For the last couple of months, we’ve been flush with never before heard material from Tom Petty. The Wildflowers and All the Rest album made its debut late last year, accompanied by a new mega-box set of alternate takes. This week some of those songs will be heard individually when the Finding Wallflowers discs from that set get their separate release. Those mid-90s sessions also yielded material that would be included as a soundtrack to Ed Burns’ 1996 film She’s The One, and now that album is getting a redux version for Record Store Day when Angel Dream, a reworking of the soundtrack that includes more new tracks, will be released. It’s incredible to finally hear all of this Tom Petty goodness, but it will be a shame when this Petty-ssance finally comes to an end.