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Damn The Torpedoes (CD)
1979, in my opinion, was a great year for music, particularly British new wave, post-punk music. I understand that Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers were popular in the U.K. before they established themselves as a 'big' American act. On a documentary recently, they claimed that this album was produced after one or two successful tours of the U.K. where they rubbed shoulders with the likes of Elvis Costello and The Clash. I believe they said that their experiences with the punk / new wave scene inspired them to produce this album which they describe as being quite 'edgy'. Not so in my view, this is a middle of the road rock album.
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Type: CD
Recorded: 1979
Release Date: 1998-07-12
Label: MCA Records
Country: Euro
Item No: MCD01872
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Track List
01 Refugee 3:21
02 Here Comes My Girl 4:33
03 Even The Losers 3:35
04 Shadow Of A Doubt (a Complex Kid) 4:23
05 Century City 3:40
06 Don't Do Me Like That 2:40
07 You Tell Me 4:32
08 What Are You Doin' In My Life? 3:25
09 Louisiana Rain 5:51
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