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Interprete:
Who, The
Album:
Exciting The Who
Stile:
Classic Rock
Rilasciato:
1968
Paese:
Japan
Etichetta:
Polydor
Catalogo:
SLPM-1385
Dimensione FLAC:
2375 mb
Dimensione MP3:
2648 mb
Dimensione WMA:
2382 mb


Tracklist


1The Last Time
2Pictures Of Lily
3A Quick One,While He's Away
4Doctor, Doctor
5Substitute
6I've Been Away
7Waltz For A Pig
8So Sad About Us
9Happy Jack
10Under My Thumb


Album


Who is the twelfth studio album by the English rock band the Who, released on 6 December 2019. In January 2019, The Who confirmed that they were working on their first album of new material in 13 years since their 2006 studio album Endless Wire, which would contain dark ballads, heavy rock stuff, experimental electronica, sampled stuff and Who-ish tunes that began with a guitar that goes yanga-dang, as Townshend stated. As with previous Who albums, vocalist Roger Daltrey and guitarist Pete. Listen free to The Who Exciting The Who Happy Jack, Pictures of Lily and more. 10 tracks . To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. The Who. Group Compilation. Songs in album The Who - Exciting The Who 1968. The Who - Happy Jack. The Who - Pictures Of Lily. The Who - Substitute. The Who - I've Been Away. The Who - Doctor Doctor. The Who - Waltz For A Pig. The Who - Last Time. The Who - Under My Thumb. The Whos twelfth studio album, WHO was released on 6 December 2019 in the following formats: Standard vinyl Polydor 7747053, Deluxe audiophile triple vinyl with rare demo Sand on LP3 Polydor 7748605, Standard CD Polydor 773036, Deluxe CD with three bonus tracks Polydor 0826465 and Cassette Polydor 0806462. The eleven-track album was mostly recorded in London and Los Angeles during spring and summer 2019 and was co-produced by Pete Townshend and Dave Sardy with vocal production by Dave Eringa. Singer Roger Daltrey. The Who's 'Who' is classic-rock comfort food. Rick Guest. The Who have only sparingly released new music since the death of drummer Keith Moon in 1978 - Who is only their fourth album since then - but it seems like biding their time has worked in their favor. Despite songs steeped in the bands once-bragged-about Maximum R&B witness Detour, which could fit on My Generation or Sell Out, and references the bands I Cant Explain , arena-rock grandeur Hero Ground Zero , and plenty of teenage-wasteland synths Street Song, I Dont Wanna Get Wise , they now have some. Now, in their mid-seventies, the surviving members of The Who grapple with their legacy on a twelfth album as big and bold as any fan could hope for. Im rocking in rage, well past my prime, denying the curtain, wasting no time, Roger Daltrey, 75, roars, singing the words of songwriter and guitarist Pete Townshend, 74. Rockin in Rage is one of a clutch of epic rock songs that attempt to fire up The Whos core power with age-appropriate sentiments. If I cant speak my truth for fear of being abused I might as well be a mute, my voice never used, Daltrey growls wistfully, over an atmospher. Biography by Stephen Thomas Erlewine. Follow Artist. Album Highlights. Who's Next. Live at Leeds. The Who Sings My Genera The Who. The Who Sell Out. The Ultimate Collection. See Full Discography. On the Who's first album in 13 years, Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend sound invigorated, even in songs that address 70-something concerns. And this from an outfit that pretty much entirely skipped its own middle age, having released just one album 2006s little noticed Endless Wire in the long, stingy lapse between their supposed 1982 swan song, Its Hard, and the present day. The WHO album review Check out my review of the Who's new album entitled 'WHO' Do these classic rock legends manage to recapture their classic sound Who: Who album art work. This is obviously not the way heritage rock artists essaying their first album in 13 years are meant to carry on. Then again, it feels, well, very Who. Forty years on, with half of the Who deceased and the relationship of its two surviving members in a precarious state Who was recorded without Townshend or Daltrey actually meeting Townshend seems more troubled than ever. Who certainly does some of the things that artists of their vintage are supposed to do, including make knowing references to their most beloved work