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The Who Discography

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My Generation [Deluxe Edition]
My Generation [Deluxe Edition]
"1965, Their first and ground breaking album, Absolute classic 60's sound with self penned songs and covers of classic James Brown tracks. A must have in any 60's collection."
A Quick One
A Quick One
"1966 second release with song contributions from all four band members. Pop art starts here. Another Classic."
The Who Sell Out
The Who Sell Out
"1967, Pop art meets Psychedelia, Classic Who tracks joined together by classic Radio London jingles, Great harmonies,"
Tommy
Tommy
"1969, A double album Rock Opera in which Townshend excels, A slightly strange story line but fantastic songs, Prog Rock was on it's way"
Live At Leeds (Deluxe Edition)
Live At Leeds (Deluxe Edition)
"1970, Simply one of the greatsest live albums of all time, Moon's drumming is sensational and Entwistle's Bass is awesome, Live rock music just doesn't get any better than this."
Who's Next (Deluxe Edition)
Who's Next (Deluxe Edition)
"1971, Considered to be The Who's finest album, This was supposed to be a double album called Lifehouse but ended up being a single LP with lots of great tracks being left off, See Odds and Sods."
Meaty Beaty Big And Bouncy
Meaty Beaty Big And Bouncy
"1972, Simply a greatest hits compilation featuring all the singles from 1965 to 1971, A good introduction to this great band."
Quadrophenia
Quadrophenia
"1973, Another great concept album from Townshend, This album later became the 1979 film of the same name, Highly under rated album, Classic rock anthems galore."
Odds & Sods
Odds & Sods
"1974, Good album compiled by John Entwistle from songs that The Who for one reason or another didn't use from the previous ten years, Some great songs from the aborted Lifehouse project."
The Who By Numbers
The Who By Numbers
"1975, A change of direction from The Who with a more mellow feel but still some great songs and well produced, Very enjoyable."
Who Are You
Who Are You
"1978, Superb album with The Who back in top form, Daltrey's vocal is pushed to the limit with this mixture of Rock classics and very well produced ballads, A very fitting farewell to Keith Moon."
The Kids Are Alright
The Kids Are Alright
"1979, Simply music from the soundtrack of The Who's rock documentary film directed by Jeff Stein, Classic live clips and TV appearances between 1965 and 1979. A must see."
Quadrophenia
Quadrophenia
"1980, Again featuring music from the soundtrack of the film including 1960's Mod tunes and tracks from the original 1973 album re-mixed by John Entwistle."
Face Dances
Face Dances
"1981, A warm welcome to Ex-Small faces drummer Kenney Jones for this great comeback album, Once again The Who at their very best, Great album."
It's Hard
It's Hard
"1982, Not The Who's best but still there are some great songs here proving Townshend's creative edge is still there, Good contributions also from Entwistle, Well worth a listen."
The Who: BBC Sessions
The Who: BBC Sessions
"A good collection of early BBC Radio appearances from the 60's and early 70's. Some good alternative versions of classic Who songs."
The Ultimate Collection
The Ultimate Collection
"Does exactly what it says on the tin, All the singles are here and more, A great 'Best of'"