Tom Petty | Heartbreakers* ‎– The Last DJ

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First released October 8, 2002

Tracklist

The Last DJ 3:31
Money Becomes King 5:12
Dreamville 3:46
Joe 3:16
When A Kid Goes Bad 4:51
Like A Diamond 4:35
Lost Children 4:29
Blue Sunday 2:56
You And Me 2:56
The Man Who Loves Women 2:53
Have Love Will Travel 4:06
Can't Stop The Sun 4:52

Versions (22)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
9 47955-2 Tom Petty | Heartbreakers* The Last DJ(CD, Album, Enh) Warner Bros. Records 9 47955-2 US 2002 Sell This Version
4670001541961 Tom Petty | Heartbreakers* The Last DJ(CD, Album) Warner Bros. Records, Фирма Грамзаписи Никитин 4670001541961 Russia 2002 Sell This Version
W2 47955 Tom Petty | Heartbreakers* The Last DJ(CD, Album, Club, Enh) Warner Bros. Records W2 47955 Canada 2002 Sell This Version
CDW 47955 Tom Petty | Heartbreakers* The Last DJ(CD, Album, Enh) Warner Bros. Records CDW 47955 Canada 2002 Sell This Version
9362-48396-2 Tom Petty | Heartbreakers* The Last DJ(CD, Album, Enh) Warner Bros. Records 9362-48396-2 Germany 2002 Sell This Version
9 48396-2 Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers The Last DJ(CD, Album, Enh) Warner Bros. Records 9 48396-2 US 2002 Sell This Version
9 47955-2 Tom Petty | Heartbreakers* The Last DJ(CD, Album, Enh) Warner Bros. Records 9 47955-2 US 2002 Sell This Version
9362-47955-2 Tom Petty | Heartbreakers* The Last DJ(CD, Album, Enh) Warner Bros. Records 9362-47955-2 Europe 2002 Sell This Version
9 48396-2 Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers The Last DJ(CD, Album, Enh + DVD, Spe) Warner Bros. Records 9 48396-2 US 2002 Sell This Version
9 48396-2 Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers The Last DJ(CD, Album, Enh, Ltd + DVD) Warner Bros. Records 9 48396-2 US 2002 Sell This Version
9362-48396-2 Tom Petty | Heartbreakers* The Last DJ(CD, Album, Enh, Ltd + DVD-V, NTSC) Warner Bros. Records 9362-48396-2 Germany 2002 Sell This Version
9 47955-2 Tom Petty | Heartbreakers* The Last DJ(CD, Album, Unofficial) Warner Bros. Records (2) 9 47955-2 Russia 2002 Sell This Version
9 47955-2 Tom Petty | Heartbreakers* The Last DJ(CD, Album, Unofficial) Not On Label (Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers) 9 47955-2 Europe 2002 Sell This Version
none Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers The Last DJ(CDr, Album, Promo) Warner Bros. Records none US 2002 Sell This Version
9 47955-4 Tom Petty | Heartbreakers* The Last DJ(Cass, Album) Warner Bros. Records, WWW Records 9 47955-4 Russia 2002 Sell This Version
47955-1 Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers The Last DJ(LP, Album) Warner Bros. Records 47955-1 US 2002 Sell This Version
9362-47955-1 Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers The Last DJ(LP, Album) Warner Bros. Records 9362-47955-1 Europe 2002 Sell This Version
none Tom Petty | Heartbreakers* The Last DJ(12xFile, FLAC, Album, RE, 24b) Warner Bros. Records none 2015
555143-1, 9362-49202-4 Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers The Last DJ(LP + LP, S/Sided, Etch + Album, RE, RM) Warner Bros. Records, Warner Bros. Records 555143-1, 9362-49202-4 UK, Europe & US 2017 Sell This Version
093624920243 Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers The Last DJ(LP + LP, S/Sided, Etch + Album, RE, RM) Warner Records 093624920243 UK, Europe & US 2020 Sell This Version
9 47955-2 Tom Petty | Heartbreakers* The Last DJ(CD, Album, Enh) Warner Bros. Records 9 47955-2 USA & Europe Unknown Sell This Version
9 48396-2 Tom Petty | Heartbreakers* The Last DJ(CD, Album, Enh, Unofficial) Warner Bros. Records (2) 9 48396-2 Russia Unknown Sell This Version

