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  • freedom.h33t.txt (0.0 KB)
Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers - Damn the Torpedoes (MFSL) 1979
  • 1 Refugee.flac (21.1 MB)
  • 2 Here Comes My Girl.flac (26.1 MB)
  • 3 Even The Losers.flac (25.6 MB)
  • 4 Shadow Of A Doubt (A Complex Kid).flac (29.5 MB)
  • 5 Century City.flac (24.7 MB)
  • 6 Don't Do Me Like That.flac (16.8 MB)
  • 7 You Tell Me.flac (25.9 MB)
  • 8 What Are You Doin' In My Life_.flac (21.9 MB)
  • 9 Louisiana Rain.flac (33.6 MB)
  • progress.txt (5.5 KB)
Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers - Echo 1999
  • 01 Room At the Top.flac (30.7 MB)
  • 02 Counting On You.flac (28.0 MB)
  • 03 Free Girl Now.flac (27.4 MB)
  • 04 Lonesome Sundown.flac (29.5 MB)
  • 05 Swingin'.flac (37.9 MB)
  • 06 Accused Of Love.flac (20.6 MB)
  • 07 Echo.flac (47.2 MB)
  • 08 Won't Last Long.flac (33.0 MB)
  • 09 Billy The Kid.flac (31.2 MB)
  • 10 I Don't Wanna Fight.flac (22.8 MB)
  • 11 This One's For Me.flac (19.3 MB)
  • 12 No More.flac (19.2 MB)
  • 13 About To Give Out.flac (24.4 MB)
  • 14 Rhino Skin.flac (25.7 MB)
  • 15 One More Day, One More Night.flac (38.6 MB)
  • Echo.log (5.9 KB)
Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers - Hard Promises (MFSL) 1981
  • 01 - The Waiting.flac (25.7 MB)
  • 02 - A Woman in Love (It's Not Me).flac (24.8 MB)
  • 03 - Nightwatchman.flac (24.8 MB)
  • 04 - Something Big.flac (28.5 MB)
  • 05 - Kings Road.flac (22.8 MB)
  • 06 - Letting You Go.flac (20.1 MB)
  • 07 - A Thing About You.flac (23.0 MB)
  • 08 - Insider.flac (24.4 MB)
  • 09 - The Criminal Kind.flac (24.8 MB)
  • 10 - You Can Still Change Your Mind.flac (22.7 MB)
  • Hard Promises - MFSL UDCD 565.CUE (2.1 KB)
  • Hard Promises - MFSL UDCD 565.log (2.9 KB)
  • Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers - Hard Promises (MFSL) (1981) [FLAC].m3u (0.3 KB)
Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers - Into The Great Wide Open 1991
  • 01. Learning To Fly - Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers.flac (29.3 MB)
  • 02. Kings Highway - Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers.flac (22.0 MB)
  • 03. Into The Great Wide Open - Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers.flac (26.6 MB)
  • 04. Two Gunslingers - Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers.flac (23.4 MB)
  • 05. The Dark Of The Sun - Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers.flac (25.3 MB)
  • 06. All Or Nothin' - Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers.flac (26.8 MB)
  • 07. All The Wrong Reasons - Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers.flac (27.7 MB)
  • 08. Too Good To Be True - Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers.flac (27.6 MB)
  • 09. Out In The Cold - Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers.flac (24.4 MB)
  • 10. You And I Will Meet Again - Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers.flac (26.6 MB)
  • 11. Makin' Some Noise - Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers.flac (23.8 MB)
  • 12. Built To Last - Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers.flac (25.5 MB)
  • Into The Great Wide Open.cue (2.6 KB)
  • Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers - Into The Great Wide Open.log (5.9 KB)
Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers - Long After Dark 1982
  • 01 - A One Story Town.flac (22.6 MB)
  • 02 - You Got Lucky.flac (24.5 MB)
  • 03 - Deliver Me.flac (24.0 MB)
  • 04 - Change Of Heart.flac (23.4 MB)
  • 05 - Finding Out.flac (26.8 MB)
  • 06 - We Stand A Chance.flac (25.3 MB)
  • 07 - Straight Into Darkness.flac (25.8 MB)
  • 08 - The Same Old You.flac (24.1 MB)
  • 09 - Between Two Worlds.flac (35.2 MB)
  • 10 - A Wasted Life.flac (27.6 MB)
  • Long After Dark [2009 Japan SHM-CD].CUE (1.8 KB)
  • Long After Dark [2009 Japan SHM-CD].log (4.3 KB)
  • Tom Petty - Long After Dark [2009 Japan SHM-CD].m3u (0.3 KB)
Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers - Mojo 2010
  • 01 - Jefferson Jericho Blues.flac (23.1 MB)
  • 02 - First Flash Of Freedom.flac (44.6 MB)
  • 03 - Running Man's Bible.flac (40.7 MB)
  • 04 - The Trip To Pirate's Cove.flac (32.1 MB)
  • 05 - Candy.flac (27.3 MB)
  • 06 - No Reason To Cry.flac (18.2 MB)
  • 07 - I Should Have Known It.flac (25.7 MB)
  • 08 - U.S. 41.flac (18.2 MB)
  • 09 - Takin' My Time.flac (25.7 MB)
  • 10 - Let Yourself Go.flac (22.8 MB)
  • 11 - Don't Pull Me Over.flac (25.6 MB)
  • 12 - Lover's Touch.flac (24.4 MB)
  • 13 - High In The Morning.flac (23.4 MB)
  • 14 - Something Good Coming.flac (23.3 MB)
  • 15 - Good Enough.flac (37.3 MB)
  • Mojo.cue (2.5 KB)
  • Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers - Mojo.log (6.4 KB)
Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers - Self Titled 1976
  • 01. Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers - Rockin' Around (With You).flac (16.8 MB)
  • 02. Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers - Breakdown.flac (15.6 MB)
  • 03. Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers - Hometown Blues.flac (13.5 MB)
  • 04. Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers - The Wild One, Forever.flac (18.4 MB)
  • 05. Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers - Anything That's Rock 'n' Roll.flac (16.3 MB)
  • 06. Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers - Strangered In The Night.flac (24.5 MB)
  • 07. Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers - Fooled Again (I Don't Like It).flac (24.9 MB)
  • 08. Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers - Mystery Man.flac (17.5 MB)
  • 09. Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers - Luna.flac (22.3 MB)
  • 10. Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers - American Girl.flac (23.9 MB)
  • Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers.cue (2.6 KB)
  • Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers.log (5.3 KB)
Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers - She's The One 1996
  • 01 - Walls (Circus).flac (32.6 MB)
  • 02 - Grew Up Fast.flac (29.7 MB)
  • 03 - Zero From Outer Space.flac (22.8 MB)
