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Mudcrutch was an early Tom Petty band, most of which evolved into Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers. When Mudcrutch originally headed to Hollywood in search of their first record deal, the band consisted of Tom Petty, Mike Campbell, Danny Roberts, Benmont Tench and Randall Marsh. They signed with "Shelter Records" and released one single in 1975. "Depot Street" was the A-side with "Wild Eyes" being the B-side. The last incarnation of Mudcrutch consisted of future Heartbreakers Benmont Tench, Mike Campbell… read more

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  • so these are a few of many that stevie fucked , and sucked in my house
  • so they ie heartbreakers they was breakin' my bleedin' fukin' heart . . . you pieces of feces in my face is bad on your resume youall allowed him to fuck every slut and spend all your money what would you like me to do ?
  • As long as you dont scare eaSY , listen to these folk
  • Petty is amazing.
  • Mudcrutch is sooooooo incredible. Oh Maria, Scare easy, Shady Grove....... EVERYTHING is fantastic.
  • Really, Bootleg Flyer is a way better song than Depot Street imo. I'm surprised that wasn't their Single and that it's not played that much.
  • Yea, I love Mudcrutch and their album is enjoyable. Very Jammy type of record, but no way it compares to what they did in the '70s. Depot Street is a classic.
  • tom petty is brill

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