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The Last DJ

Recorded in , in the first two years of President George W. He will not play the songs they tell him to play. Yet, while Petty may have been incensed by the political moment, he was rather abstract when talking about issues.

He even told DeRogatis that his style is not to get too specific about a problem. And you know what?


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Well some folks say they're gonna hang him so high 'Cause you just can't do what he did There're some things you just can't put in the minds of those kidsAs we celebrate mediocrity all the boys upstairs want to see How much you'll pay for what you used to get for free. And there goes your freedom of choice There goes the last human voice And there goes the last DJ. Well he got him a station down in Mexico And sometimes it'll kind of come in And I'll bust a move and remember how it was back then.


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And there goes the last DJ Who plays what he wants to play And says what he wants to say, hey hey hey Formats get narrower and more repetitive, good acts get put out to pasture in their prime, all the best songs come back as car commercials, and nothing ever seems to get better. Throughout his career, Tom Petty has fought the industry over issues like album and ticket pricing, and he refused to take on the endorsement deals expected of a star of his stature. Now he's even gone to the trouble of recording The Last DJ , a loosely structured concept album about just how bad the job of making music has gotten.

The titular opening track is classic Petty: Catchy, clever, and unmistakably from the heart, it uses the figure of the last DJ "who plays what he wants to play" as a symbol for everything that's gone wrong since the early, adventurous days of FM rock that coincided with Petty's formative years. A rebel to the end, his last DJ now works out of Mexico, and can only be heard shimmering between other stations on the dial.