  • 04 - Climb That Hill.flac (27.2 MB)
  • 05 - Change the Locks.flac (35.2 MB)
  • 06 - Angel Dream (No. 4).flac (16.9 MB)
  • 07 - Hope You Never.flac (20.5 MB)
  • 08 - Asshole.flac (20.8 MB)
  • 09 - Supernatural Radio.flac (35.3 MB)
  • 10 - California.flac (18.6 MB)
  • 11 - Hope on Board.flac (6.9 MB)
  • 12 - Walls (No. 3).flac (20.9 MB)
  • 13 - Angel Dream (No. 2).flac (13.7 MB)
  • 14 - Hung Up and Overdue.flac (39.4 MB)
  • 15 - Airport.flac (5.4 MB)
Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers - Southern Accents 1985
  • 01. Rebels - Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers.flac (35.4 MB)
  • 02. It Ain't Nothin' to Me - Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers.flac (34.6 MB)
  • 03. Don't Come Around Here No More - Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers.flac (34.0 MB)
  • 04. Southern Accents - Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers.flac (24.5 MB)
  • 05. Make It Better (Forget About Me) - Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers.flac (28.5 MB)
  • 06. Spike - Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers.flac (19.3 MB)
  • 07. Dogs on the Run - Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers.flac (23.6 MB)
  • 08. Mary's New Car - Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers.flac (23.5 MB)
  • 09. The Best of Everything - Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers.flac (23.3 MB)
  • Southern Accents.cue (2.0 KB)
  • Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers - Southern Accents.log (4.8 KB)
Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers - The Last DJ 2002
  • (01) The Last DJ.flac (28.1 MB)
  • (02) Money Becomes King.flac (37.2 MB)
  • (03) Dreamville.flac (27.5 MB)
  • (04) Joe.flac (23.3 MB)
  • (05) When A Kid Goes Bad.flac (35.4 MB)
  • (06) Like A Diamond.flac (29.6 MB)
  • (07) Lost Children.flac (33.7 MB)
  • (08) Blue Sunday.flac (19.5 MB)
  • (09) You And Me.flac (24.3 MB)
  • (10) The Man Who Loves Women.flac (21.0 MB)
  • (11) Have Love Will Travel.flac (28.9 MB)
  • (12) Can't Stop The Sun.flac (33.8 MB)
  • Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers - The Last DJ.log (3.0 KB)
Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers - You're Gonna Get It! 1978
  • 01. When The Time Comes - Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers.flac (19.3 MB)
  • 02. You're Gonna Get It - Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers.flac (19.6 MB)
  • 03. Hurt - Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers.flac (21.3 MB)
  • 04. Magnolia - Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers.flac (19.7 MB)
  • 05. Too Much Ain't Enough - Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers.flac (20.1 MB)
  • 06. I Need To Know - Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers.flac (17.9 MB)
  • 07. Listen To Her Heart - Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers.flac (21.2 MB)
  • 08. No Second Thoughts - Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers.flac (17.8 MB)
  • 09. Restless - Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers.flac (22.4 MB)
  • 10. Baby's A Rock 'N' Roller - Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers.flac (20.1 MB)
  • Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers - You're Gonna Get It.log (5.0 KB)
  • You're Gonna Get It.cue (2.4 KB)
Tom Petty - Full Moon Fever 1989
  • Full Moon Fever.cue (2.2 KB)
  • Tom Petty - Full Moon Fever - 01. Free Fallin'.flac (27.8 MB)
  • Tom Petty - Full Moon Fever - 02. I Won't Back Down.flac (19.2 MB)
  • Tom Petty - Full Moon Fever - 03. Love Is A Long Road.flac (27.8 MB)
  • Tom Petty - Full Moon Fever - 04. A Face In The Crowd.flac (26.3 MB)
  • Tom Petty - Full Moon Fever - 05. Runnin' Down A Dream.flac (31.5 MB)
  • Tom Petty - Full Moon Fever - 06. Feel A Whole Lot Better.flac (18.6 MB)
  • Tom Petty - Full Moon Fever - 07. Yer So Bad.flac (20.7 MB)
  • Tom Petty - Full Moon Fever - 08. Depending On You.flac (19.1 MB)
  • Tom Petty - Full Moon Fever - 09. The Apartment Song.flac (17.6 MB)
  • Tom Petty - Full Moon Fever - 10. Alright For Now.flac (10.4 MB)
  • Tom Petty - Full Moon Fever - 11. A Mind With A Heart Of Its Own.flac (23.9 MB)
  • Tom Petty - Full Moon Fever - 12. Zombie Zoo.flac (20.4 MB)
  • Tom Petty - Full Moon Fever.log (6.1 KB)
  • Tom Petty - Full Moon Fever.m3u (1.2 KB)
Tom Petty - Highway Companion 2006
  • log.txt (3.4 KB)
  • Tom Petty - Highway Companion - 01 - Saving Grace.flac (27.4 MB)
  • Tom Petty - Highway Companion - 02 - Square One.flac (19.6 MB)
  • Tom Petty - Highway Companion - 03 - Flirting With Time.flac (24.3 MB)
  • Tom Petty - Highway Companion - 04 - Down South.flac (25.0 MB)
  • Tom Petty - Highway Companion - 05 - Jack.flac (16.7 MB)
  • Tom Petty - Highway Companion - 06 - Turn This Car Around.flac (26.5 MB)
  • Tom Petty - Highway Companion - 07 - Big Weekend.flac (23.8 MB)
  • Tom Petty - Highway Companion - 08 - Night Driver.flac (32.7 MB)
  • Tom Petty - Highway Companion - 09 - Damaged By Love.flac (23.3 MB)
  • Tom Petty - Highway Companion - 10 - This Old Town.flac (27.9 MB)
  • Tom Petty - Highway Companion - 11 - Ankle Deep.flac (24.7 MB)
  • Tom Petty - Highway Companion - 12 - The Golden Rose.flac (31.1 MB)
Tom Petty - Wildflowers 1994
  • 01. Wildflowers - Tom Petty.flac (20.2 MB)
  • 02. You Don't Know How It Feels - Tom Petty.flac (35.2 MB)
  • 03. Time to Move On - Tom Petty.flac (21.3 MB)
  • 04. You Wreck Me - Tom Petty.flac (25.2 MB)
  • 05. It's Good to be King - Tom Petty.flac (35.4 MB)
  • 06. Only a Broken Heart - Tom Petty.flac (30.2 MB)
  • 07. Honey Bee - Tom Petty.flac (35.7 MB)
  • 08. Don't Fade on Me - Tom Petty.flac (18.1 MB)
  • 09. Hard on Me - Tom Petty.flac (25.3 MB)
  • 10. Cabin Down Below - Tom Petty.flac (20.6 MB)
  • 11. To Find a Friend - Tom Petty.flac (23.8 MB)
  • 12. A Higher Place - Tom Petty.flac (30.1 MB)
  • 13. House in the Woods - Tom Petty.flac (37.7 MB)
  • 14. Crawling Back to You - Tom Petty.flac (32.6 MB)
  • 15. Wake Up Time - Tom Petty.flac (33.3 MB)
  • Tom Petty - Wildflowers.log (6.5 KB)
  • Wildflowers.cue (2.5 KB)

Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers is the eponymous debut album by the band of the same name, released in late 1976. Initially following its release, the album received little attention in the United States.

Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers is the eponymous debut album by the band of the same name, released in late 1976. The album was recorded and mixed at the Shelter Studio, Hollywood, California. Tracks: 1. "Rockin' Around (With You)" (Petty, Mike Campbell) †2:26 2. "Breakdown" †2:42 3. "Hometown Blues" †2:12 4. "The Wild One, Forever" †3:01 5. "Anything That's Rock 'n' Roll" †2:24 6. "Strangered in the Night" †3:30 7. "Fooled Again (I Don't Like.

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Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers. Album, 1976, WEA. Tracklist. 1. Rockin' Around (with You). 4. The Wild One, Forever. 8. Just Like A Woman. 9. Blowin' In The Wind. That Lucky Old Sun. 11. So You Want To Be A R-n-R Star. 13. Like A Rolling Stone.

Tom Petty - Discography (1976). Формат: MP3, tracks, 320kbps Год выпуска: 1976 - 2010 Страна: USA Жанр: Heartland Rock, Hard Rock, Blues Rock, Country Rock, Folk Rock, Classic Rock Продолжительность: 50:02:02 Описание: Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers

Tom Petty - Discography (1976). Формат: MP3, tracks, 320kbps Год выпуска: 1976 - 2010 Страна: USA Жанр: Heartland Rock, Hard Rock, Blues Rock, Country Rock, Folk Rock, Classic Rock Продолжительность: 50:02:02 Описание: Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers. 1976 - Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers 00. 01. Rockin' Around 02. Breakdown 03. Hometown Blues 04.

studio albums with Heartbreakers: 1976 - Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers 1978 - You're Gonna Get It - 1986 1979 - Damn The Torpedoes 1981 - Hard Promises.

studio albums with Heartbreakers: 1976 - Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers 1978 - You're Gonna Get It - 1986 1979 - Damn The Torpedoes 1981 - Hard Promises 1982 - Long After Dark - 2001 1985 - Southern Accents 1987 - Let Me Up (I've Had. Enough) 1991 - Into The Great Wide Open 1993 - Something In The Air (Single) (Vinyl Rip) 1994 - Mary Jane's Last Dance (2CD Single) 1996 - She's The One (Songs and.

