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More about Tom Petty.
During 1988, Tom Petty became a associate of the supergroup the Traveling Wilburys, which also featured Dylan, George Harrison, Roy Orbison, and Jeff Lynne. The Wilburys released their first album at the end of 1988 and its sound became the blueprint for Petty's first solo effort, 1989's Full Moon Fever. Created by Lynne and featuring the maintain of most of the Heartbreakers, Full Moon Fever became Petty's saleable pinnacle, attainment number three on the U.S. charts, going triple platinum, and generating the hit singles "I Won't Back Down," "Runnin' Down a Dream," and "Free Fallin'," which reached numeral seven. In 1990, he contributed to the Traveling Wilburys' second album, Vol. 3. Petty legitimately reunited with the Heartbreakers on Into the Great Wide Open, which was also formed by Jeff Lynne. Released in the spring of 1991, Into the Great Wide Open constant the drive of Full Moon Fever, earning tough reviews and going platinum.
Following the release of 1993's Greatest Hits, which featured two new tracks created by Rick Rubin, including the Top 20 hit "Mary Jane's Last Dance," Petty left MCA for Warner Bros.; upon signing, it was exposed that he negotiated the $20 million deal in 1989. Drummer Stan Lynch left the Heartbreakers in 1994, as Petty was footage his second solo album with creator Rubin and many members of the Heartbreakers.
Like Full Moon Fever before it, 1994's Wildflowers was greeted by excited reviews and sales, tying his earlier solo album for his biggest-selling studio album. In addition to going triple platinum and peaking at numeral eight, the album spawned the hit singles "You Don't Know How It Feels," "You Wreck Me," and "It's Good to Be King." Petty & the Heartbreakers reunited in 1996 to record the soundtrack for the Edward Burns film She's the One. The resulting soundtrack album was a reasonable hit, peaking at number 15 on the U.S. charts and going gold. Echo followed three years later. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine