Petty's 2002 album, The Last DJ, was dismissed by some as a veteran rocker's aimless primal scream against a changing music industry. (Many stations refused to play its anti-corporate title track, which Petty took as a compliment.) The album did have some fine moments, especially the gorgeous "Dreamville," a nostalgic look back at his youth, when he bought guitar strings at Lillian's Music Store and listened to early rock on the radio. "It's one of the best songs I ever wrote," said Petty. "That was about innocence, before the corruptions hit me."