Apple's second album, When the Pawn..., was released in 1999.
When the Pawn, which was produced by Jon Brion, used more expressive lyrics, experimented more with drum loops, and incorporated both the Chamberlin and drummer Matt Chamberlain.During this period, Apple also made recordings of The Beatles' "Across the Universe" and Percy Mayfield's "Please Send Me Someone to Love" for the soundtrack of the film Pleasantville.She later canceled the last twenty-one dates on a tour in support of her album due to "personal family problems".If they cheated on that person with you, don't be surprised if you're the next victim.Then, if this video is any indication of real life, they will die in a horrible, fiery car accident. This single from 2004's "American Idiot" deftly speaks on the emotional consequences of having a loved one away at war. But really, all you'll ever want to know about how the music industry operates -- its perpetual elevating and dismissing of anyone who's ever written a hit song -- is contained in these six-plus minutes.In stark contrast to "Heart-Shaped Glasses," Wood displays the same level of gravitas that made her role in "Thirteen" so memorable. Petty had 15 years of recording locked in before penning this cautionary tale. Look for appearances by Gabrielle Anwar as the girlfriend, Faye Dunaway as the manager and a pre-"Friends" Matt Le Blanc as the guy getting a tattoo in the video's closing seconds.