Tom Petty has returned to the Top 10 with the newly-released expanded reissue of his 1994 album, “Wildflowers.” According to Billboard, the project re-enters the Billboard 200 at No. 5. “Wildflowers” also returns to the Billboard Top Rock Albums chart at No. 1, its first week atop the list.
Petty originally wrote and recorded the project as a double album, but his record label convinced to trim it back to a single record. The 2020 reissue features the second, unreleased half of the set named “All The Rest”, which delivers ten tunes from the original recording sessions that were left off the singer’s second solo record.
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