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Scheduled To Appear – 06/08

04:04 PM Tuesday 6/8/10 | |

When Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers finish rolling out Mojo, their first collection of new material in eight years, it’ll be available in just about every format conceivable. And to help fans decide which is right for them, they’re giving everyone a chance to live with the album for a week – sort of.

The standard CD and digital download formats dropping next Tuesday are available for purchase on their own or as part of a ticket bundle for Petty and company’s Mojo Tour, which kicked off last week in Denver.

Two weeks later, on June 29, the album will be released exclusively through Amazon and independent retail stores as a stand-alone audio only Blu-ray disc – a first for a contemporary recording artist. The disc, which contains 256 times more resolution than a CD and more accurately reproduces the full dynamic range of the original recordings, can be played in stereo or 5.1 surround sound.

Also available on June 29 is a special 180 gram, 2-LP vinyl version of Mojo pressed at Pallas, Germany, and mastered at Bernie Grundman Studios from the uncompressed 24-bit 48 kHz files.

Both the Blu-ray and the audiophile vinyl editions of the album include a code that will allow a digital download in one of three formats: 320 kbs Mp3, Apple Lossless or Flac.

A special iTunes version of Mojo, available for pre-order now, includes an immediate download of the first single, “I Should Have Known It,” as well as exclusive music, videos and other special features like scans of four hand-written lyrics sheets from Petty’s personal notebook.

Now, about that test drive: ESPN is launching a brand-new music section of “The Life” on its website. To christen the new arrival, ESPN.com will begin streaming Mojo in its entirety beginning tomorrow morning and continuing through the album’s release date of June 15.

Tuesday, June 08
Rascal Flatts – “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” – rerun
Clay Aiken, Ben Gleib, Gary Valentine, Loni Love – “Chelsea Lately”
Hanson – “Lopez Tonight”
Sarah McLachlan – “Late Show with David Letterman”
Chris Rock, Sting – “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno”
Iyaz – “Jimmy Kimmel Live!”
Lee DeWyze, Circa Survive – “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon”
Surfer Blood – “Last Call with Carson Daly” – rerun

Wednesday, June 09
Harry Connick Jr. – “The View”
Jerry Seinfeld – “Live with Regis and Kelly”
Melissa Etheridge – “The Tavis Smiley Show”
Chris Hardwick, Arden Myrin, Guy Branum – “Chelsea Lately”
Ice Cube – “Lopez Tonight”
Christina Aguilera – “Late Show with David Letterman”
Adam Sandler, Ok Go – “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno”
Massive Attack – “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” – rerun
Phish – “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon”
Ludacris, Living Sisters – “Last Call with Carson Daly” – rerun

Thursday, June 10
Usher – “The View”
Christina Aguilera – “Live with Regis and Kelly”
Martin Lawrence – “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” – rerun
Eric Price, Chris Franjola, Jo Koy – “Chelsea Lately”
Lil Jon w/LMFAO – “Lopez Tonight”
Denis Leary, Alanis Morissette – “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno”
Taio Cruz – “Jimmy Kimmel Live!”
Sarah McLachlan – “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon”
Damian Marley w/Nas – “Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson”
Angels & Airwaves – “Last Call with Carson Daly” – rerun

Friday, June 11
Don Rickles, Corbin Bleu, Michael Buble – “Live with Regis and Kelly” – rerun
Bobby Lee, Jen Kirkman, Dov Davidoff – “Chelsea Lately” – rerun
Robert Klein, Allison Moorer – “Late Show with David Letterman”
Tim Allen, Against Me! – “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno”
Miike Snow – “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” – rerun
Denis Leary – “Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson”
Circa Survive – “Last Call with Carson Daly” – rerun

Saturday, June 12
Arcade Fire – “Austin City Limits” – rerun
Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers – “Saturday Night Live” – rerun


  1. phideaux3 wrote:

    05:24 PM, Jun 08, 2010

    i can't tell the diff, but does anyone else think it's weird that the vinyl version is mastered from a digital source?  i'd think a real analog-head would object.  but 5.1 is a great idea!