Petty, Tom

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Refugee
Pop New - 7 MCAP 778 MCA
1981 7" Picture Disc C/W "Insider" - Factory Sealed... more details
 
Petty, Tom - Hard Promises Hard Promises
Pop New - LP BSR 5160 MCA
Sealed 1981 Original, Small Saw Cut. Jacket Has Been Re-Stamped With The Later Catalog Number. A Superb Reaffirmation That "Damn The Torpedoes" Wasn't A Fluke, Filled With Great Song Writing.... more details
 
Petty, Tom - She's The One She's The One
Pop New - LP 46285 Warner
Sealed 1996 Vinyl Rarity.... more details
 
Petty, Tom - You're Gonna Get It You're Gonna Get It
Pop Used - LP 175R 7 Shelter
Japanese Pressing With Obi. LP Looks Unplayed.... more details
 
Petty, Tom - Into The Great Wide Open Into The Great Wide Open
Pop Used - LP MCA 10317 MCA
Hard To Find 1991 Vinyl With Custom Inner Sleeve. Features "Learning To Fly," "Into The Great Wide Open," "The Dark Of The Sun" And More. This Title Had A Very Limited Pressing Run On Vinyl. LP Appears New, Unplayed.... more details
 
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Hard Promises
Pop New - CD UDCD 565 Mobile Fidelity
Sealed, Out Of Print 24kt Gold Ultradisc II.... more details
 
Petty, Tom - She's The One She's The One
Soundtrack Used - LP 46285 Warner
1996 Vinyl Rarity. Glossy, Unplayed Condition. Saw Notch.... more details
 
Petty, Tom - Full Moon Fever Full Moon Fever
Pop Used - LP MCA 6253 MCA
Hard To Find 1989 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. Vinyl Appears Glossy, Unplayed. “Full Moon Fever Is Essentially In The Same Style As The Heartbreakers Albums; Mike Campbell Co-Wrote Two Songs And Co-Produced The Record, And He, Along With Benmont Tench And Howie Epstein, All Play On The Album. However, The Album Sounds Different From Any Heartbreakers Record Due To The Presence Of Former Electric Light Orchestra Leader Jeff Lynne. Petty Co-Wrote The Lion's Share Of The Album With Lynne, Who Also Is The Record's Main Producer. In His Hands, Petty's Roots Rock Becomes Clean And Glossy, Layered With Shimmering Vocal Harmonies, Keyboards, And Acoustic Guitars. It's A Friendly, Radio-Ready Sound, And If It Has Dated Somewhat Over The Years, The Craft Is Still Admirable And Appealing. But The Real Reason Full Moon Fever Became Petty's Biggest Hit Is That It Boasted A Selection Of Songs That Rivaled Damn The Torpedoes. Full Moon Fever Doesn't Have A Weak Track; Even If A Few Weren't Quite As Strong As Others, The Album Was Filled With Highlights: "I Won't Back Down," The Wistful "A Face In The Crowd," The Rockabilly Throwaways "Yer So Bad" And "A Mind With A Heart Of Its Own," The Byrds Cover "Feel A Whole Lot Better," The Charging "Runnin' Down A Dream," And "Free Fallin'," A Coming-Of-Age Ballad That Could Be Petty's Best Song. Full Moon Fever Might Have Been Meant As An Off-The-Cuff Detour, But It Turned Into A Minor Masterpiece.” Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AMG.... more details
 
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Heartbreak In New York
Pop Used - LP TAKRL 924 Kornyfone
Rare Live Boot. Playable On Any Electric Hifidelograph!... more details
 
Petty, Tom - Wildflowers Wildflowers
Pop Used - LP 45759 Warner
Long Out Of Print 1994 2LP First Pressing With Custom Inner Sleeves. Both LPs Appear Have Some Spindle Marks With A Few Very Fine Surface Hairlines, Hence Price. "Under The Guidance Of Producer Rick Rubin, Tom Petty Turns In A Stripped-Down, Subtle Record With Wildflowers. Coming After Two Albums Of Jeff Lynne-Directed Bombast, The Very Sound Of The Record Is Refreshing; Petty Sounds Relaxed And Confident. Most Of The Songs Are Small Gems, But A Few Are A Little Too Laid-Back, Almost Reaching The Point Of Carelessness. Nevertheless, The Finest Songs Here ("Wildflowers," "You Don't Know How It Feels," "It's Good To Be King," And Several Others) Match The Quality Of His Best Material, Making Wildflowers One Of Petty's Most Distinctive And Best Albums." Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AMG.... more details
 
