Hypnotic Eye is the thirteenth and final studio album by American rock band Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, released on July 29, 2014, by Reprise Records. The album debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200, becoming the only Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers album ever to top the chart. Hypnotic Eye was nominated for the 2015 Grammy Award for Best Rock Album
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For Tom Petty, the challenges on Hypnotic Eye were many: To put out an album that reclaimed his rock edge, without resorting to lo-fi hipsterisms. To deal with this world's broader betrayals, while keeping his message firmly rooted in personal stories. To simultaneously decry the always-on but unseeing eye of technology, while finding a way to connect with a generation absorbed in its buzzy glow. Petty never sounds comfortable, though, much less satisfied. Red River" updates the Heartbreakers' latent Byrds influences with a nasty attitude. Even "U Get Me High" – a song that on its surface might seem like a sun-flecked paean to love – finds Petty cornered, lashing out: "I ain't afraid of what people sa. As such, it's perhaps of little surprise to learn Petty has a sign sitting near the home studio where he recorded Hypnotic Eye that warns visitors: "Beware Cranky Hippie.
Hypnotic Eye is the first Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers album to reach number one on the Billboard Chart. It is the band’s 13th studio album and was nominated for the 2015 Grammy Award for Best Rock album. Bluesy populism fuels Petty’s lyrical brilliance as he proves to us once again that he’s not afraid to chase those young boy rock and roll dreams. He expresses his seemingly ageless motivation in this clip from a CBS interview: Hypnotic Eye was both a commerical and critical success.
Hypnotic Eye," only the second Heartbreakers album in 12 years, closes the argument. Opening with a basic statement of purpose - "I'm gonna make my way through this world some day/ I don't care what nobody say" - Petty and band roll through a collection whose emotions range from profound love to bitter cynicism. Petty tackles optimism on "American Dream Plan B" and recalls midnight interludes on the lovely midtempo love song "Red River. The tangled guitar line that opens "Power Drunk," courtesy of Mike Campbell, mixes with keyboard.
Hypnotic Eye is the 13th studio album from Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, and the first album from the band in four years. I knew I wanted to do a rock & roll record, " Petty told Rolling Stone in April. We hadn't made a straight hard-rockin' record, from beginning to end, in a long time. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample).
On Hypnotic Eye, the 63-year-old and his eternal Heartbreakers return to the scrappy heat of those early days with their toughest, most straight-up rocking record in many years, deepened by veteran perspective. I feel like a four letter word, Petty sings on Forgotten Man, which sounds like American Girl remade as a Bo Diddley roof-rumbler. You can be sure as shit that four letter word isn’t darn or rats. Hypnotic Eye took three years to make, but it often sounds like buddies out on a weekend garage-jam bender
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|A1||American Dream Plan B
Electric Piano – Benmont Tench
Harmonica – Scott Thurston
Bass [Fuzz] – Tom Petty
|A4||Full Grown Boy
Mellotron – Benmont TenchTwelve-String Guitar – Scott Thurston
|A5||All You Can Carry
Synthesizer – Benmont Tench
Percussion – Steve Ferrone
Bass [High] – Tom PettyGuitar [Fuzz] – Josh JovePercussion – Steve Ferrone
|B2||Sins Of My Youth
Mellotron – Benmont TenchVocals [Background] – Ryan Ulyate
|B3||U Get Me High
Lead Guitar [Left Channel] – Mike CampbellLead Guitar [Right Channel], Bass – Tom PettyTambourine – Scott Thurston
|B4||Burnt Out Town
Guitar – Mike CampbellHarmonica – Scott ThurstonLead Guitar – Tom Petty
Electric Piano, Mellotron – Benmont TenchLead Guitar [Outro] – Tom Petty
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