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Tom Petty (Official Thread)

Discussion in '70's Music' started by eberg15101, Jan 26, 2010.

  1. Sweaty

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    I wish I could just see him live once, maybe it will happen one day...I can dream....
     
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    Tom Petty ‘Almost Done’ With New Album

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    After hitting the pause button on sessions for their next record to focus on their 2013 summer tour, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers are back at work in the studio.

    In fact, as Petty recently told Rolling Stone, “We’re nearly done with it.” At the start of the tour, Petty believed the new LP would pick up where 2010′s ‘Mojo’ left off; he now says the songs have led the band — working with co-producer Ryan Ulyate — in a different direction.

    “I always say this, but I’m tremendously excited for this one,” Petty said, adding that they have “raised the bar a bit.” “It’s morphed into songs we would’ve written around ‘Wildflowers’ or ‘Damn the Torpedoes,’ but much more distorted.” Given that ‘Wildflowers’ came out in 1994 and ‘Torpedoes’ dates back to 1979, that’s a pretty fair breadth of material to reference, although either way, the promise of more distortion would seem to indicate another step away from some of the band’s quieter, more contemplative efforts.

    One thing that isn’t changing is the no-frills approach Petty has taken to recording in recent years. “Lately, I just roll in, play the song on the guitar, and they just fall in and we work it out,” he mused. “Usually, the first few takes are the best … I think people are going to like it.”
     
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    I found this and I love it 0_0 :bow:.
     
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    You're Gonna Get It


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    Listen to "Fault Lines" from Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers new album "Hypnotic Eye" at the following link:

    Petty premieres track from Hypnotic Eye - Classic Rock

    "Hypnotic Eye" details:

    Track listing

    1. "American Dream Plan B"
    2. "Fault Lines"
    3. "Red River"
    4. "Full Grown Boy"
    5. "All You Can Carry"
    6. "Power Drunk"
    7. "Forgotten Man"
    8. "Sins Of My Youth"
    9. "U Get Me High"
    10. "Burnt Out Town"
    11. "Shadow People"
    12. "Playin' Dumb" (Vinyl, digital and Blu-Ray bonus track)

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    Just a couple of weeks until its out! I can't wait!
     
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    AboutAGirl oh, be nice

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    Anybody get the record? I think it's great.

    Woah woah woah, what is this Playin' Dumb nonsense?? I bought the album digital and did not get this track.

    When Mojo came out, I got the CD and then iTunes had a bonus track! This time, I bought the iTunes and... somebody else had the bonus track this time. Where was it, Amazon? MF'er!
     
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    I never buy downloads, so I have no idea which DL edition it is on, but I checked Amazon and it does not seem to be on that one. So far I've bought the album on CD, so I had to download the track (illegally :whistle:). I might order the vinyl soon, which also has the track. It's definitely worth getting:



    As for the actual album, I'm REALLY enjoying it. Great album.
     
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    Damn The Torpedos


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    Great album! In my opinion it's his best but that's just me.
     
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    It is a great album, new album is also very good, here is a track from it...

    All You Can Carry

     

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