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tom petty: Full Moon Fevercompact discs
Tom Petty: Full Moon Fever

Release Date: Apr 25, 1989 . Label: MCA . Genres: Rock. Number Of Tracks: 12. 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.

POSTED: 04/23/2009 - 03:26 am

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tom petty: Songs And Music From compact discs
Tom Petty: Songs And Music From "She's The One"

Released: Aug 6, 1996. Genre: Rock. Label: Warner Bros. Number Of Tracks: 13. This is the ninth studio album by American rock band Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. The album served as the soundtrack for the 1996 film, She's the One.

POSTED: 04/01/2009 - 02:36 am

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tom petty: Wildflowerscompact discs
Tom Petty: Wildflowers

Release Date: Nov 1, 1994. Label: Warner Bros.. Genres: Album Rock, Rock & Roll, Heartland Rock. Number Of Tracks: 15. Under the guidance of producer Rick Rubin, Tom Petty turns in a stripped-down, subtle record with Wildflowers.

POSTED: 11/24/2008 - 05:02 am

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tom petty: The Last DJcompact discs
Tom Petty: The Last DJ

Release Date: Oct 8, 2002. Label: Warner Bros.. Genres: Hard Rock, Pop/Rock, Singer/Songwriter, Album Rock. Number Of Tracks: 12. Elsewhere, it gets a little plodding at times, but as a document of a middle-aged rocker who's mad as hell, it's very entertaining.

POSTED: 12/27/2006 - 04:53 am

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tom petty: Highway Companioncompact discs
Tom Petty: Highway Companion

Release Date: Jul 25, 2006. Label: American. Genres: Pop/Rock, Rock & Roll, Album Rock, Southern Rock, Heartland Rock. Number Of Tracks: 12. This album does indeed seem to be ideal music for road trips, but Petty changes gears pretty quickly, down-shifting to the bittersweet acoustic "Square One."

POSTED: 09/26/2006 - 04:26 am

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tom petty: Damn The Torpedoescompact discs
Tom Petty: Damn The Torpedoes

Released: Nov 1979. Label: MCA. Genre: Rock. Styles: Album Rock, Rock & Roll, Hard Rock, Heartland Rock. Number Of Tracks: 9. To refer to Damn the Torpedoes as Tom Petty's breakthrough album is to seriously understate the case.

POSTED: 06/15/2005 - 05:18 am

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