Into the Great Wide Open: I've always been a big Tom Petty fan. At the end of the 80's and in the beginning of the 90's he changed his style from his previous heavier, more metal sound  to a cleaner, poppier sound.
The first album to come out this way was the solo effort, Full Moon Fever in 1989. The most notable song from that one is Free Falling.
Two years later he reunited with the Heartbreakers to continue the sound on Into the Great Wide Open. 
There's nothing about this album that I don't like. Every song is a keeper from the opening track (Learning to Fly) to the last (Built to Last).
I would try and tell you about a few favorites, but then I'd just have to go track by track through the whole album, because I literally like every single one of them.
Just do me a favor and give it a listen.
Into the Great Wide Open: A+
 - Note I did not say he was metal. I said the sound was more metal.
 - Wildflowers finished up the trio of albums in '94. His first greatest hits also came out during this stint. It included the new song, Mary Jane's Last Dance which has the same general sound.