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I.B. BAD: AN EPIC TALE
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YOUR TOP 20:
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JIMMY AND DRE CUT TO THE CHASE
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A SPIRITED BREAKFAST FOR CAPSHAW
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CREED CLIENT DAYA
TO INTERSCOPE
Janick and Bay-Schuck get their girl. (5/25a)
A&R IN THE AGE OF STREAMING
You know you were wondering.
LORDE'S NEXT LEVEL
How Melodrama took shape.
NASHVILLE BIG CAT
His last album made him a star. Will this one explode?
APPLE'S NEXT MOVE
The plan for domination.
Critics' Choice
TOM PETTY AND THE HEARTBREAKERS: THE WHOLE ENCHILADA, ON VINYL
10/25/16

We’re geeking out over a pair of just-announced vinyl box sets from Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, The Complete Studio Albums Vols. 1 & 2, occasioned by the 40th anniversary of this great American rock & roll band’s self-titled debut album—y’know, the one with “American Girl” and “Breakdown” on it—originally released on Denny Cordell’s Shelter label. The companion box—the first from UMe and the second on Reprise, round up the entire TP&HBs and Petty studio-album discographies.

Several of these LPs have been out of print on vinyl for some time now, and all of them have either been newly remastered or remastered during the last five years. Every title in the limited-edition box sets will get the 180-gram vinyl treatment, with artwork replicating the original 12x12 packages. The price of each is $259.99; they can be preordered at TomPetty.com.

The Complete Studio Albums Volume 1 (1976-1991), containing the first nine LPs, will be released on 12/9.

Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
You’re Gonna Get It!
Damn the Torpedoes
Hard Promises
Long After Dark
Southern Accents
Let Me Up (I’ve Had Enough)
Full Moon Fever
Into the Great Wide Open

The Complete Studio Albums Volume 2 (1994-2014) picks up with the landmark solo album Wildflowers, Petty’s first release for Warner/Reprise, and runs through 2014’s Hypnotic Eye, his lone #1. The seven albums comprise 12 pieces of vinyl. Release date has been changed to 12/9.

Wildflowers (2-LP)
She's the One
Echo (2-LP)
The Last DJ (2-LP)
Highway Companion (2-LP)
Mojo (2-LP)
Hypnotic Eye