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This is part of my Tom Petty bootleg series collection that I have put together over the years. This part (volumes 1-3) covers 1976-1980. Since this a compilation, the lineage varies from track to track. 4-01 Anything That's Rock N' Roll (Live At Studio B Television Centre, London England 6/20/78) 4-02 Fooled Again (I Don't Like It) 4-03 I Need To Know (Live At Studio B Television Centre, London England 6/20/78) 4-04 Breakdown (Live At Studio B. Television Centre, London England 6/20/78) 4-05 Listen To Her Heart (Live At Studio B Television Centre, London England 6/20/78) 4-06 You're Gonna Get It!

Rock, Folk Rock) The Traveling Wilburys - Дискография – The Discography (George Harrison, Jeff Lynne, Roy Orbison, Tom Petty, Bob Dylan) (2 Studio + 1 Compilation Albums, 3 Issues, 4CD) - 1988-2007, FLAC (image+. cue), lossless . 5 GB (Classic.

Rock, Folk Rock) The Traveling Wilburys - Дискография – The Discography (George Harrison, Jeff Lynne, Roy Orbison, Tom Petty, Bob Dylan) (2 Studio + 1 Compilation Albums, 3 Issues, 4CD) - 1988-2007, FLAC (image+. 5 GB (Classic Rock) Tom Petty - An American Treasure (Deluxe) - 2018, FLAC (tracks), lossless . GB (Rock) Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers - The Best Of Everything (The Definitive Career Spanning Hits Collection 1976-2016 - 2019 (2CD), FLAC (image+

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File Size: 4.10 GB
Label: Shelter, Backstreet, MCA, Warner Bros., American
Albums, Years & Catalog # in this Torrent:
Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers 1976 (not my rip)
You're Gonna Get It! 1978 R2 78178
Damn The Torpedoes 1979 MFSL (not my rip)
Hard Promises 1981 MFSL (not my rip)
Long After Dark 1982 (not my rip)
Southern Accents 1985 MCABD-5486
Let Me Up (I've Had Enough) 1987 (not my rip)
Into The Great Wide Open 1991 MCASD-10317
Echo 1999 (not my rip)
The Last DJ 2002 (not my rip)
Mojo 2010 (not my rip)
Solo Albums:
Full Moon Fever 1989 MCAXD-6253
Wildflowers 1994 CDW 45759
Highway Companion 2006 (not my rip)
I would like to thank the many original uploaders, including Demonoid members Obbrich (thanks for Mojo - what an awesome Petty album), King McQueen, Millertime 428 for forfilling my request for the Self Titled 1976 album and cjl for Hard promises. I'll be putting up a part 2 torrentin due time which will include Greatest Hits, Lives, Compilations and some works that Petty was involved in.
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Thomas Earl "Tom" Petty (born October 20, 1950) is an American singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. He is the frontman of Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers and was a founding member of the late 1980s supergroup Traveling Wilburys and Mudcrutch. He has also performed under the pseudonyms of Charlie T. Wilbury, Jr. and Muddy Wilbury.
He has recorded a number of hit singles with the Heartbreakers and as a solo artist, many of which remain heavily played on adult contemporary and classic rock radio. His music, notably his hits, has become popular among younger generations as he continues to host sold-out shows.[1] Throughout his career, Petty and his collaborators have sold 60 million albums.[2]
Petty and his band the Heartbreakers celebrated their 30th anniversary with a tour in 2006, though Petty has occasionally released solo work, such as 2006's Highway Companion[3], on which he performed most of the backing instrumentation. Members of the Heartbreakers have played on each of his solo albums and the band has always backed him when touring in support of those albums. He has also toured with Mudcrutch in order to promote their debut album.
Petty has been managed by Tony Dimitriades since 1976.[4] On February 3, 2008, Petty and the Heartbreakers performed at the Super Bowl XLII Halftime show.

Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers 1976

Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers is the eponymous debut album by the band of the same name, released in late 1976.
Initially following its release, the album received little attention in the United States. Following a British tour, it climbed to #24 on the UK album chart and the single "Anything That's Rock 'n' Roll" became a hit in the UK. After nearly a year and many positive reviews, the album reached the U.S. charts, where it climbed to #55 in 1978 and eventually went Gold. The single "Breakdown" cracked the Top 40 in the U.S. and "American Girl" became an FM radio staple which can still be heard today.[1]
The album was recorded and mixed at the Shelter Studio, Hollywood, California.
Tracks:
1. "Rockin' Around (With You)" (Petty, Mike Campbell) – 2:26
2. "Breakdown" – 2:42
3. "Hometown Blues" – 2:12
4. "The Wild One, Forever" – 3:01
5. "Anything That's Rock 'n' Roll" – 2:24
6. "Strangered in the Night" – 3:30
7. "Fooled Again (I Don't Like It)" – 3:49
8. "Mystery Man" – 3:02
9. "Luna" – 3:57
10. "American Girl" – 3:31
You're Gonna Get It! 1978

You're Gonna Get It! is the second album by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, released in 1978. Originally, the album was to be titled Terminal Romance. Like its self-titled predecessor, this album includes tight melodic songs awash in ringing guitars and organ. It reached #23 on Billboard's Top LP's & Tapes chart in 1978. It also earned Petty and the Heartbreakers their first gold record.
Tracks:
1. "When the Time Comes" – 2:48
2. "You're Gonna Get It" – 2:59
3. "Hurt" (Petty, Mike Campbell) – 3:19
4. "Magnolia" – 3:02
5. "Too Much Ain't Enough" – 2:58
6. "I Need to Know" – 2:27
7. "Listen to Her Heart" – 3:05
8. "No Second Thoughts" – 2:42
9. "Restless" – 3:24
10. "Baby's a Rock 'n' Roller" (Petty, Campbell) – 2:55
Damn The Torpedoes 1979

