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Greatest Hits
Artist: Petty, Tom
UPC: 00602547658708
Studio: Universal Music Group
Genre: Popular Music
    OUR PRICE: $27.75  
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Released: July 2016
Additional Information
Units: 2
Weight: 1.25 lbs
Track Listing
1 DISC 1:
2 American Girl
3 You Got Lucky
4 Breakdown
5 Listen to Her Heart
6 I Need to Know
7 Refugee
8 Don't Do Me Like That
9 Even the Losers
10 Here Comes My Girl
11 Waiting, The
12 DISC 2:
13 Don't Come Around Here No More
14 I Won't Back Down
15 Runnin' Down s Dream
16 Free Fallin'
17 Learning to Fly
18 Into the Great Wide Open
19 Mary Jane's Last Dance
20 Something in the Air
Release Date : 07/29/2016
General Description : Performer
Muze Genre-sub class : Rock & Pop
Number of Discs : 2
Running Time : minute 0 second
Performance Recorded : Studio
Review Expert : Spin (1/94, p.76) - Highly Recommended - "...Petty's always had a real ear for the cultural charms of new-Americana--its freeway overpasses, tattoos, and taco shops--which he brilliantly mythologized..." Entertainment Weekly (11/19/93, p.92) - "...give Tom Petty his due...he's finally released a GREATEST HITS album that is just what it says it is..." - Rating: A- Q (12/93, p.143) - 4 Stars - Excellent
Misc Note : Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers: Tom Petty (vocals, guitars, keyboards); Benmobt Tench (vocals, keyboards); Howie Epstein (vocals, bass); Stan Lynch (vocals, drums); Mike Campbell (guitar, keyboards, bass). Producers include: Rick Rubin, Jimmy Iovine, David A. Stewart, Mike Campbell, Jeff Lynne. Digitally remastered by Joe Gastwirt (Oceanview, Los Angeles, California). In the 1970s and '80s, amid the rise of New Wave and synth pop, Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers almost single-handedly brought old-school power-pop and garage-rock musical values into the mainstream. The roots-conscious Floridians are often regarded as "heartland rockers," and tunes like the jangling, Byrds-like "American Girl" certainly make a case for that appellation. At the same time, "Don't Come Around Here No More" and "You Got Lucky" eagerly expand that stylistic template with haunting atmospherics and neo-psychedelic touches. GREATEST HITS offers a handy, hook-laden, single-disc summary of this great American band. It traverses the Heartbreakers' journey from raw, lean '70s enfants terribles to elder rock-&-roll statesmen. Conveniently, it also includes the two best Heartbreakers tunes never to grace one of their studio albums--"Mary Jane's Last Dance" and the Petty/Stevie Nicks duet, "Stop Draggin' My Heart Around."