Petty, Tom - Hard Promises Hard Promises
Pop New - LP BSR 5160 Backstreet
Sealed 1981 Original. COH. A Superb Reaffirmation That "Damn The Torpedoes" Wasn't A Fluke, Filled With Great Song Writing.... more details
 
Petty, Tom - Wildflowers Wildflowers
Pop New - LP 45759 Warner
Sealed, Long Out Of Print 1994 2LP First Pressing. "Under The Guidance Of Producer Rick Rubin, Tom Petty Turns In A Stripped-Down, Subtle Record With Wildflowers. Coming After Two Albums Of Jeff Lynne-Directed Bombast, The Very Sound Of The Record Is Refreshing; Petty Sounds Relaxed And Confident. Most Of The Songs Are Small Gems, But A Few Are A Little Too Laid-Back, Almost Reaching The Point Of Carelessness. Nevertheless, The Finest Songs Here ("Wildflowers," "You Don't Know How It Feels," "It's Good To Be King," And Several Others) Match The Quality Of His Best Material, Making Wildflowers One Of Petty's Most Distinctive And Best Albums." Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AMG.... more details
 
Petty, Tom - Full Moon Fever Full Moon Fever
Pop Used - LP 6253 MCA
Extremely Hard To Find 1989 Original In Glossy, Unplayed Condition With Custom Inner Sleeve. We Previously Believed This Was Only Released On Vinyl To RCA Record Club Members, But Here Is An Actual MCA Pressing To Prove Us Wrong. Custom Song Hype Sticker On Shrink Wrap. “Full Moon Fever Is Essentially In The Same Style As The Heartbreakers Albums; Mike Campbell Co-Wrote Two Songs And Co-Produced The Record, And He, Along With Benmont Tench And Howie Epstein, All Play On The Album. However, The Album Sounds Different From Any Heartbreakers Record Due To The Presence Of Former Electric Light Orchestra Leader Jeff Lynne. Petty Co-Wrote The Lion's Share Of The Album With Lynne, Who Also Is The Record's Main Producer. In His Hands, Petty's Roots Rock Becomes Clean And Glossy, Layered With Shimmering Vocal Harmonies, Keyboards, And Acoustic Guitars. It's A Friendly, Radio-Ready Sound, And If It Has Dated Somewhat Over The Years, The Craft Is Still Admirable And Appealing. But The Real Reason Full Moon Fever Became Petty's Biggest Hit Is That It Boasted A Selection Of Songs That Rivaled Damn The Torpedoes. Full Moon Fever Doesn't Have A Weak Track; Even If A Few Weren't Quite As Strong As Others, The Album Was Filled With Highlights: "I Won't Back Down," The Wistful "A Face In The Crowd," The Rockabilly Throwaways "Yer So Bad" And "A Mind With A Heart Of Its Own," The Byrds Cover "Feel A Whole Lot Better," The Charging "Runnin' Down A Dream," And "Free Fallin'," A Coming-Of-Age Ballad That Could Be Petty's Best Song. Full Moon Fever Might Have Been Meant As An Off-The-Cuff Detour, But It Turned Into A Minor Masterpiece.” Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AMG.... more details
 
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Southern Accents
Pop Used - LP P 13115 MCA
Beautiful Japanese Gatefold, No Obi. ... more details
 
Petty, Tom - Highway Companion Highway Companion
Pop New - LP 44285 American
Sealed, Out Of Print 2006 2LP First Press Original 180gm HQ Housed In A Deluxe Gatefold Jacket With 4 Page Color Insert. Not The Current Reissue.... more details
 
Petty, Tom - Free Fallin' Free Fallin'
Pop Used - 12 138160 MCA
1989 UK 12 Inch Picture Sleeve. B/W "Love Is A Long Road" And "Free Fallin' (Live)."... more details
 
Petty, Tom - You're Gonna Get It You're Gonna Get It
Pop New - LP MCA 37116 Shelter
Sealed 1978 LP. Label Variation Unknown. Cut Corner.... more details
 
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Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers
Pop New - LP SRL 52006 Shelter
Sealed 1976 Original. No Promo Or Deletion Markings. An Absolute Classic!... more details
 
Petty, Tom - Pack Up The Plantation - Live! Pack Up The Plantation - Live!
Pop New - LP 2-8021 MCA
Sealed 1985 2LP Gatefold Original.... more details
 