Damn the Torpedoes is the third album by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers released in 1979 by MCA Records.[1] It was released to commercial success and critical acclaim becoming the band's breakthrough album.[1] In 2003, the album was ranked number 313 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time.
Damn the Torpedoes was the Heartbreakers first for MCA Records.[1] Their old label, Shelter, had been sold to MCA. Petty struggled to legally detach himself from MCA, resulting in his bankruptcy.[1] In the end the record company backed down, and he negotiated a deal that allowed him to release his recordings on the new Backstreet Records label, manufactured and distributed by MCA.[1] The album was recorded at Sound City in Van Nuys and Cherokee Studios in Hollywood.[2] The title is a reference to a famous quote by Admiral David Farragut: "Damn the torpedoes, full speed ahead!".
Damn the Torpedoes was released in October of 1979. The album was a breakthrough for Petty and the Heartbreakers. It was his first top 10 album rising to #2 hit (for seven weeks and kept from #1 by Pink Floyd's The Wall) on the Billboard's Albums chart.[3] It yielded two songs that made the top-fifteen on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart, "Don't Do Me Like That" (#10) and "Refugee" (#15). It was a commercial success as well. Thanks to the new co-producer Jimmy Iovine, Damn the Torpedoes proved to be a major leap forward in production.
Tracks:
1. "Refugee" (Petty, Mike Campbell) – 3:22
2. "Here Comes My Girl" (Petty, Campbell) – 4:27
3. "Even the Losers" – 4:01
4. "Shadow of a Doubt (A Complex Kid)" – 4:25
5. "Century City" – 3:45
6. "Don't Do Me Like That" – 2:44
7. "You Tell Me" – 4:35
8. "What Are You Doin' in My Life?" – 3:27
9. "Louisiana Rain" – 5:54
Hard Promises 1981

Hard Promises is the fourth album by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers released in May, 1981. Its original working title was Benmont's Revenge.[1] It features guest vocals from Stevie Nicks of Fleetwood Mac on the duet "Insider". They would also record the hit "Stop Draggin' My Heart Around" for Nicks' album Bella Donna.
This was the second Tom Petty album on the Backstreet Records label. The album's release was delayed while Petty and his distributor MCA Records argued about the list price. The album was slated to be the next MCA release with the new list price of $9.98, following Steely Dan's Gaucho and the Olivia Newton-John/Electric Light Orchestra Xanadu soundtrack. This so-called "superstar pricing" was $1.00 more than the usual list price of $8.98.[2] Petty voiced his objections to the price hike in the press and the issue became a popular cause among music fans. Non-delivery of the album or naming it Eight Ninety-Eight were considered, but eventually MCA decided against the price increase.[3]
During the recording of the album John Lennon was scheduled to be in the same studio at the same time. Tom Petty was looking forward to meeting him when he came in. The meeting would never occur; unfortunately, John Lennon was shot before he could ever make it into the studio. In order to pay tribute to one of their influences the band decided to etch "WE LOVE YOU JL" on the master copy of the album. To this day "WE LOVE YOU JL" is seen on every Hard Promises vinyl copy pressed.[4] The album's title comes from a line in the chorus of "Insider".
Tracks:
1. "The Waiting" – 3:58
2. "A Woman in Love (It's Not Me)" (Petty, Mike Campbell) – 4:22
3. "Nightwatchman" (Petty, Campbell) – 3:59
4. "Something Big" – 4:44
5. "Kings Road" – 3:27
6. "Letting You Go" – 3:24
7. "A Thing About You" – 3:33
8. "Insider" – 4:23
9. "The Criminal Kind" – 4:00
10. "You Can Still Change Your Mind" (Petty, Campbell) – 4:15
Long After Dark 1982

Long After Dark is the fifth album by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, released in November 1982 on Backstreet Records. Notable for the major MTV hit "You Got Lucky", the album was also the first to feature the late Howie Epstein on bass and harmony vocals. Epstein's vocals are evident throughout the album, most notably on "Change of Heart". From this point on Epstein's vocals became an integral part of the Heartbreakers' sound. There was a song recorded for this album called "Keeping Me Alive", which Petty himself is very fond of but the producer, Jimmy Iovine, disliked. Petty has expressed that he feels the album would have turned out better if the song had been included on the album.
Tracks:
1. "A One Story Town" (Tom Petty) – 3:06
2. "You Got Lucky" (Petty, Mike Campbell) – 3:37
3. "Deliver Me" (Petty) – 3:28
4. "Change of Heart" (Petty) – 3:18
5. "Finding Out" (Petty, Campbell) – 3:36
6. "We Stand a Chance" (Petty) – 3:38
7. "Straight into Darkness" (Petty) – 3:49
8. "The Same Old You" (Petty, Campbell) – 3:31
9. "Between Two Worlds" (Petty, Campbell) – 5:12
10. "A Wasted Life" (Petty) – 4:35
Southern Accents 1985

Southern Accents is a 1985 album by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. "Don't Come Around Here No More," cowritten by Dave Stewart of the Eurythmics, peaked at #13 on the Billboard Hot 100. Its music video featured Alice in Wonderland imagery. "Southern Accents" was later covered by Johnny Cash for his Unchained album in 1996, on which members of the Heartbreakers play.
The recording sessions saw some tension between the band members, as each had a different vision for the album. Originally conceived as a concept album, the theme of "Southern Accents" became somewhat murky with the inclusion of three songs co-written by Stewart, and three other songs originally planned for the album left off. Songs cut from the track list include "Trailer," "The Image of Me" and "The Apartment Song." These can be found on Playback, a box set released 10 years later that included familiar songs with outtakes, b-sides and other rarities.
While mixing the opening track "Rebels" Petty became frustrated and punched a wall, severely breaking his left hand. Subsequent surgery on his hand left him with several pins, wires and screws to hold his hand together
Tracks:
1. "Rebels" – 5:21
2. "It Ain't Nothin' to Me" (Petty, Dave Stewart) – 5:12
3. "Don't Come Around Here No More" (Petty, Stewart) – 5:07
4. "Southern Accents" – 4:44
5. "Make It Better (Forget About Me)" (Petty, Stewart) – 4:23
6. "Spike" – 3:32
7. "Dogs on the Run" (Petty, Mike Campbell) – 3:40
8. "Mary's New Car" – 3:47
9. "The Best of Everything" – 4:03
Let Me Up (I've Had Enough) 1987

Let Me Up (I've Had Enough) is an album by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, released in 1987. This album features more songwriting collaborations between Petty and Mike Campbell than any other Petty album. It's notable for being the only studio album not represented on Petty's 1993 Greatest Hits album, even though the single "Jammin' Me" was #1 on the Mainstream Rock Tracks for four weeks.
Tracks:
1. "Jammin' Me" (Petty, Bob Dylan, Mike Campbell) – 4:09
2. "Runaway Trains" (Petty, Campbell) – 5:13
3. "The Damage You've Done" – 3:53
4. "It'll All Work Out" – 3:11
5. "My Life/Your World" (Petty, Campbell) – 4:40
6. "Think About Me" – 3:45
7. "All Mixed Up" (Petty, Campbell) – 3:42
8. "A Self-Made Man" – 3:02
9. "Ain't Love Strange" – 2:40
10. "How Many More Days" – 3:18
11. "Let Me Up (I've Had Enough)" (Petty, Campbell) – 3:31
Into The Great Wide Open 1991

Into the Great Wide Open is the eighth studio album by American rock band Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, first released in July 1991 (see 1991 in music). The album was the band's last with MCA Records. The album was the second Petty produced with Jeff Lynne after the success of 1989's Full Moon Fever.
The first single "Learning to Fly" became his joint longest-running number one single (along with "The Waiting") on the Mainstream Rock Tracks, spending six weeks at the top spot. The second single "Out in the Cold" also made #1 on the Mainstream Rock chart, albeit only for two weeks.
Tracks:
1. "Learning to Fly" – 4:02
2. "Kings Highway" (Petty) – 3:08
3. "Into the Great Wide Open" – 3:43
4. "Two Gunslingers" (Petty) – 3:09
5. "The Dark of the Sun" – 3:23
6. "All or Nothin'" (Petty, Mike Campbell, Lynne) – 4:07
7. "All the Wrong Reasons" – 3:46
8. "Too Good to Be True" (Petty) – 3:59
9. "Out in the Cold" – 3:40
10. "You and I Will Meet Again" (Petty) – 3:42
11. "Makin' Some Noise" (Petty, Campbell, Lynne) – 3:27
12. "Built to Last" – 4:00
She's The One 1996

Songs and Music From the Motion Picture "She's the One" is the ninth studio album by American rock band Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, first released in August 1996 (see 1996 in music). The album served as the soundtrack for the 1996 film, She's the One, written and directed by Edward Burns.
Songs and Music From the Motion Picture "She's the One" peaked at #15 on The Billboard 200 and would be certified Gold (500,000 copies sold) by the R.I.A.A. in December of '96. The track "Walls (Circus)" peaked #69 on Billboard Hot 100 while peaking at #6 on the Mainstream Rock Tracks chart. "Climb That Hill" would also peak at #6 on the Mainstream Rock Tracks chart while "Change The Locks" peaked at #20.
This album was not mentioned on the four-hour Petty documentary Runnin' Down A Dream, though Tom could be seen doing a studio session of the song "Angel Dream."
Tracks:
1. "Walls (Circus)" – 4:25
2. "Grew Up Fast" – 5:09
3. "Zero From Outer Space" – 3:08
4. "Climb That Hill" (Petty, Mike Campbell) – 3:57
5. "Change the Locks" (Lucinda Williams) – 4:56 - Cover of Lucinda Williams song
6. "Angel Dream (No. 4)" – 2:28
7. "Hope You Never" – 3:02
8. "Asshole" (Beck Hansen) – 3:11 - Cover of Beck song
9. "Supernatural Radio" – 5:22
10. "California" – 2:39
11. "Hope On Board" (instrumental) - 1:18
12. "Walls (No. 3)" – 3:03
13. "Angel Dream (No. 2)" – 2:27
14. "Hung Up and Overdue" – 5:48
15. "Airport" (instrumental) - 0:58
Echo 1999

