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Don't Come Around Here No More

I’ve mentioned my love for Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers before but as a child, growing up with my friends on the boat yard. I did move away from it and got into newer music and other genres but eventually found my way back. 39 more words

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Blake: New Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers Album "Hypnotic Eye"

Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers new album Hypnotic Eye is now available!

This is the group’s 13th studio album, and Tom says, “it’s very present-day.  It’s where we’re at at this point in our life… And I think it shows that we still really care about doing something that’s contemporary and relevant”. 57 more words


Reason number 4: Because you've listened to "Free Fallin'" enough!

Hypnotic Eye, released this week by Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers is the band’s…uh…shit…I don’t…eighteenth album. Maybe? Twentieth?

Who really knows. All you do know is that Petty and company have been cranking out albums since the seventies and since then, albums have either been solo projects or Heartbreakers’ projects. 459 more words


The Best Around: Here Are Some Greatest Hits Albums Everyone Should Own

The thinking goes, if someone ONLY owns The Essential Bruce Springsteen but still calls themselves a Springsteen fan, they’re full of it. That’s only half true, though — there are some great bands where it’s fine to purchase albums with the word “Ultimate” in the title, while others, well, let’s just say please don’t respond to “what’s your favorite Clash song?” with “Rock the Casbah.” I’m not saying you should ONLY own the albums listed below for the eight artists represented — you should most definitely listen to… 712 more words


Hypnotic Eye by Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers

You say you love me, wish you liked me more…

I’ll tell you my biggest pet peeve in music: artists that sound the same throughout their careers. 296 more words


Rock & Poll: Rate Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers' new album, 'Hypnotic Eye'

The sound on Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers’ new album is pure old school. Hypnotic Eye marks a return to the band’s rock and roll roots, drawing comparisons to the group’s first two albums. 22 more words


Oh, My, My, Oh, Hell Yes, Honey, Put On That Party Dress

Buy me a drink, sing me a song

Take me as I come ’cause I can’t stay long

Last dance with Mary Jane

One more time to kill the pain… 16 more words

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