Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers biggest single would come in the 1990s: “Mary Jane’s Last Dance” wasn’t even meant to be included in the Greatest Hits album, after all, it wasn’t a hit. It had never even been recorded, let alone released. Despite Tom Petty not wanting to include a new song on the album, the record company insisted he write a new song for the album, which ironically became their biggest single.
1990 – Traveling Wilburys, Volume Three
1991 – Into the Great Wide Open
1993 – Greatest Hits
1994 – Wildflowers
1996 – Songs and Music from She’s the One
1999 – Echo