Waterloo Records

Vinyl LP pressing. Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers followed their triple-platinum Wildflowers with this album produced by Rick Rubin. The album came about as a result of Petty's being invited to contribute a single song to the film's soundtrack. But Petty was so taken with the film that it quickly inspired a major bout of songwriting. What was supposed to be one song quickly became five and then became an entire album. Though it was inspired by the movie, this is no mere soundtrack: it's a new Tom Petty album. The album, featuring guests Lindsey Buckingham and Carl Wilson, vaulted to #15 pop. Produced by Rick Rubin, this album full of ramshackle charm stands tall even outside the realm of the Ed Burns film; it's one of Petty's finest of the '90s.
Vinyl LP pressing. Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers followed their triple-platinum Wildflowers with this album produced by Rick Rubin. The album came about as a result of Petty's being invited to contribute a single song to the film's soundtrack. But Petty was so taken with the film that it quickly inspired a major bout of songwriting. What was supposed to be one song quickly became five and then became an entire album. Though it was inspired by the movie, this is no mere soundtrack: it's a new Tom Petty album. The album, featuring guests Lindsey Buckingham and Carl Wilson, vaulted to #15 pop. Produced by Rick Rubin, this album full of ramshackle charm stands tall even outside the realm of the Ed Burns film; it's one of Petty's finest of the '90s.
093624963912
Songs and Music From The Motion Picture She's The One [LP]
Artist: Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
Format: Vinyl
New: Call (512) 474-2500 to check in-store availability
Wish

Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Walls (Circus)
2. Grew Up Fast
3. Zero from Outer Space
4. Climb That Hill
5. Change the Locks
6. Angel Dream (No. 4)
7. Hope You Never
8. Asshole
9. Supernatural Radio 1
10. California 1
11. Hope on Board 1
12. Walls (No. 3) 1
13. Angel Dream (No. 2) 1
14. Hung Up and Overdue 1
15. Aiport

More Info:

Vinyl LP pressing. Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers followed their triple-platinum Wildflowers with this album produced by Rick Rubin. The album came about as a result of Petty's being invited to contribute a single song to the film's soundtrack. But Petty was so taken with the film that it quickly inspired a major bout of songwriting. What was supposed to be one song quickly became five and then became an entire album. Though it was inspired by the movie, this is no mere soundtrack: it's a new Tom Petty album. The album, featuring guests Lindsey Buckingham and Carl Wilson, vaulted to #15 pop. Produced by Rick Rubin, this album full of ramshackle charm stands tall even outside the realm of the Ed Burns film; it's one of Petty's finest of the '90s.
        
back to top