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Breach

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Outstanding

    I bought this cd out of interest, never having heard of the Wallflowers before. Now it's one of my fave cd's (and I have a lot of them)!!!! Jakob Dylan's voice is like velvet, the songs are intelligent, but extremely catchy. I listen to this cd almost every day! This is just plain, straightforward, good music.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Back With A Punch!

    Hanging under the shadows of his father, both a blessing and a burden for anyone who's parents are in the music business, Jakob Dylan and the gang finally step out of the shade. (Breach), unlike its predecessor, shows the vast range of the bands roots and direction. ''I've Been Delivered'', and other songs on the album are much darker and moody than The Wallflowers previous work, but underneath it all, is a bright message about moving on. This album is a real gem, and a MUST for anyones collection. With Jon Brion and Matt Chamberlain who have worked with Fiona Apple & Rufus Wainwright, and Elvis Costello on background vocals, it seems this album was destined to change our view on the band that has spent over 9 years delighting our ears.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Finally, Some Real Music

    This music will never be outdated, unlike the brainless teen pop and rap that is unfortunately dominating the charts. Jakob Dylan is a great songwriter, and an expressive, talented vocalist. Lyrically and melodically, his songs are intelligent and clever, the work of a true artist. All the songs on Breach are excellently written and performed, especially ''Letters From The Wasteland,'' ''Sleepwalker,'' and the beautiful hidden track ''Babybird.'' The Wallflowers rock!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    well worth the wait!

    I absolutely love this CD. The Wallflowers have put all of their heart and soul into this one and it shows. From ''Letters from the Wasteland'' to ''birdcage'' the album is full of real, true heartfelt music. If you're contemplating buying this, get it now you'll have a hard time taking it out of your CD player. **Breach** takes you on a ride through Jakob's mind that is absolutely overwhelming. I love this CD. And catch them live, they're even better in concert.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    One Real Band (not some fraud)

    Okay, first of all, The Wallflowers are one of the best bands to ever play onstage (other than maybe the Beatles). Second of all, they keep it real (i.e. no moony, cliched love ballads or corny semi-dance-remix tunes) and are really good at doing so. Third of all, their songs actually have a deeper meaning to them (hint, hint, all you boy band fans). Really, if it weren't for the fact that I can't change the world (wish I could, though), The Wallflowers would be all anybody'd be able to listen to for the next thousand years!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Breach is at the top of its class

    The Wallflowers have managed to top their last album with this awesome CD. From Letters from the Wasteland to Birdcage, this record never ceases to entertain, soothe, and amaze me. Sleepwalker showcases Jacob Dylan's unprecedented vocal talents and his passionate will for the music. Keep it coming!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    cool

    i love this cd it`s the greatest

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    INCREDIBLE!!!!!!!!!!

    What an album! The Wallflowers have successfully followed up their breakthrough album with a work of art. Although it is not their ''sophmore'' album, they dismissed the idea of a slump, and made the unbearable 4 year wait well worth it. It is a walk through Jakob's personal experience with mesmerizing vocals and guitar tabs that will leave you in awe of the band. A must have.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    This band will stay great for many years to come.

    THe wallflowers rock, I love this new album because they didn't change their image like 3Eb and M20 did. It has great lyrics to go with great music.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    damn the boybands and hit radio. a real artist speaks to me

    the guitars, the leslie organ, the sharp drum beats. the magical voice. the sound. they have the sound i love. not glitzy, not treandy. just real, when backstreet, eminem, jennifer, christina, and brittney are old and forgotten. the writing talents of jakob will go on a life time. note to jakob. been a long time bro. good to hear you. what took so long?

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