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3 Who CD's £10.00 - Delivered @ HMV

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5% Quidco There's a choice of 4 in the 3 for £10 collection. Sell Out: Remastered Then & Now Who Are You: Remastered Plus Extra Tracks Whos Next: Remastered
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7y, 10m agoFound 7 years, 10 months ago
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There's a choice of 4 in the 3 for £10 collection.

Sell Out: Remastered
Then & Now
Who Are You: Remastered Plus Extra Tracks
Whos Next: Remastered
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Then & Now

Yet another best-of collection from hyperactive 60s mod rockers, this time constrained to a single disc and distinguished by featuring the band's first new recordings for 22 years. The two new songs are the first fruits of the recording sessions for the band's 2004 album and the collection also features all the big hits such as 'I Can't Explain', 'My Generation', 'The Kids Are Alright', 'Pinball Wizard', 'Behind Blue Eyes' and 'Won't Get Fooled Again'.

Sell Out: Remastered

Only three albums into its recording career, the Who had already begun to distance itself from its proletarian R&B beginnings. Here, songwriter Pete Townshend follows up on the rock-opera idea he had introduced on A QUICK ONE with the extended, multi-part composition "Rael" and would later expand upon with TOMMY. The band had also begun exploring the form of the concept album. The songs are connected by bits of fake radio commercials and brass fanfares, and there's a little of everything thrown into the mix. All-out rockers like the vengeful "I Can See For Miles" vie for the listener's attention with the romantic declarations of "Our Love Was" and the soft, folky "Maryanne With The Shaky Hand" on this impressively eclectic album.

Who Are You: Remastered Plus Extra Tracks

By the end of the '70s, the original version of the Who was reaching the end of its tether (Keith Moon was nearing the end of his life). WHO ARE YOU can be seen as something of a swan song for the spirit that ignited the rock & roll juggernaut that was the Who in its prime. The increased prominence of synthesizers here (the electronic flavouring of the title track recalls "Baba O'Riley") points towards the direction the post-Moon '80s version of the band would take. Instead of casting aspersions on socio-political ills, Townshend was casting glances askance at current musical trends ("Sister Disco") and his own occupation ("Guitar and Pen"). Entwistle's bass still rumbles melodically through the tunes in the grand style, and Daltrey's wounded-beast roar is at its most impassioned on such songs as "Had Enough". The end of an era was just around the corner, but the band blazed away regardless, making WHO ARE YOU the last must-have Who album.

Whos Next: Remastered

While both THE WHO SELL OUT and TOMMY have their passionate devotees, WHO'S NEXT is the Who's masterpiece. Originally, Pete Townshend intended these songs for an even larger-scale project than TOMMY, a massive multimedia extravaganza, called LIFEHOUSE, that the songwriter eventually abandoned. Townshend was initially keen to keep at least the basic structure of the story for the Who's next record, but associate producer Glyn Johns convinced him that a straightforward single disc of the project's best songs would make a stronger album. Wise counsel indeed, because WHO'S NEXT is by far the group's most focused and powerful effort.
Bracketed by "Baba O'Riley" and "Won't Get Fooled Again", two classic rock epics that did more to advance the cause of synthesizers in mainstream rock than Kraftwerk's entire career, this album is basically flawless, ranging in mood from the heartbreaking "The Song Is Over" to John Entwistle's bitterly funny "My Wife". Although nearly every song on the record, barring only the bluesy acoustic interlude "Love Ain't for Keeping", is a saturation-level FM-rock-radio mainstay, WHO'S NEXT is that rarity--an intimately familiar album that never gets tiresome.
:thumbsup: nice 1 ..heat added
Mr Weasle
:thumbsup: nice 1 ..heat added

Thanks Mr Weasle

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