Petty, Tom - Echo Echo
Pop Used - LP 47294 Warner
Long Out Of Print, 1999 180gm HQ 2LP Gatefold With Custom Inner Sleeves. Custom Sticker Over Shrink. 4 Stars In All Music Guide. Disc One Has A Couple of Spindle Marks (Hence Price), Disc Two Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
Petty, Tom - Pack Up The Plantation - Live! Pack Up The Plantation - Live!
Pop New - LP 2-8021 MCA
Sealed 1985 2LP Gatefold Original. Pristine Copy With Bonus Flyer For A Petty Concert In Portland.... more details
 
Petty, Tom - Southern Accents Southern Accents
Pop New - LP 5486 MCA
Sealed 1985 Embossed Cover Original With Custom Sticker On The Shrink Wrap.... more details
 
Petty, Tom - Southern Accents Southern Accents
Pop New - LP 5486 MCA
Sealed 1985 Record Club Pressing.... more details
 
Petty, Tom - Full Moon Fever Full Moon Fever
Pop Used - LP 6253 MCA
Hard To Find 1989 Original Still In Shrink Wrap. Includes Custom Inner Sleeve. Vinyl Appears Glossy, Unplayed. “Full Moon Fever Is Essentially In The Same Style As The Heartbreakers Albums; Mike Campbell Co-Wrote Two Songs And Co-Produced The Record, And He, Along With Benmont Tench And Howie Epstein, All Play On The Album. However, The Album Sounds Different From Any Heartbreakers Record Due To The Presence Of Former Electric Light Orchestra Leader Jeff Lynne. Petty Co-Wrote The Lion's Share Of The Album With Lynne, Who Also Is The Record's Main Producer. In His Hands, Petty's Roots Rock Becomes Clean And Glossy, Layered With Shimmering Vocal Harmonies, Keyboards, And Acoustic Guitars. It's A Friendly, Radio-Ready Sound, And If It Has Dated Somewhat Over The Years, The Craft Is Still Admirable And Appealing. But The Real Reason Full Moon Fever Became Petty's Biggest Hit Is That It Boasted A Selection Of Songs That Rivaled Damn The Torpedoes. Full Moon Fever Doesn't Have A Weak Track; Even If A Few Weren't Quite As Strong As Others, The Album Was Filled With Highlights: "I Won't Back Down," The Wistful "A Face In The Crowd," The Rockabilly Throwaways "Yer So Bad" And "A Mind With A Heart Of Its Own," The Byrds Cover "Feel A Whole Lot Better," The Charging "Runnin' Down A Dream," And "Free Fallin'," A Coming-Of-Age Ballad That Could Be Petty's Best Song. Full Moon Fever Might Have Been Meant As An Off-The-Cuff Detour, But It Turned Into A Minor Masterpiece.” Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AMG.... more details
 
Petty, Tom - Highway Companion Highway Companion
Pop Used - LP 44285 American
Mint, Out Of Print 2006 2LP 180gm HQ Housed In A Deluxe Gatefold Jacket With 4 Page Color Insert.... more details
 
Petty, Tom - Wildflowers Wildflowers
Pop Used - LP 45759 Warner
Long Out Of Print 1994 2LP First Pressing With Insert. Shrink Wrap Intact. Both LPs Appear To Have Been Played A Couple Of Times Each With Barely Visible Spindle Marks, Hence Drastically Reduced Price. "Under The Guidance Of Producer Rick Rubin, Tom Petty Turns In A Stripped-Down, Subtle Record With Wildflowers. Coming After Two Albums Of Jeff Lynne-Directed Bombast, The Very Sound Of The Record Is Refreshing; Petty Sounds Relaxed And Confident. Most Of The Songs Are Small Gems, But A Few Are A Little Too Laid-Back, Almost Reaching The Point Of Carelessness. Nevertheless, The Finest Songs Here ("Wildflowers," "You Don't Know How It Feels," "It's Good To Be King," And Several Others) Match The Quality Of His Best Material, Making Wildflowers One Of Petty's Most Distinctive And Best Albums." Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AMG.... more details
 
Petty, Tom - A Face In The Crowd A Face In The Crowd
Pop New - 12 MCAT 1449 MCA
Sealed 1989 UK 4 Song 12 Inch Housed In A Picture Sleeve. Also Includes "A Mind With A Heart Of Its Own" And Two Live Tracks: "American Girl" And "Breakdown." Pristine Copy. Ear X-tacy Import Sticker On The Shrink Wrap.... more details
 
Petty, Tom - Interview Picture Disc Interview Picture Disc
Spoken Word Picture Disc BAK 2143 Baktabak
Rare, Limited Edition Picture Disc Housed In A Die-Cut Cover. Appears New, Unplayed.... more details
 

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