Label: Polydor - 2480 467 Format: Vinyl LP, Album Country: New Zealand Genre: Rock Style: Classic Rock
The Village Voice. I had a cassette player in my car and I joined the Columbia House Music Club and they sent me cassettes. The album The Who - Who Are You (Vinyl reissued in a miniature replica of the vinyl album for CD. This edition contains the original album in stereo mix on disc one, the mono mix on disc two, and bonus tracks on both discs. Sister Disco. The Who Sell Out Media notes.
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Kemp, Mark In Brackett, Nathan; Hoard, Christian. Marsh, Dave Before I Get Old: The Story of The Who. The Who Sell Out Media notes. It seemed to me that it was important that these tracks needed to make the revised album. He also told me that "Keep On Working" did not exist as a Who song. Of course in my mind, how could the latter be true - Pete "said so" in ! Pete may have been mistaken as apparently "No Road Romance" was in the vaults as a work-in-process Who track, but not "Keep On Working".
What ended up being somewhat ironic, is that years later, the work-in-process version of "No Road Romance" was discovered and then used on the Japan remastered CD in place of the demo version. I absolutely love this version of "Empty Glass". To me, this was the next "Naked Eye". I find it perfectly fine "as is", but as a "finished" song - I believe it would have been that much better Oh well These overdubs make the song a bit "grittier" - but not much.
I can live with or without the remaining bonus tracks: I would have liked for them to have included the USA single version which uses the "Who the hell are you" lyrics included as a bonus track, but that track ended up on CD elsewhere i.
In other words, I must have had way too much time on my hands and just made all these reviews up for lack of anything better to do. Track Listing: Your information will not be shared.
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