Echo is the 10th studio album by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. First released in April 1999, the album reached #10 on the Billboard 200 aided by the singles "Free Girl Now," "Swingin'" and "Room At The Top," which hit #5, #17 and #19 respectively on Billboard's Mainstream Rock Tracks in 1999. The album was the band's last collaboration with producer Rick Rubin, and was also the last to feature contributions from long time bassist/vocalist Howie Epstein, who died of a heroin overdose in 2003. Echo was certified Gold (500,000 copies sold) by the R.I.A.A. in July of 1999, only three months after it was released. Echo is the only Heartbreakers' album to contain a lead vocal from another member of the band: Mike Campbell on "I Don't Wanna Fight."
Only a handful of songs were played on the band's tour that year, and none have been played since 2000. The record was largely written during a period when Petty was going through a painful divorce (influencing the lyrics of songs such as "Lonesome Sundown" and the title track), and Petty has cited that as the reason for his preference not to play any songs from the album in concert. However, "Room at the Top", "Free Girl Now" and "I Don't Wanna Fight" all appear in the concert film "High Grass Dogs: Live at the Fillmore" and a version of "Billy the Kid" appears on "The Live Anthology". Out of all the songs on this album, "Billy the Kid" has been played the most in concert.
Tracks:
1. "Room at the Top" – 5:00
2. "Counting on You" – 4:05
3. "Free Girl Now" – 3:30
4. "Lonesome Sundown" – 4:32
5. "Swingin'" – 5:30
6. "Accused of Love" – 2:45
7. "Echo" – 6:36
8. "Won't Last Long" – 4:22
9. "Billy the Kid" – 4:08
10. "I Don't Wanna Fight" (Mike Campbell) – 2:47
11. "This One's for Me" – 2:42
12. "No More" – 3:15
13. "About to Give Out" – 3:12
14. "Rhino Skin" – 3:57
15. "One More Day, One More Night" – 5:37
The Last DJ 2002

The Last DJ is the eleventh studio album by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. The tracks "The Last DJ", "Money Becomes King", "Joe", and "Can't Stop the Sun" are attacks on the greediness of the music industry.
Although he first claimed that the album and title track were both works of fiction, Petty later admitted that both were inspired by Los Angeles DJ Jim Ladd[1], although he had already claimed this on Ladd's radio show, prior to the album's release.
A "limited edition" digipack version of the album was also released, including a DVD of music videos and other footage shot during the album's production.
The album reached #9 on the Billboard 200 aided by the single "The Last DJ" which hit #22 on Billboard's Mainstream Rock Tracks in 2002. As of 2010, The Last DJ has sold 353,000 copies in the U.S. according to Nielsen SoundScan.[2]
In an episode of The Simpsons entitled "How I Spent My Strummer Vacation", Homer receives song-writing lessons from Tom Petty, and in the original airing the track "The Last DJ" can be heard playing over the radio in the final scene. The song was changed for syndication.
Tracks:
1. "The Last DJ" – 3:48
2. "Money Becomes King" – 5:10
3. "Dreamville" – 3:46
4. "Joe" – 3:15
5. "When a Kid Goes Bad" – 4:56
6. "Like a Diamond" – 4:32
7. "Lost Children" – 4:28
8. "Blue Sunday" (Petty, Mike Campbell) – 2:56
9. "You and Me" – 2:57
10. "The Man Who Loves Women" – 2:53
11. "Have Love Will Travel" – 4:05
12. "Can't Stop the Sun" (Petty, Campbell) – 4:59
Mojo 2010

Mojo is the twelfth studio album by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, released on June 15, 2010 on CD and June 29 on BD.[1][2] It is his first album with the Heartbreakers in eight years.[3] Mojo debuted at number two on the U.S. Billboard 200, selling 125,000 copies in its first week of release.[4] The first single "I Should Have Known It" is currently sitting at number 42 on Billboards Rock Songs Chart
In November 2009, Petty told Rolling Stone's David Fricke that it was his intention to record the album live in the studio without overdubs.[5]
He said of the album's tone, "It's blues-based. Some of the tunes are longer, more jammy kind of music. A couple of tracks really sound like the Allman Brothers — not the songs but the atmosphere of the band."
Tracks:
1. "Jefferson Jericho Blues"
2. "First Flash of Freedom"
3. "Running Man's Bible"
4. "The Trip to Pirate's Cove"
5. "Candy"
6. "No Reason to Cry"
7. "I Should Have Known It"
8. "U.S. 41"
9. "Takin' My Time"
10. "Let Yourself Go"
11. "Don't Pull Me Over"
12. "Lover's Touch"
13. "High In the Morning"
14. "Something Good Coming"
15. "Good Enough"
Tom Petty Solo
Full Moon Fever 1989

