For nearly three decades, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers' multi-platinum Greatest Hits collection has remained the GRAMMY? Award-winning band's biggest selling album, surpassing 12 million copies in the U.S. alone. While the Rock and Roll Hall of Famers would continue to reign for nearly 25 years after the LP's 1993 release ? touring and recording until Petty's sudden death in 2017 ? the enduring popularity of Greatest Hits remains a testament to the celebrated songwriter's timeless appeal.

Now, for the very first time, fans can experience this collection of classic songs like never before ? in enveloping Dolby Atmos. Available to stream on Apple Music, Amazon Music Unlimited, and Tidal via Geffen/UMe as of today, Greatest Hits has been mixed for the new format from the multi-tracks by Petty's longtime engineer, Ryan Ulyate, whose credits with Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers span nearly two decades' worth of solo and full-band projects, including Mojo (2010), Hypnotic Eye (2014), Highway Companion (2006), The Live Anthology (2009), and 2020's deluxe Wildflowers & All the Rest. The album features 18 of Petty's best ? including the Heartbreakers' earliest singles, chart-topping solo tracks, plus the Top 20 hit "Mary Jane's Last Dance" and a cover of Thunderclap Newman's "Something In The Air" ? both of which were first made available on this album.