The Who have been with several labels over the years. In the United Kingdom and elsewhere outside North America, they were signed originally to Brunswick Records. In 1966, they moved to Polydor Records and took the rights to their Brunswick recordings with them. They created and moved to Track Records the following year with distribution by Polydor. They left Track in 1974 and returned to Polydor directly, remaining with the label ever since.
The Ultimate Collection is a 2002 two-disc greatest hits set by The Who with both singles and top hits from albums, all of which have been remastered. The compilation was released by Polydor Records internationally and on MCA Records in the . The first 150,000 copies added a third disk with rare tracks and music videos. The album debuted on the Billboard 200 album chart on 29 June 2002, at No. 31 and hit No. 17 on the British charts
The Who is ranked number 15 in the overall artist rankings with a total rank score of 116,194. Members who like this artist also like: The Beatles, Pink Floyd and Led Zeppelin. the who 1975 tour programme steve gibbons Condition: Very Good. Time left: 55s. Ships to: Worldwide. HOT ACID HITS, Jimi Hendrix, The Who, Steppenwolf, Stereo 8-Track Tape - Tested Condition: Acceptable. Time left: 2m 27s. Soundtrack - Doctor Who (The Feast.
The Who are rock legends who are widely considered among the best rock bands of all time. This Who discography is ranked from best to worst, so the top Who albums can be found at the top of the list . Producer: Glyn Johns, Kit Lambert. Tracks: I’ve Had Enough, The Punk and the Godfather, 5:15, I’m One, I’m One, The Rock, The Rock, The Dirty Jobs, The Dirty Jobs, Doctor Jimmy, Bell Boy, Drowned, Quadrophenia, Sea and Sand, Helpless Dancer, Helpless Dancer, Cut My Hair, Is It in My Head, 5:15, I Am the Sea, The Punk Meets the Godfather, The Real Me, Is It in My Head?, Doctor Jimmy, I Am the Sea, Drowned, The Real Me, I’ve Had Enough, Sea and Sand, Bell Boy, Love, Reign O’er Me. Genres (Music): Progressive rock, Rock music, Hard rock, Pop rock, Concept album. 201 45. Agree or disagree?
Described by Pete Townshend as an album of hits, picks, mixes and misses, it features many of your all-time favourites plus a few of the lesser-known hits including ‘Dogs’, ‘Call Me Lightning’, ‘Let’s See Action’, ‘Postcard’, ‘Athena’ and ‘Eminence Front’ PLUS the album closes with the brand new single ‘Be Lucky’. Love Reign O’er Me. Postcard. Squeeze Box. Slip Kid. Who Are You. Trick Of The Light.
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By far, best album by The Who. Absolutely undervalued. Top 3 best albums ever, possibly the best. Pete Townshend made the definitive story of alienated youth. just the sad opening of . 5 draws you in and breaks your heart. this is a must if you have not heard this record. the gifted Phil Daniels and Ray Winstone (two of England's working class actors) bring a whole new meaning to the. music. but hear the album first. keith moon's drumming is truly a work of art in itself. Every part of it is AMAZING. The Who at their peak of music making and playing.
Why should I care? Why should I care? Girls of fifteen Sexually knowing The ushers are sniffing Eau-de-cologning. The seats are seductive Celibate sitting Pretty girls digging Prettier women. Magically bored On a quiet street corner Free frustration In our minds and our toes. Quiet storm water M-m-my generation Uppers and downers Either way blood flows. Inside outside, leave me alone Inside outside, nowhere is home Inside outside, where have I been? Out of my brain on the 5:15 Out of my brain on the train Out of my brain on the train.
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Written-By – Pete Townshend
Written-By – Pete Townshend
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