Greg Richling (bass) and Rami Jaffee (keyboards), with Wallflowers' longtime guitarist Stuart Mathis and drummer Jack Irons (Red Hot Chili Peppers, Pearl Jam) rounding out the lineup. The album was produced by Jay Joyce (Emmylou Harris, Cage the Elephant) and mixed by Rich Costey (Bruce Springsteen).

The Wallflowers rose to fame with their 4x platinum album Bringing Down The Horse, which featured four top charting singles including "6th Avenue Heartache," "One Headlight," "The Difference," and "Three Marlenas." The two-time Grammy Award winners went on to sell over 7 million records worldwide with a series of critically acclaimed albums.

Customer Reviews

I can really say it grows on me everytime.
das9125
One of those cd's that every song is well thought out and a great listen.
Michael J. Mcfaul
Their music reflects their musical growth and outstanding talents.
MaryJane

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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Cesar E. Reyes on October 9, 2012
Format: Audio CD
After 13 years of playing together (augemented by different sideman at different times) Rami Jaffee, Jakob Dylan and Greg Richling decided to take a break. Richling went on produce acts; Jaffee sought greener pastures with the Foo Fighters and Dylan signed his first solo deal and started working with Rick Rubin on his debut.

Fast forward to seven years later, Dylan released to two strong records including 2010's Women + Country which contains some of the finest lyrics he has ever written.

Which brings us to the release of "Glad All Over" the first Wallflowers record since 2005's "Rebel, Sweetheart". This record is brimming with confidence, bravado and an energy that has alluded the band since its debut twenty years ago. The new additions to the group are drumming legend Jack Irons and Stuart Mathis on lead guitar both of whom bring their chops to the band but never overwhelm it's core made up of Dylan, Jaffee and Richling.

Highlights include the soaring "Love is a Country", the slithering "Constellation Blues" and the two Mick Jones collaborations. The wind in your hair "Misfits and Lovers" and the should-be radio smash "Reboot the Mission" which is an all around hypnotic track.

I truly don't believe there is a bad song on this record and I tip my hat to Jay Joyce who managed to get a tight, concise record from the band at this stage in their career. While it seems a break was necessary for the guys let's hope the fans don't have to wait another seven years for a new record.
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By ScottE on October 9, 2012
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Jakob Dylan and The Wallflowers, 6th studio offering, first in 7 years, act like there having fun on "Glad All Over". Very upbeat collection, great tunes in, "Hospital For Sinners", "First One In The Car", "Reboot The Mission", with Clash member Mick Jones, "Love Is A Country", the swift back and forth of "The Devils Waltz", a 60's sounding nugget "It Won't Be Long (Till We're Not Wrong Anymore)" and "One Set Of Wings". Best album since 1996's "Bringing Down The Horse", in my opinion. This release reminds me of Cracker's release "Sunrise In The Land Of Milk And Honey", in 2009.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By D. Webb on December 26, 2012
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The Wallflowers have produced a new album that is quite reminiscent of the 2000 release, Breach. The songwriting is stronger than ever and the musical boundaries have moved past acoustic guitars and typical pop music chord progressions. Reboot the Mission is a track boldly pushing this envelope and does not disappoint in the least. Constellation Blues runs the gamut of (Bob)Dylan-esque lyricism that has become Jakob's own signature outside of his father's shadow. If this album is any indication, The Wallflowers upcoming tour with Eric Clapton will leave the patrons of sold-out venues wondering why this band has been silent (from radio airplay) for so long.
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9 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Philip R. Heath TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on October 9, 2012
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The current music landscape has seen a number of compelling new albums from the likes of Dave Matthews Band, The Killers, and Muse. Unfortunately, The Wallflowers were not able to join this group. While Glad All Over is not a bad album, there isn't much that vies for attention. I don't know if it was the decision to work with Mick Jones of the Clash or something bigger, but this just doesn't seem like The Wallflowers to me. I thought the best two songs on the album were the urgent "It's A Dream" and the rather subdued "Love Is A Country". However neither of these really stands up to previous albums by The Wallflowers or even Jakob Dylan's solo work either. You may or may not agree. However, if you are still on the fence about this album, I'll put it to you in simple terms. If you like the first single "Reboot The Mission" or "Misfits And Lovers", you'll probably like Glad All Over. If you don't, you'll probably want to pass. It's not that the music is bad per se, but it does little to grab my attention and fight to keep it.

Download this: It's A Dream
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Horrorcore Heart on February 12, 2013
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It had been a long while since I had heard anything from The Wallflowers, which was what made me purchase this record. I didn't really know what to expect, but I guess that was what made it a mystery.

This whole album has a feeling of a dream, like you're asleep and this is a journey you're having. Songs to really pay attention to are "Hospital For Sinners", "Misfits and Lovers", It's a Dream", "Love Is a Country", "Have Mercy On Him Now", "Constellation Blues", and "One Set Of Wings". I will mention that "Reboot The Mission" seems cool and all good at first, but now I skip it. I guess it took a month or two to realize how much of a real song it isn't. There's so many more poetic and in depth songs than that one on here. This really isn't an album you can rock out too, it's really more of a sit down and just listen kind of deal. If you're a writer, poet, etc., you'll love listening to this while you write. It has a very dreamy and inspiring sound, and well written lyrics. My favorite track is a tie between "Constellation Blues" and "One Set Of Wings".

This is no "Rebel, Sweetheart". This is "Glad All Over". And believe me, you can tell the difference. And while this album is good, I still think Rebel, Sweetheart is the best Wallflowers album. The sound was right, the producer was right. But then they disappeared. But now they're back, and it feels like they're taking us into a dream! Good to have The Wallflowers back!
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