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The Who - Who's Next



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Release date: 31 July 1971
Style: Rock, Power pop , Hard rock

Owners:

159 have it
7 want it


Disc I
01. Baba O'Riley
02. Bargain
03. Love Ain't For Keeping
04. My Wife
05. The Song Is Over
06. Getting In Tune
07. Going Mobile
08. Behind Blue Eyes
09. Won't Get Fooled Again

2003 Deluxe Edition Bonus Tracks
10. Baby Don't You Do It" [Longer Version]
11. Getting in Tune
12. Pure and Easy [Alternate Version]
13. Love Ain't For Keeping [Electric Version, Townshend on lead vocals]
14. Behind Blue Eyes [Alternate Version]
15. Won't Get Fooled Again [Original New York sessions version]

Disc II 2003 Deluxe Edition Bonus Disc
01. Love Ain't For Keeping
02. Pure and Easy
03. Young Man Blues
04. Time Is Passing
05. Behind Blue Eyes
06. I Don't Even Know Myself
07. Too Much of Anything
08. Getting in Tune
09. Bargain
10. Water
11. My Generation
12. Road Runner
13. Naked Eye
14. Won't Get Fooled Again

02.08.2021
I still have no idea why The Who are on Metal Storm, and I know it's a bit inappropriate to add another staff pick now when we're celebrating the work of the many musicians who passed last week. But one of the greatest rock albums of all time turned 50 years a few days ago. It's bombastic, showcases fantastic chemistry, it's bookended by some of classic rock's absolute best songs, it has slight forays into prog rock, and it has the beast that is Keith Moon on drums. I call that a bargain.

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28.04.2014 - 16:46
NorthernDickhead

Why is this in MS?
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28.04.2014 - 17:33
raveneffect

Written by NorthernDickhead on 28.04.2014 at 16:46

Why is this in MS?


same. this and most of Classic Prog Rock.

While It can't be denied its influence in Heavy Metal music, it doensn't really belong (or at least shouldnt).
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12.08.2014 - 02:11
Zap

Written by raveneffect on 28.04.2014 at 17:33

same. this and most of Classic Prog Rock.

While It can't be denied its influence in Heavy Metal music, it doensn't really belong (or at least shouldnt).

That's why it's invisible.
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And the tears that we will weep today
Will all be washed away
By the tears that we will weep again tomorrow
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25.02.2017 - 00:01
Rating: 7
DeathMetal

Not my thing but I can appreciate it.
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06.08.2021 - 04:36
Rating: 10
ChapuLviz

The best album of The Who
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06.08.2021 - 11:25
Rating: 9
AndyMetalFreak
Mr Nice Guy
This album is legendary! Even if it's not everyone's thing, you can still appreciate it's importance in the world of Rock, and the influence it had on a whole generation.
Won't Get Fooled Again and Baba O'Riley will always remain favourite Who songs of mine.
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06.08.2021 - 12:20
Rating: 10
RaduP
CertifiedHipster
Written by AndyMetalFreak on 06.08.2021 at 11:25

Won't Get Fooled Again

The last few minutes of that song are something else
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Do you think if the heart keeps on shrinking
One day there will be no heart at all?


2021 goodies
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06.08.2021 - 16:32
Rating: 9
AndyMetalFreak
Mr Nice Guy
Written by RaduP on 06.08.2021 at 12:20

The last few minutes of that song are something else

It's amazing how it builds up to that Scream, one of the best endings I've heard!
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