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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 (June 5, 2005)
  • Original Release Date: 2005
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: MSI:UNIVERSAL/INTERSCOPE
  • ASIN: B0007WZUN8
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (59 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,383,523 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Days Of Wonder
2. Passenger
3. Beautiful Side Of Somewhere
4. Here He Comes (Confessions Of A Drunken Marionette)
5. We're Already There
6. God Says Nothing Back
7. Back To California
8. I Am A Building
9. From The Bottom Of My Heart
10. Nearly Beloved
11. How Far You've Come
12. All Things New Again
13. Nothing To See Here (Bonus Track)

Editorial Reviews

Japanese Edition of the Fifth Album from the Group Led by Jakob Dylan Includes the Bonus Track "Nothing to See Here" which is Not Included on the USA Equivalent. With Over Six Million Records Sold and Two Grammys under their Belts, the Wallflowers' Fifth Album is their First Recorded with Producer Brendan O'brien (Pearl Jam, Bruce Springsteen...and Former Keyboardist with Bob Dylan). "Rebel Sweetheart is the Welcome Re-introduction to a Rock and Roll Band with a Renewed Sense of Purpose. From the Powerful Expression of Hope on the Us Single "The Beautiful Side of Somewhere" to the Moody and Stunning "we're Already There", "Rebel Sweetheart" is One of the Most Focused and Accomplished Albums of their Career.

Customer Reviews

"From the Bottom of My Heart" is one of the best ballads I've ever heard.
Ariel Stone
I just thought it was wonderful that they were releasing a new album, and that it would be at least pretty good.
English major
This album shows the growth and maturity of a band that continues to poor heart and soul into their music.
Snakes11

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Leopold 'Butters' Stotch on May 24, 2005
Format: Audio CD
This is the best Wallflowers release to date and it is the best release I have heard this year (Amos Lee and Springsteen close behind.) The songs here show depth and character that we don't really get to see in music today. The range of sound here is perfect and the whole CD from beginning to end is a great listen. So put away your Killers, Green Day, and whatever else you have clogging your ears and listen an album that feels like the artists are deeply connected to their music and they care about what they are releasing. You have to give them credit they have consistantly put put great material.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Lotus Mystique on July 9, 2005
Format: Audio CD
The Wallflowers are helplessly underrated leaving me to question why. I have been a fan since their first release The Wallflowers in 1992. Listening to their sound grow with every album you're able to witness the evolution of their sound and appreciate their commitment to quality. Rebel, Sweetheart is yet another great staple for a music lovers collection as it blends a deep acoustic sound with thoughtful lyrics. This album is sure to make new fans as well as please those of us who have been enjoying their sound for a while.
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Justin Thyme on May 24, 2005
Format: Audio CD
The Wallflowers return with their 5th, and strongest, album. Each of the 12 songs are engaging, thought-provoking, melodic, and layered. Producer Brendan O'Brien (Pearl Jam, Bruce Springsteen), brings his signature techniques to the album, layering the songs with various guitars, keys, and vocals. The textured sounds give the songs depth-each time you listen, you hear something new. Every song is written by Jakob Dylan, whose songwriting talents are in top form. The themes in the songs reflect the title of the album: a tension between fighting who & where you are vs. finding contentment in being that person in that place. Dylan paints a lot of situations where a fight is warranted. In "Here He Comes (Confessions of a Drunken Marionette)" an exploited puppet realizes there might be a way out, "They sing Auld Lang Syne/I've got mutiny on my mind." A song with a unique and catchy sound, "I Am A Building," portrays a character who is defeated, closed, & abandoned. But then sees things differently: "Things are looking clear now/My eyes are wide enough to see the way a sniper does." Or, in "Back to California," there's a promise of hope by returning to the way things were. Finally, in "From The Bottom of My Heart," a beautiful ballad with minimal instrumentation accompanying Dylan's honest vocals, we learn the lesson of the perseverance of "an army of one/Marching back up the steps/Into the rays of the sun." There are many ways to rebel. And then sometimes, it's best to accept. A stand out track, "We're Already There," is just one song that explores this side of acceptance. The most emotive song on the album, "God Says Nothing Back" rings of despair with the realization that neither God, time, love, nor death say anything back.Read more ›
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Jed Shlackman VINE VOICE on May 29, 2005
Format: Audio CD
This release by The Wallflowers is packed with well-written songs and solid musicianship and production. Thoughtful lyrics and solid melodies make the Wallflowers stand out. Some of these tunes are more bluesy or mellow/folk-influenced than others, while Jake Dylan's vocals are well suited to the varied songs and have a soulful quality that defines the band's sound. From the Bottom of My Heart is the most folk-influenced song, while Back To California is the most rock-oriented. The album begins with songs that have an upbeat feel, like Days of Wonder and the Passenger, while it becomes more wistful and bluesy with tracks like Confessions of a Drunken Marionette, God Says Nothing Back, and How Far You've Come, all pleasing rootsy rock tunes that should suit the tastes of existing Wallflowers fans. It's not that often I hear a rock album like this with song after song of soulful, poetic, and melodic tunes that are captivating enough for me to not feel like skipping tracks when I listen to the album.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By T-Bone on May 24, 2005
Format: Audio CD
The Wallflowers are a delight to listen to. If ever a dull moment manifests itself into your life, insert "Rebel, Sweetheart" into the nearest CD player and be prepared for a carnival of sounds. This is was songwriting is about. "You'd have a wonderful day if you could see how lucky you are. Don't get carried away with your heart. You're better where you are." After the less than stellar response "Red Letter Days" received, I feared The Wallflowers days as radio busters were numbered. And although they still may be, at least the music loving public has been blessed with one more outing by Dylan Jr. and his alliance of bandmates, together known as The Wallflowers.
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26 of 32 people found the following review helpful By English major on June 5, 2005
Format: Audio CD
I have been a Wallflowers' fan since they broke into the mainstream circa 1996, and this new CD definitely does not disappoint. I'd read rave reviews of it in a few different magazines, but still wasn't prepared for it to be as great as it is. I just thought it was wonderful that they were releasing a new album, and that it would be at least pretty good. It's a lot more than "pretty good"! If you're a Wallflowers' fan, you will love this new CD, and if you aren't a fan you should get it anyway, because you will be a fan after you hear it. Either way, it's great music, period.

A lot of music being released these days is mind-numbing, inane and awful. This CD is full of songs that won't insult your intelligence. Thanks Jakob, et al, for not letting us down!! (All songs written by Jakob Dylan.) Can't wait for the next one, but in the meantime the new songs are substantial enough to last a while.
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