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Craig Manning 10/03/12 09:30 AM

The Wallflowers Stream New Album
 
The '90s alt-folk-rock figures The Wallflowers ("One Headlight," "6th Avenue Heartache") are set to release Glad All Over, their first album in six and a half years, next Tuesday. You can stream it on their website.

LivingTheLyrics 10/03/12 09:46 AM

Have any of their other 2000's releases been any good? Wasn't aware they were even together for that long.

cherrycokewhore 10/03/12 09:58 AM

The Wallflowers are wonderful and I'm glad they haven't hung up their towel yet. :)

The Revisionist 10/03/12 10:01 AM

Are we at the point now where we need to remind people of the popular Wallflowers singles? Fuck, I am old. :(

Thomas Nassiff 10/03/12 10:02 AM

I still have only ever heard Bringing Down the Horse but I'm gonna check this out right now.

Do they have another release that's essential listening?

Anthony Sorendino 10/03/12 10:09 AM

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Originally Posted by Thomas Nassiff (Post 113762352)
I still have only ever heard Bringing Down the Horse but I'm gonna check this out right now.

Do they have another release that's essential listening?

Let us know if it's any good. I don't think a band like this has ever "come back."

botDs-r 10/03/12 10:13 AM

I feel like everyone forgets that this is Bob Dylan's son

Thomas Nassiff 10/03/12 10:25 AM

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Originally Posted by botDs-r (Post 113762912)
I feel like everyone forgets that this is Bob Dylan's son

i feel like they don't

JayBee420 10/03/12 10:50 AM

6th Avenue Heartache and The Only Difference are still two of the most timeless songs I've ever heard. Such a great band.

JayBee420 10/03/12 10:50 AM

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Originally Posted by Thomas Nassiff (Post 113763492)
i feel like they don't

hahaha

Matthew Moore 10/03/12 11:04 AM

Really like it, but definitely hear the Jakob Dylan solo material influence on this album. Bringing Down The Horse was much more poppy, and this album doesn't have that same feel. Still really enjoy it, but it's very different from The Wallflowers other albums.

Fourchordwonder 10/03/12 11:23 AM

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Originally Posted by JayBee420 (Post 113764972)
6th Avenue Heartache and The Only Difference are still two of the most timeless songs I've ever heard. Such a great band.

Agreed 100%

duckingfyslexic 10/03/12 11:30 AM

They've been playing the new single on wxpn a lot lately. I totally thought it was the clash the first time I heard it. I guess it should since it features Mick Jones.

msulliv7 10/03/12 02:58 PM

The Wallflowers release new album, Perks of Being a Wallflower the movie is released. The Wallflowers have a great cover of "Heroes" by David Bowie, the film features Bowie's song on the single most important scene. Conclusion: David Bowie is the best.

luckisoverrated 10/03/12 04:12 PM

My favorite song of theirs is still "Bleeders."