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The vast majority of the initial attention surrounding US rock band the Wallflowers concerned the fact that one Jakob Luke Dylan (9 December 1969, New York City, New York, USA), the son of Bob Dylan, was their songwriter, singer and guitarist. Interest in his career was only natural, though on the evidence of the Wallflowers self-titled debut for Virgin Records in 1992, there was more to the band than simple nepotism. Dylan was joined on the album by Tobi Miller (guitar/vocals), Rami Jaffee (b. 11 March 1969, Los Angeles, California, USA; keyboards), Barrie Maguire (b. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA; bass/vocals) and Peter Yanowitz (b. 13 September 1967, Chicago, Illinois, USA; drums). However, despite good reviews, the album failed to translate critical approval into sales. At that point Virgins management changed and the Wallflowers found themselves without a label. Wed been on the road awhile after the first album, got home, and then...