In addition to the 2-CD version, the album will be released on audiophile 180g vinyl as well as Blu-ray audio. The care taken to release such high fidelity versions of this classic record mean the band may very well have gone in and remastered Damn The Torpedoes a second time to ensure the most sonically rich version of the album possible is being presented.
As you may have gathered, I revere Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers as one of the most important, greatest American bands in history. For me, this is a must add. The bonus material is interesting to me and I'm interested in the sonic presentation coming forward for this record. I wouldn't put it past me to buy the CD and Blu-ray version of this set. This is a classic album and the Heartbreakers are a classic band. Casual listeners may not see anything here they can't live without but I'm having one of these and you'll be hearing more about it soon.
Damn The Torpedos – Disc 1
- Here Comes My Girl
- Even The Losers
- Shadow Of A Doubt (A Complex Kid)
- Century City
- Don't Do Me Like That
- You Tell Me
- What Are You Doin' In My Life?
- Louisiana Rain
Disc 2 - Bonus Disc
- Casa Dega/B-side
- It’s Rainin’ Again/B-side
- Shadow Of A Doubt (A Complex Kid)/Live - Hammersmith Odeon 1980
- Don’t Do Me Like That/Live - Hammersmith Odeon 1980
- Somethin’ Else/Live - Hammersmith Odeon 1980
- Casa Dega (Demo)
- Refugee (Alternate Take)