Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers - Damn the torpedoes FLAC album
Title: Damn the torpedoes
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Damn the Torpedoes is the third studio album by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, released on October 20, 1979. This was the first of three Petty albums originally released by the Backstreet Records label, distributed by MCA Records. It built on the commercial success and critical acclaim of his two previous albums and reached on the Billboard album chart. The album went on to become certified Triple Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).
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Damn the Torpedoes . 1979. 1. Refugee Tom Petty, Mike Campbell 3:22. 2. Here Comes My Girl Petty, Campbell 4:27. 3. Even the Losers Petty 3:59. 4. Shadow of a Doubt (A Complex Kid) Petty 4:25. Tom Petty – lead vocals, rhythm guitar, harmonica, producer Mike Campbell – lead and rhythm guitars, keyboards, bass guitar Benmont Tench – keyboards, backing vocals Ron Blair – bass guitar Stan Lynch – drums, backing vocals Session musicians.
to success with their 1979 album, Damn The Torpedoes. At home, however, success remained elusive and The Heartbreakers only scored a major commercial breakthrough when their sophomore LP, You’re Gonna Get It!, from 1978, earned them a well-deserved gold disc. Though its defiant title hinted at these recent travails, The Heartbreakers’ sublime third LP, Damn The Torpedoes, released on 19 October 1979, served notice that Petty and co hadn’t just survived, but were likely to thrive in the long run. A refinement of the tough’n’tender, blue-collar rock’n’roll of You’re Gonna Get It!, the record picked up on the prevailing energy of punk and the new wave, yet it also featured an embarrassment of radio-friendly riches and was further enhanced by Bruce Springsteen/Patti Smith deskman Jimmy Iovine’s crisp production.
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Released the day before Tom Petty’s 29th birthday, Damn the Torpedoes unites the chiming pop of the ‘60s ( Here Comes My Girl ), the muscled riffs of the ’70s ( Refugee ), and the stripped-down heartland rock of the ’80s ( Don’t Do Me Like That ). Even the Losers isn’t rock music for the gods-it’s for the guy in the back of the bar, leaning against the cigarette machine.
Damn the Torpedoes is the Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers album we’ve all been waiting for - that is, if we were all Tom Petty fans, which we would be if there were any justice in the world, live shows for all, free records everywhere and rockin’ radio. Songs like I Need to Know and Listen to Her Heart from 1978’s You’re Gonna Get It and Refugee, Here Comes My Girl and others from this year’s model are bedrock - they will endure. An innovator or an ironist only half as good might be easier to write about than Petty and his middle ground. Believing in a lover and expecting her to succumb to temptation at any minute (roughly the situation of Listen to Her Heart ) is so crushingly normal that it’s hard to sell. But, for Petty, rock is neither a cash crop nor a code of honor, not salvation or a cultural neutron bomb. The Heartbreakers haven’t duded up the music with myth.
BPM Profile Damn the Torpedoes. Album starts at 116BPM, ends at 111BPM (-5), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers.