Tag Archive: Tom Petty

Mudcrutch (Feat. Tom Petty) – Mudcrutch (2008)

Mudcrutch (Feat. Tom Petty) - Mudcrutch (2008)

Mudcrutch (Feat. Tom Petty) – Mudcrutch (2008)
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Label: Reprise | USA | Cat#: 2-455868 | Genre: Southern Rock, Country Rock

Mudcrutch is the first studio album by American rock band Mudcrutch, released on April 29, 2008. The album was recorded during a two-week period in August 2007. Mudcrutch was originally formed in 1970. The band recorded several demos and singles but never released an album.Read More

Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers – Hard Promises (1981) {1992, MFSL, 24-Karat Gold Disc Remastered}

Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers - Hard Promises (1981) {1992, MFSL, 24-Karat Gold Disc Remastered}

Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers – Hard Promises (1981) {1992, MFSL, 24-Karat Gold Disc Remastered}
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Label: MFSL, UltraDisc II | USA | Cat#: UDCD 565 | Genre: Country Rock, Heartland Rock

Damn the Torpedoes wasn’t simply a culmination of Tom Petty’s art; it happened to be a huge success, enabling him to call the shots on its successor, Hard Promises. Infamously, he used his first album as a star to challenge the record industry’s practice of charging more for A-list artists, demanding that Hard Promises should be listed for less than most records by an artist of his statureRead More

Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers – Damn the Torpedoes (1979) {1991, MFSL, 24-Karat Gold Disc Remastered}

Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers - Damn the Torpedoes (1979) {1991, MFSL, 24-Karat Gold Disc Remastered}

Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers – Damn the Torpedoes (1979) {1991, MFSL, 24-Karat Gold Disc Remastered}
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Label: MFSL UltraDisc | Japan | Cat#: UDCD 551 | Genre: Country Rock, Hard Rock

Not long after You’re Gonna Get It, Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers’ label, Shelter, was sold to MCA Records. Petty struggled to free himself from the major label, eventually sending himself into bankruptcy.Read More

Tom Petty – Solo Studio Albums (1989 – 2006)

Tom Petty - Studio Albums (1989 - 2006)

Tom Petty – Studio Albums (1989 – 2006)
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Label: Various | Genre: Country Rock, Blues Rock

Upon the release of their first album in the late ’70s, Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers were shoehorned into the punk/new wave movement by some observers who picked up on the tough, vibrant energy of the group’s blend of Byrds riffs and Stonesy swagger. In a way, the categorization made sense. Compared to the heavy metal and art rock that dominated mid-’70s guitar rock, the Heartbreakers’ Read More

Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers – Discography (1976 – 2015)

Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers - Discography (1976 - 2015)

Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers – Discography (1976 – 2015)
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STUDIO ALBUMS | LIVE ALBUMS | COMPILATIONS | BOX SETS
Label: Various | Genre: Blues Rock, Heartland Rock

Since 1976, Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers have been one of America’s finest rock & roll bands ever, combining the ringing guitars of the Byrds with the gritty rhythmic drive of the Rolling Stones. Petty’s tales of American losers and dreamers were simple and direct, but emotionally charged. The Heartbreakers were a lean, tight band that could handle hard rock & roll and melodic pop equally well. Read More

Mudcrutch (Feat. Tom Petty) – Mudcrutch 2 (2016)

Mudcrutch (Feat. Tom Petty) - Mudcrutch 2 (2016)

Mudcrutch (Feat. Tom Petty) – Mudcrutch 2 (2016)
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Label: Reprise | EU | Cat#: 9362-49208-1 | Genre: Southern Rock, Country Rock

Tom Petty reunited his original Gainesville band Mudcrutch for a lark in 2008. Their eponymous album and short accompanying tour didn’t carry the feeling of unfinished business so much as a good-natured ramble through the past.Read More