Full Moon Fever is the first solo album by Tom Petty, though it features contributions from several members of his backing band, the Heartbreakers, along with fellow members of the Traveling Wilburys.[1][2] The record shows Petty exploring his musical roots with nods to his influences.[3] The songwriting was mainly collaborations between Petty and Jeff Lynne who was also a producer on the album. The album became a commercial and critical success peaking in the top five on the Billboard 200 and being certified 5x platinum in the United States and 6x platinum in Canada.
Petty had just finished the last Heartbreakers tour behind the album Let Me Up (I've Had Enough) when he decided to record a new album.[1] Since the songs that Petty and Electric Light Orchestra front man/Traveling Wilbury collaborator Jeff Lynne co-wrote sounded "nothing like Heartbreakers songs"[3], Petty decided to record the album as a solo effort. At first, this stirred a bit of controversy amongst some of the Heartbreakers although all of them, except the drummer Stan Lynch, contribute to the album.[1] Recording was a low-key affair with many of Petty's friends contributing including the members of the Traveling Wilburys, minus Bob Dylan.[1] A few songs were recorded for this album that did not make it: "Down the Line" and "Don't Treat Me Like A Stranger" were among them, and were released as b-sides. During the sessions, Petty wrote "Indiana Girl", an early draft of what would eventually become "Mary Jane's Last Dance".
The album is noted for being heavily influenced by Jeff Lynne resulting in a cleaner and glossier version of the Heartbreakers roots rock from previous albums.[1][2] Lynne incorporated layers of keyboards and backing vocals giving it a Beatlesque feel.[1][2] The songs show Petty paying dues to his influences with a Byrds cover ("I'll Feel a Whole Lot Better") and a nod to Del Shannon in "Runnin' Down a Dream". Other songs, such as "Free Fallin'" show Petty addressing nostalgia on his rise to fame.
The album became Petty's commercial peak as an artist helped by favorable critical reviews and three hit singles.[11] The album was released on April 24, 1989 and rose to eventually peak at #3 on the Billboard 200 and number 8 in the UK.[4] Petty released five singles from the album, two hitting the top 20 of the Billboard Hot 100 and three topping the Mainstream Rock chart.[12] The RIAA certified Full Moon Fever 5x platinum on October 5, 2000 and the CRIA certified it 6x platinum on September 18, 1991.[5][6]
Critical praise was generally high with Allmusic giving the album 4 and a half stars, admiring the craft of the album and rivaling it with the Heartbreakers' Damn the Torpedoes.[2] This review notes there are no weak tracks on the album calling it a "minor masterpiece".[2] The original Rolling Stone review compared the album favorably to the Traveling Wilburys first album, Volume 1, saying it has the "same restless charm", but commenting that the album, at times, seems "sprawling".[1] The review claims the album is "another rewarding, low-key side project for Petty" giving it 3 and a half stars out of five.[1] A later Rolling Stone biographer claims Full Moon Fever was a "masterful solo album".
Tracks:
1. "Free Fallin'" – 4:14
2. "I Won't Back Down" – 2:56
3. "Love Is a Long Road" (Mike Campbell, Petty) – 4:06
4. "A Face in the Crowd" – 3:58
5. "Runnin' Down a Dream" (Campbell, Lynne, Petty) – 4:23
6. "I'll Feel a Whole Lot Better" (Gene Clark) – 2:47
7. "Yer So Bad" – 3:05
8. "Depending on You" (Petty) – 2:47
9. "The Apartment Song" (Petty) – 2:31
10. "Alright for Now" (Petty) – 2:00
11. "A Mind with a Heart of Its Own" – 3:29
12. "Zombie Zoo" – 2:56
Wildflowers 1994

Wildflowers is the second solo album by American musician Tom Petty, released in November 1994 (see 1994 in music). The album was the first released by Petty after signing a contract with Warner Bros. Records and the first of three albums produced by Rick Rubin.
Three singles were released from the album between 1994 and 1995, the most successful of which, "You Don't Know How It Feels", reached #13 on the Billboard Hot 100 and topped the Album Rock Tracks chart for one week.
The album features all members of the Heartbreakers with the exception of drummer Stan Lynch, who left the band earlier in 1994. Steve Ferrone plays drums on Wildflowers and would join the band officially the following year. However, the album was not credited to the Heartbreakers because, in Petty's words, "Rick (Rubin) and I both wanted more freedom than to be strapped into five guys."
Tracks:
1. "Wildflowers" – 3:11
2. "You Don't Know How It Feels" – 4:49
3. "Time to Move On" – 3:15
4. "You Wreck Me" (Petty, Mike Campbell) – 3:22
5. "It's Good to Be King" – 5:10
6. "Only a Broken Heart" – 4:30
7. "Honey Bee" – 4:58
8. "Don't Fade on Me" (Petty, Campbell) – 3:32
9. "Hard on Me" – 3:48
10. "Cabin Down Below" – 2:51
11. "To Find a Friend" – 3:23
12. "A Higher Place" – 3:56
13. "House in the Woods" – 5:32
14. "Crawling Back to You" – 5:05
15. "Wake Up Time" – 5:19
Highway Companion 2006

Highway Companion is the third solo album, and fourteenth overall, by American musician Tom Petty first released in late July 2006 (see 2006 in music), and charting at #4 on the Billboard 200 album chart. The album was produced by former Traveling Wilburys bandmate Jeff Lynne, who also produced Petty’s highly-acclaimed first solo album, Full Moon Fever, as well as the Heartbreakers' next album "Into the Great Wide Open". Petty released the album through Rick Rubin's American Recordings label and Warner Bros. Records, where Petty has had a record contract since his second solo album, Wildflowers (which was produced by Rubin). The tracks "Saving Grace" and "Big Weekend" were released July 4, 2006 on the iTunes Music Store.
A streaming version of the album was available on numerous websites before its release. The iTunes release of the album contained extras: a live version of "Saving Grace", the video for "Saving Grace" and an interactive media booklet.
Tracks:
1. "Saving Grace"
2. "Square One"
3. "Flirting with Time"
4. "Down South"
5. "Jack"
6. "Turn This Car Around"
7. "Big Weekend"
8. "Night Driver"
9. "Damaged by Love"
10. "This Old Town"
11. "Ankle Deep"
12. "The Golden Rose"
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