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The Who - The Best Album
Rock
Performer: The Who
Title: The Best
Year 1990
Country Italy
Label Polygram
Catalog Number 847315-2
Genre: Rock
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 874
MP3 size: 2511 mb
FLAC size: 2242 mb
WMA size: 2446 mb
Record From: CD, Compilation

The Who - The Best Album

Tracklist

1Pictures Of Lily2:44
2I Can't Explain2:05
3Join Together4:20
4I'm A Boy2:37
5You Better, You Bet5:37
6Magic Bus3:17
7I'm Free2:30
8See Me, Feel Me3:27
9Who Are You5:03
10Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere2:40
11I Can See For Miles4:08
12Pinball Wizard3:01
13Squeeze Box2:41
14My Generation3:14
15Happy Jack2:14
16Substitute3:47
17The Kids Are Alright3:05
18Won't Get Fooled Again3:37

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
8471511The Who The Best ‎(LP, Comp)Polygram8471511Italy1988
847315-4The Who The Best ‎(Cass, Comp)Polydor847315-4Italy1988
847315-1, 847 315-1The Who The Best ‎(LP, Comp)Polydor, Polydor847315-1, 847 315-1Italy1988

Notes

℗ 1990 PolyGram Italia S.r.l.

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 42284 73152
  • Label Code: LC0305
  • Other: AAD

Album

The Who is ranked number 19 in the overall artist rankings with a total rank score of 66,148. The Who official website: . This may not be a complete discography for The listing only shows those albums by this artist that appear in at least one chart on this site. If an album is 'missing' that you think deserves to be here, you can include it in your own chart from the My Charts page The Who best tracks. The best in culture from a cultural icon. Subscribe now for more from the authority on music, entertainment, politics and pop culture. Readers Poll: The 10 Greatest Who Albums. Your picks include Live at Leeds, Tommy and Meaty Beaty Big and Bouncy. In third album The Who Sell Out, they delivered a perfectly on-point concept album structured like an illicit radio transmission, featuring fake commercial jingles between songs. For all the artsy japes, standouts like I Can See for Miles emerged as instant classics. 3 My Generation. Over a decade before the Sex Pistols demonstrated that an anti-pop, anti-fashion, anti-everything aesthetic could be alarmingly marketable, The Who were teaching their own generation to flick off polite societys expectations with their debut record. The title track is an obvious classic, but songs like The K. With all of the compilations the Who have released over the years, it's easy to forget that their studio output boils down to a mere 11 albums. What makes it so remarkable is that the band's first six LPs from 1965's The Who Sings My Generation to 1973's Quadrophenia are all classics, essential records from rock's golden age. Very few artists rival their streak. And which records should you avoid The following list of the Who Albums, Ranked From Worst to Best sets the record straight - and yes, we included Live at Leeds , because it's not your typical live album. Next: The Who's Most Underrated Songs. Filed Under : The Who. Categories : Galleries , Lists , Worst to Best. 2018 г. The Who Greatest Hits Full Album - Best. Best 20 Songs of Q u e e n - Продолжительность: 1:20:37 We Bought A Masterpiece Recommended for Generation: The Very Best of The Who is one of The Who's many greatest hits collections, released by Polydor Records internationally and MCA Records in the United States in 1996. Its release coincided with the release of the remastered original albums omitting My Generation for contractual reasons and thus contained the newly remastered versions of the songs, and some also remixed. All songs written by Pete Townshend except where noted. I Can't Explain 2:04. 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, due to 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 Townshend. 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. Their best album since 1975 The Times. An all-rocking, all windmilling, spikily thought-provoking album MOJO, September 2019. As opening lines go I dont care, I know youre going to hate this song, and thats fair we never really got along from The Whos new single All This Music Must Fade is perhaps the most confrontational and catchy of 2019 so far. Now 55 years after they made their first recordings, The Who are back with their first new album in thirteen years entitled WHO due for release on 6 December 2019. It's not billed that way but given the Who's productivity since their initial split in 1982, it's difficult not to view 2019's Who as the band's final album. It's only their second album in 37 years, and if it takes them another 13 years to complete a third - that's the length of time separating Who from 2006's Endless Wire - both Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey will be well into their eighties, a seemingly unlikely age for new work by rockers

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this great sounding cd was released as a t.v special offer in italy only in 1990, the disc sounds great and has the same inlay artwork that the lp version had two years before when that was released in 1988. i think the lp in 1988 was a special italian t.v only offer as well. anyway i am happy to have both.....