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Hypnotic Eye by Tom Petty

Album

Hypnotic Eye

Tom Petty

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Album

Hypnotic Eye

Tom Petty

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Label: Reprise
After releasing several albums heavily informed by vintage blues, R&B and folk, Tom Petty returns with a record that is 100% rock 'n' roll. It's super political, too. Over grungy guitars and deliciously retro-freakbeat grooves (think Crazy Horse meets The Black Keys), Petty spits venom about money-hungry power brokers, neo-cons hell-bent on destroying the middle class, small-town political corruption and the need to keep fighting for that strange thing known as the American Dream. But maybe the most potent rocker is "Fault Lines," in which Petty eviscerates his own insecurities and failings.

About This Album

After releasing several albums heavily informed by vintage blues, R&B and folk, Tom Petty returns with a record that is 100% rock 'n' roll. It's super political, too. Over grungy guitars and deliciously retro-freakbeat grooves (think Crazy Horse meets The Black Keys), Petty spits venom about money-hungry power brokers, neo-cons hell-bent on destroying the middle class, small-town political corruption and the need to keep fighting for that strange thing known as the American Dream. But maybe the most potent rocker is "Fault Lines," in which Petty eviscerates his own insecurities and failings.

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About This Album

After releasing several albums heavily informed by vintage blues, R&B and folk, Tom Petty returns with a record that is 100% rock 'n' roll. It's super political, too. Over grungy guitars and deliciously retro-freakbeat grooves (think Crazy Horse meets The Black Keys), Petty spits venom about money-hungry power brokers, neo-cons hell-bent on destroying the middle class, small-town political corruption and the need to keep fighting for that strange thing known as the American Dream. But maybe the most potent rocker is "Fault Lines," in which Petty eviscerates his own insecurities and failings.