A week after the arrival of Tom Petty’s American Treasure box, Universal has announced that it will release a collection of the best and greatest hits of the musician.
The Best of Everything, scheduled for release on November 16, will feature 38 tracks, including the unreleased “For Real” and the alternative version of “The Best of Everything,” originally released in 1985 on Southern Accents.
It is already available in the pre-sale and will be available on vinyl on December 7. Just below you can listen to the title track version and then the tracklist.
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Petty was found unconscious at his home, not breathing and in full cardiac arrest, early in the morning of October 2, 2017. He was resuscitated and taken to the UCLA Medical Center in Santa Monica, California, where he died at 8:40 pm PDT.
After reports of Petty’s hospitalization, premature reports of his death spread quickly and widely, and without official denial or confirmation, continued throughout the day until the band’s management issued official confirmation shortly after Petty’s actual death Monday evening. While the official announcement said Petty collapsed early Monday morning, original reports claimed the incident happened Sunday night.
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