Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers - Long After Dark FLAC album
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Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers is the debut album by the band of the same name, released on November 9, 1976 by Shelter Records. The album was recorded and mixed at the Shelter Studio in Hollywood, California. Initially following its release, the album received little attention in the United States.
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Unfortunately, Petty had a dry spell on Long After Dark. With its swirling, minor key guitars, "You Got Lucky" is a classic and "Change of Heart" comes close to matching those peaks, but the remaining songs rarely rise above agreeable filler. Since the Heartbreakers are a very good band, it means the record sounds pretty good as it's playing, but apart from those few highlights, nothing much is memorable once the album has finished. And coming on the heels of two excellent records, that's quite a disappointment.
Long After Dark is one of Tom Petty’s underrated classics. Coming after the mega-successes Damn the Torpedoes and Hard Promises, Long After Dark likely suffered for being more of a very good thing. The single You Got Lucky added an ‘80s synth common to all of the era's mainstream rock bands, while songs such as Deliver Me, Change of Heart, and Finding Out relied on the usual snarling guitars, howling organs, and locked-in-tight bass and drums. The album is best known for introducing the late Howie Epstein on bass and harmony vocals. Epstein’s harmonies would give The Heartbreakers a stronger vocal presence in concert. In retrospect, Long After Dark ranks among the best albums by Petty and The Heartbreakers.
BPM Profile Long After Dark. Album starts at 145BPM, ends at 99BPM (-46), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers.
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An American Treasure CD2 Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. 16. Keep A Little Soul (Outtake, 1982). 17. Even The Losers (Live at Rochester Community War Memorial, Rochester, NY-1989. 26. You Can Still Change Your Mind (Album track from Hard Promises-May 5, 1981) (Unreleased). 27. Rebels (Alternate version from Southern Accents sessions-1985). 28. Deliver Me (Alternate version from Long After Dark sessions-1982) (Unreleased). 29. Alright For Now (Album track from Full Moon Fever-April 24, 1989) (Unreleased). 30. The Damage You’ve Done (Alternate version from Let Me Up (I’ve Had Enough) sessions-1987) (Unreleased). 31. The Best Of Everything (Alternate version from Southern Accents sessions-March 26, 1985) (Unreleased).
On their fifth album, Long After Dark (1982), bass player Ron Blair was replaced by Howie Epstein (formerly of Del Shannon's backing band), giving the Heartbreakers their line-up until 1991. Long After Dark features the hits "You Got Lucky" (. and "Change of Heart" (. and was to feature a track called "Keeping Me Alive", but producer Jimmy Iovine vetoed it from the album Southern Accents and Let Me Up (I&apos. On September 21, 2006, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers received the keys to the city of Gainesville, Florida, where he and his bandmates either lived or grew up. Petty quipped, when questioned about the key he received from Gainesville's mayor, "It's a lot nicer than the one we got in Chicago.
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|A1||A One Story Town||3:04|
|A2||You Got Lucky
Programmed By [Synthesizer] – Craig Harris
|A4||Change Of Heart||3:17|
|B1||We Stand A Chance
Organ – Mike CampbellProgrammed By [Vocoder] – Craig Harris
|B2||Straight Into Darkness||3:46|
|B3||The Same Old You||3:29|
|B4||Between Two Worlds
Bass – Ron Blair
|B5||A Wasted Life
Engineer [Remix] – Thom Panunzio
- Manufactured By – Victor Musical Industries, Inc.
- Licensed From – MCA Records, Inc.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Backstreet Records
- Copyright (c) – Backstreet Records
- Bass, Vocals – Howie Epstein
- Drums, Vocals – Stan Lynch
- Engineer – Shelly Yakus
- Engineer [Remix] – Don Smith, Shelly Yakus
- Guitar – Mike Campbell
- Keyboards, Vocals – Benmont Tench
- Mastered By – Stephen Marcussen
- Percussion – Phil Jones
- Producer – Jimmy Iovine, Tom Petty
- Vocals, Guitar – Tom Petty
- Written-By – Mike Campbell (tracks: A2, A5, B3, B4), Tom Petty
Notes℗&©1982 Backstreet Records, a division of MCA Records, Inc.
Manufactured by Victor Musical Industries, Inc., Tokyo, Japan
This copy is a Japanese promo with promotional indicated labels.
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- Rights Society: JASRAC
|BSR-5360, BSR 5360||Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers||Long After Dark (LP, Album)||Backstreet Records, Backstreet Records||BSR-5360, BSR 5360||US||1982|
|BSR 5360, MCF 4171||Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers||Long After Dark (LP, Album)||Backstreet Records, MCA Records||BSR 5360, MCF 4171||Italy||1982|
|BSR-5360||Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers||Long After Dark (LP, Album)||Backstreet Records||BSR-5360||Canada||1982|
|MCF 3155, BSR 5360||Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers||Long After Dark (LP, Album)||MCA Records, Backstreet Records||MCF 3155, BSR 5360||UK||1982|
|UICY-77967||Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers||Long After Dark (CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, SHM)||Geffen Records||UICY-77967||Japan||2016|