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Anthology: Through the Years


Download links and information about Anthology: Through the Years by Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers. This album was released in 2000 and it belongs to Rock, Hard Rock, Rock & Roll, Heavy Metal, Pop genres. It contains 34 tracks with total duration of 02:03:03 minutes.

Artist: Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers
Release date: 2000
Genre: Rock, Hard Rock, Rock & Roll, Heavy Metal, Pop
Tracks: 34
Duration: 02:03:03
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No. Title Length
1. Breakdown 2:40
2. American Girl 3:32
3. Hometown Blues 2:12
4. The Wild One, Forever 2:59
5. I Need to Know 2:22
6. Listen to Her Heart 3:02
7. Too Much Ain't Enough 2:54
8. Refugee 3:21
9. Here Comes My Girl 4:24
10. Don't Do Me Like That 2:41
11. Even the Losers 3:58
12. The Waiting 3:59
13. A Woman In Love (It's Not Me) 4:22
14. Stop Draggin' My Heart Around (featuring Tom Petty, Stevie Nicks, The Heartbreakers) 4:03
15. You Got Lucky 3:38
16. Straight Into Darkness 3:48
17. Change of Heart 3:18
18. Rebels 5:20
19. Don't Come Around Here No More 5:03
20. The Best of Everything 4:00
21. So You Want to Be a Rock 'N' Roll Star (Live At the Wiltern Theater) (featuring Tom Petty, The Heartbreakers) 3:37
22. Jammin' Me 4:08
23. It'll All Work Out 3:12
24. Love Is a Long Road (featuring Tom Petty, The Heartbreakers) 4:06
25. Free Fallin' (featuring Tom Petty, The Heartbreakers) 4:16
26. Yer So Bad (featuring Tom Petty, The Heartbreakers) 3:05
27. I Won't Back Down (featuring Tom Petty, The Heartbreakers) 2:55
28. Runnin' Down a Dream (featuring Tom Petty, The Heartbreakers) 4:22
29. Learning to Fly 4:02
30. Into the Great Wide Open 3:42
31. Two Gunslingers 3:08
32. Mary Jane's Last Dance (1993 Greatest Hits) 4:30
33. Waiting for Tonight (Playback 1995 Box Set Version) (featuring Tom Petty, The Heartbreakers) 3:30
34. Surrender (featuring Tom Petty, The Heartbreakers) 2:54



This 34-track Anthology from 2000 expands on the precision of 1993’s Greatest Hits, offering fans a more detailed summary of Tom Petty’s career with and without The Heartbreakers. Despite being an album rock artist, Petty has mostly focused on crafting perfect rock ’n’ roll singles. From the Byrds-like “American Girl” to the guitar– and keyboard-pumping “Refugee” and the emotional duet with Stevie Nicks on “Stop Dragging My Heart Around,” Petty’s music has well defined a classic era of rock and pop, ranging from the mid-'70s through to the '90s. In 1989, he and Jeff Lynne assembled the excellent solo album Full Moon Fever, which included fantastic-sounding radio-friendly hits like “Free Fallin’,” “Running Down a Dream,” and “I Won’t Back Down.” The Anthology adds “Love Is a Long Road” and “Yer So Bad” to extend the look, as it does with other fine Petty albums. Greatest Hits plays like an airtight radio playlist. Anthology allows for a bit more experimentation, much as FM once expanded beyond the AM radio dial.