Review #214: Wildflowers, Tom Petty

#214: Wildflowers, Tom Petty

Another album that was produced by Rick Rubin. We’ve seen him most recently at #209 (Raising Hell by Run-DMC) and least recently at #15 (It Takes a Nation… by Public Enemy), but I’m sure there are countless inbetween that the big R.R. had a hand in. (This is neither here nor there, but Rick Rubin looks a lot like Hagrid from Harry Potter.)

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