|1||When The Time Comes||2:46|
|2||You're Gonna Get It||2:59|
|5||Too Much Ain't Enough||2:56|
|6||I Need To Know||2:25|
|7||Listen To Her Heart||3:03|
|8||No Second Thoughts||2:41|
|10||Baby's A Rock 'n' Roller||2:52|
The Billboard Review
Originally reviewed for week ending 5/27/78 Speaking again to the more sordid side of love, Petty has created an intriguing, 11-cut philosophical statement for non-romantics, His uncluttered arrangements, relying on the basic two-guitar, bass, keyboard and drum lineup, accentuate Petty's earthy lyrics and unique, rock melancholia voice, which is more than reminiscent of an earlier, more controlled Jagger. Selections run the gamut from softer, arresting pieces using tasty 12-string interplay ("Hurt") through all-stops-out rock ("Too Much Ain't Enough"). Best cuts: "Hurt," "You're Gonna Get It," "No Second Thoughts," "Restless." Dealers: Petty interest has been bolstered by inclusion of his "Breakdown" hit in the "FM" film soundtrack.
Release Date: May 2, 1978
Producer(s): Denny Cordell, Noah Shark and Tom Petty
Certified Gold: July, 7 1978 (Band's first!)
1978 Album was released in U.S. on red as well as black vinyl, 8-track tape and cassette.
May, 1978 Album Released in the U.K.
1980 Album was released in U.S. on vinyl on MCA Records label.
1983 Album was reissued in U.S. on vinyl on MCA Records Coral label.
1985 Album was released in U.S. on CD on MCA Records label.
1991 Album was reissued in U.S. on CD and cassette on Gone Gator Records/MCA Records label.