- Summary: The veteran rock-and-rollers return with their first studio album in nearly a decade. With Petty's trademark drawl and snarling blues-driven guitar, Mojo delivers a return to their roots as they continue to push the boundaries of classic rock and roll.
- Record Label: Repries/WEA
- Genre(s): Rock
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|Something Good Coming|
|I'm watching the water Watching the coast Suddenly I know What I want the most And I want to tell you Still I hold back I need some time Get my life...||See the rest of the song lyrics|
MojoTom Petty's turned his attention to a resume of his life so far -- 15 crunching, clever, moving tracks that make his earlier point far better, indicting the rest by breezy example. [July 2010, p. 96]
Positive: 9 out of 9
Mixed: 0 out of 9
Negative: 0 out of 9
AnthonyJJun 15, 2010this album is lined with perfect melodies that flow together very nicely. the atmosphere of this album is awe inspiring.
LeoTJun 17, 2010WOW! These guys never disappoint. highly recommended.
AndySJun 16, 2010Brilliant. He never fails to make a great record. I was hooked on the first full listen.
SteveCJun 16, 2010Tom Petty! Excellent as usual. I don't think the first track should lead the album, I think a different song would have been a better Tom Petty! Excellent as usual. I don't think the first track should lead the album, I think a different song would have been a better choice, but the rest of the cd is incredible. So give it a listen and I think you will be very pleased. Running Man's Bible, The Trip To Pirate's Cove, and No Reason To Cry stand out to me as the cream of the crop of the album, but all of the songs will leave you fullfilled. So go buy it!… Expand
AndyBJun 16, 2010Possibly the most honest blues album i've heard in a very long time. The honesty that presents itself in every track is incredible.
RobinSJun 15, 2010Really the best Tom Petty album in years, gotta love this!
CodyT.Jun 17, 2010A great return for the Heartbreakers. But far from perfect. This album, while a little too long and bloated, does have redeeming qualities A great return for the Heartbreakers. But far from perfect. This album, while a little too long and bloated, does have redeeming qualities though. Styles range from Zeppelin-esque rock (I Should Have Known It) to honky tonk (Jefferson Jericho Blues) to reggae (Don't Pull Me Over). When Petty and his band DO bring home the bacon and fry it in the pan, its well worth the purchase.… Expand
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