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AnPeter90

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Damn, you're right!

I picked up the vinyl the other day, but hadn't listened to it yet. After reading your post, I played it and, sure enough, the first chorus lyric is different! I compared it to all other appearances of the song in my collection, and I don't think this particular version has ever been released before. Looks like a screw-up to me!

I bet this version -- with the wrong chorus lyric -- was the way the song originally was finished. Then, afterward, Petty went back and replaced that first chorus with a copy of one of the later choruses (which all feature the "one more time to kill the pain" lyric) before releasing it.

Good catch!

Not in a way where the band's up there in age and already is well-established like Joe Satriani joining Deep Purple after Ritchie Blackmore left.

I'm talking about bands relatively early in their careers where one legend leaves the band, and the band turns around and hires another bona-fide player. I understand that "legendary" can be somewhat subjective so I'll let you be the judge, but they should be well-known and accomplished all across the board.

One that always came to mind was Scorpions. First album (and later Lovedrive) had Michael Schenker on lead, and after he left, they got another by the name of Uli Jon Roth.

Alcatrazz first had Yngwie Malmsteen, and after he left for a highly successful solo career they hired Steve Vai.

And of course there was the Yardbirds who had several legends like Jimmy Page, Jeff Beck and Eric Clapton.

Any others?

Without a doubt the most open is David Crosby. I feel I've gotten to know him thru our various encounters there. Lately Boy George is headed down that road. Do you folks know any others who actually deal with fans in the same way Crosby does?