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WildMycol

WildMycol

April 9, 2021
referencing The Last DJ, LP + LP, S/Sided, Etch + Album, RE, RM, 555143-1, 9362-49202-4

Underrated album in my humble opinion. Great commentary on the music industry. Classic songs. Fantastic production. And the master himself, Chris Bellman, delivers us another fantastic slab of wax. When A Kid Goes Bad is goosebump-inducing!
Texasbear

Texasbear

October 26, 2020
referencing The Last DJ, CD, Album, Enh, 9 47955-2
I have a Japanese Digipack version of this album that apparently has some enhanced material on it as well. I’m assuming video of some sort as it has the requirements for Mac or Windows on the OBI. It’s never been played as I have a US copy of this on regular CD. The catalog number is WPCR-11344. I’m pretty sure that this is not a counterfeit item as it was purchased from CDJapan a few years ago. It has 10/23/02 as the release date on the OBI strip and if it is a counterfeit version, it’s a good one. The tri-fold cover is well made as well as the inserts and the OBI. I have purchased a few counterfeit copies and like any other collectible items, after you get screwed over a few times, you learn what to look for when it comes to counterfeit items.

Does anyone else have the Japanese version of this incredible album? I have a massive collection of US made CDs , many from Columbia House and another club that was popular in the late 90s and I haven’t even listed them here yet. Mostly because most of them are only worth around $5.00 or so maximum. If it’s a HDCD or a rare Disk, I generally list it under rare or hard to find CDs. I don’t want to go through the whole submission process, which takes me forever, to create a whole new release of this Cd if no one else has it. I don’t think it’s counterfeit as CDJapan has never been an unreliable source for the Japanese version of these rare disc. I have a very large collection of Japanese SHM and Paper Sleeve box sets that I’ve bought while in Japan, and several that my college friend who lives and works in Japan has sent me over the years that I have listed as they are steadily getting harder to find and the price of them is also going up as well.

James
Tor33rpm

Tor33rpm

January 7, 2019
referencing The Last DJ, LP + LP, S/Sided, Etch + Album, RE, RM, 555143-1, 9362-49202-4

Funniest thing happened tonight. As I was flipping over this record, I became distracted by something on my muted TV.....record still in my hand. After the distraction, I looked down at the record to place it on the table, saw that it was side 1. The Last DJ first cut. "Yup, just heard that side." Flipped it over just as my son asked me a question. Answered his question. Looked down and saw side 1, thinking, "Yup. Wait. Didn't I just flip it?" Then flipped it and place it on the table only see that it is side 1. WTF?!?! Am I going insane? Take it off, flip it over again.....bang. 2 side one labels on disc one. Funny story. Anyhooooo...Does anyone else have the same labeling glitch? My copy is the 2017 reissue 555143-1
Jontyler

Jontyler

August 27, 2018
referencing The Last DJ, LP, Album, 9362-47955-1
Can somebody help me out with this one? I have what appears to be an original 2002 The Last DJ lp "U.S pressing", however... there are a few things that coincide with the Germany pressing that I can't figure out. MY version has the gold "collectors edition" hype sticker with numbers 1-47955 (#1) on the sticker, but the back barcode is 0 9362-47955-1 3 now, the small print under it does say made in USA, burbank.. so i'm thinking this is a U.S pressing...but on Discogs, the barcode of the Germany lp is what's on my U.S version, and on Discogs the U.S version barcode says 9 47955-13.

I can't get a real picture of these albums so it's hard to find out, if anyone has any information about this, I would appreciate it greatly. Further information is the vinyl scratch marks on inner circle is 1-47955-A-REI- SRI and the same on other side, but -B- instead of -A-. Also, the Germany version says it's a gatefold, is the u.s a gatefold too?

So, if this is a U.S pressing, then the Discogs serial/catelog numbers on these pressings should be changed or set straight.
In closing, Why does Discogs Germany pressing say 0 9362-47955-1 3 and that number is on the U.S version, and why does Discogs list the U.S version as 9 47955-13.. and that version isn't on the U.S copy?

Thanks kindly,

Jon
Jontyler

Jontyler

August 27, 2018
referencing The Last DJ, LP, Album, 47955-1
Can somebody help me out with this one? I have what appears to be an original 2002 The Last DJ lp "U.S pressing", however... there are a few things that coincide with the Germany pressing that I can't figure out. MY version has the gold "collectors edition" hype sticker with numbers 1-47955 (#1) on the sticker, but the back barcode is 0 9362-47955-1 3 now, the small print under it does say made in USA, burbank.. so i'm thinking this is a U.S pressing...but on Discogs, the barcode of the Germany lp is what's on my U.S version, and on Discogs the U.S version barcode says 9 47955-13.

I can't get a real picture of these albums so it's hard to find out, if anyone has any information about this, I would appreciate it greatly. Further information is the vinyl scratch marks on inner circle is 1-47955-A-REI- SRI and the same on other side, but -B- instead of -A-. Also, the Germany version says it's a gatefold, is the u.s a gatefold too?

So, if this is a U.S pressing, then the Discogs serial/catelog numbers on these pressings should be changed or set straight.
In closing, Why does Discogs Germany pressing say 0 9362-47955-1 3 and that number is on the U.S version, and why does Discogs list the U.S version as 9 47955-13.. and that version isn't on the U.S copy?

Thanks kindly,

Jon
cement_head

cement_head

November 25, 2017
referencing The Last DJ, LP + LP, S/Sided, Etch + Album, RE, RM, 555143-1, 9362-49202-4
Does this pressing come with a download card for MP3?
FOHEngineer

FOHEngineer

October 5, 2017
referencing The Last DJ, LP + LP, S/Sided, Etch + Album, RE, RM, 555143-1, 9362-49202-4
Not sure, Notsoboo give the review his best shot. First off the album as a whole is consistent with other Petty releases sonically in my opinion. The song "When a Kid Goes Bad" when listened to on proper gear probably has so much spatial information spread across the soundstage it verges on holographic..This album retains some of the Jeff Lynne production style from years ago but several tunes here would have fit nicely on Mojo, with an organic band playing live feeling..Not the best album in the Petty catalog but squarely better that most rock albums recently released, and by no means awful...You have to be kidding...
notsoboo

notsoboo

July 23, 2017
referencing The Last DJ, LP + LP, S/Sided, Etch + Album, RE, RM, 555143-1, 9362-49202-4
This has never been the best sounding Heartbreakers album, but this pressing sounds awful to me. I thought I'd saved myself from having to buy an old original pressing, but that might not be the case. All well.
LeonardoA

LeonardoA

January 7, 2017
referencing The Last DJ, CD, Album, Enh, 9362-47955-2
Tom Petty is among the Veterans of the American rock. In his long career that began in the late 1970s he has been highs and lows known-both artistic and business-but always is he remained a relevant and constant musical factor. And although the 1990s may not have been his most productive, high-quality plates were as Wildflowers and Echo. Clear audible was that for Petty the years went count: that translated into more ballads and slower tempos. The Last DJ can as a logical continuation of Echo (1999). It is a typical Petty-plate with tasty rock songs (The Last DJ, When A Kid Goes Bad) and yet also striking many quiet songs (Money Becomes King, Dreamville, Blue Sunday). Unfortunately, on this album still a single Miss which The Man Who Loves Women absolutely the largest. What remains is a great Tom Petty album, that mainly is carried by petty's songwriters talent and one of the best back-up bands in the world: The Heartbreakers. Nothing new under the Sun, have a delicious plate.
jyroflux

jyroflux

November 28, 2015
referencing The Last DJ, CD, Album, Enh, 9 48396-2
This is just a comment. From all the evidence that I can find, including the release I hold in my hand, the version of The Last DJ that has the barcode 093624839620 includes a DVD as well. There is another version listed here with DVD, but it has a different barcode than the one I have.