The Word On: Mojo, Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers
Friday 18 June 2010
"'Mojo' is the strongest set of songs from Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers in over a decade and a half."
"'Something Good Coming' is the loveliest, most soulful ballad Petty's written in years. But for fans hoping for a reminder of the band's true greatness, 'Mojo' offers more frustrating proof that the waiting is still the hardest part." popdose.com
"It seems that the actual songwriting has taken a backseat to superfluous bluesy jams." ventvox.com
"The best Heartbreakers record since 'Southern Accents' and the best Petty record since Wildflowers and that is why it belongs in your collection." nodepression.com
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