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Epic double-album from the original Mod-fathers. Also £3.99 delivered at Amazon.co.uk minus Quidco.

1. I Am The Sea
2. The Real Me
3. Quadrophenia
4. Cut My Hair
5. The Punk And The Godfather
6. I'm One
7. The Dirty Jobs
8. Helpless Dancer
9. Is It In My Head?
10. I've Had Enough
11. 5:15
12. Sea And Sand
13. Drowned
14. Bell Boy
15. Doctor Jimmy
16. The Rock
17. Love, Reign O'er Me
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#1
http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51WcjkqOF5L._SS500_.jpg
#2
Together with The Who's Next album , this the Who's finest hour.
But reading the Amazon reviews some of the customers who bought this remastered edition have said it has been tinkered with to the extent that the sound is different from the original album as opposed to just being cleaned up.
I am tempted to get this, but wondered if anyone who already has this can comment on this
Thanks
Boz
#3
There might be some confusion between the original double-album released 1973 and the soundtrack to the film 'Quadrophenia' released 1979. The tracks on the soundtrack album (the one with Phil Daniels on the front cover) were remixed by John Entwistle for the movie.
#4
Yes could be I have this on 2CD & Vinyl but quite a few comments on Amazon.co.uk state that the album has been remixed as opposed to remastered .. and bits are clearly missing
#5
Remixed? Re-blooming-mixed? That's sacrilage!!!
[mod]#6
Bllomin' hot
#7
This is one top REAL music album. No rappin', yappin', synth-voiced dross here ... no V Festival tosh/pseudomusic thanks .. this is from the days when music was played by .. oddly ... musicians and not produced "bands". Rant over .. phew ... anyway another album to look out for on eBay usually is the Who's Tommy Symphonic version ... really good ... anyway ... great deal!!!
#8
scorching
#9
I have this on vinal, and loved Toms performance on Live Aid - but I just can't tempt myself to buy this, as the reviews as some od you have already said are all saying that the CD is NOT the same as the original soundtrack / vinal, and whilst not exactly expensive, I just cant be tempted just in case the comments are right! xxxx
#10
mint album ! Enough said !
#11
BELL BOY !!!!!
#12
Was £3.49 on Amazon and Play a couple of weeks back, but still a good price.
#13
Great album. Paid - after saving up - £4.10 for the original double gatefold sleeve with the booklet of black and white gritty grainy images. Think a single album was around £2.65
5:15 always a great single.

Plugging in that £4.10 in the 'Historic inflation calculator' here http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/historic-inflation-calculator gives a today equivalent price of £39.81!

ps The 180gram vinyl album is £22 at H.M.V, 200gram = £55.00
Other interesting stuff here
http://www.quadrophenia.net/



Edited By: airdsuk on Aug 22, 2010 12:26: additions
#14
BruceEBonus
This is one top REAL music album. No rappin', yappin', synth-voiced dross here ... no V Festival tosh/pseudomusic thanks .. this is from the days when music was played by .. oddly ... musicians and not produced "bands".
I'll agree with that... Although I must admit to veering off a bit in the early 90's but that was induced by other things... ALWAYS drew the line at rap with a capital C though. Heheh!

BruceEBonus
another album to look out for on eBay usually is the Who's Tommy Symphonic version ... really good ... anyway ... great deal!!!
Absolutely... I was given it a few weeks ago and smiled politely and threw it in the drawer. I then bought a Queen one in error but played it. Fantastic. Out came Tommy and guess what... Fantastic!
#15
Boz
Yes could be I have this on 2CD & Vinyl but quite a few comments on Amazon.co.uk state that the album has been remixed as opposed to remastered .. and bits are clearly missing

Is anyone able to confirm yay or nay to this yet? Ta for the warning Boz!

Edited By: ThunderBolt on Aug 22, 2010 13:59: Dunce
#16
BruceEBonus
This is one top REAL music album. No rappin', yappin', synth-voiced dross here ... no V Festival tosh/pseudomusic thanks .. this is from the days when music was played by .. oddly ... musicians and not produced "bands".

I'll agree with that... Although I must admit to veering off a bit in the early 90's but that was induced by other things... ALWAYS drew the line at rap with a capital C though. Heheh!

BruceEBonus
another album to look out for on eBay usually is the Who's Tommy Symphonic version ... really good ... anyway ... great deal!!!

Absolutely... I was given it a few weeks ago and smiled politely and threw it in the drawer. I then bought a Queen one in error but played it. Fantastic. Out came Tommy and guess what... Fantastic!


Yes The Prodigy are the only 'new' band from the Nineties with original music ...fact. Anyway I only heard the symphonic version of Tommy's I'm Free off We7.com and wanted and got the whole deleted album! Nice

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