Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers - Into The Great Wide Open


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Geffen

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Pop/Rock

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AGEF 58647
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180 Gram Vinyl Record


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180-gram vinyl

Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers are releasing stand-alone 180-gram vinyl reissues, all but one included as part of The Complete Studio Albums Volume 1 (1976-1991) released last year to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the band's self-titled debut album.

Quality Record Pressings is pressing eight titles, which include Damn the Torpedoes, Hard Promises, Long After Dark, Pack Up The Plantation-Live (2LP), Southern Accents, Let Me Up (I've Had Enough), Full Moon Fever and Into the Great Wide Open. Pack Up The Plantation-Live was not included in the Volume 1 (1976-91) box set.

Each LP includes full replica artwork.

Since Full Moon Fever was an unqualified commercial and critical success, perhaps it made sense that Tom Petty chose to follow its shiny formula when he reunited with the Heartbreakers for its follow-up, Into the Great Wide Open.

Wide Open sounds exactly like Full Moon, thanks to Jeff Lynne's overly stylized production. Again, it sounds like a cross between latter-day ELO and roots rock (much like the Traveling Wilburys, in that sense), but the production has become a touch too careful. There are a number of minor gems —  "Learning to Fly," "Kings Highway," "Into the Great Wide Open," enough for a pleasant listen.



Learning To Fly
Kings Highway
Into The Great Wide Open
Two Gunslingers
The Dark Of The Sun
All Or Nothin'
All The Wrong Reasons
Too Good To Be True
Out In The Cold
You And I Will Meet Again
Makin' Some Noise
Built To Last

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