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5 years, 8 months ago at Aug 19 20:13
Tommy, Who's Next and now This!!!!!!!!!.Wow! that sums up this album. This is The Who at their best! This album is what you call a Rock Opera, A Rock Opera is a album that is a story, all the songs make up a story. Its sort of like movie except that it is music. It comes with a 40 page book that helps descibe whats going on in the album. You will love the songs in here including "Love Reign O'er M... read more
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Description: Tommy, The Who's hugely successful rock-opera started it all. Quadrophenia was the 1973 follow-up, a disillusioned flashback to the early 60s, when mods engaged in pitched battles with rockers on the Brighton seafront. Pre-dating Trainspotting by two decades in its portrait youthful nihilism, drugs, violence and rock 'n' roll, Songs from Quadrophenia is the soundtrack to the 1978 film based on the original album. The film dropped several numbers, with The Who providing new songs "Get Out And Stay Out", "Four Faces" and "Joker James" (as well as producing re-recorded versions many of the original tun ... (more)
Manufacturer: Polydor
Release date: 17 April 2000
Number of discs: 2
EAN: 4988005237538 UPC: 4988005237538
Tags: Classic Rock (4), Hard Rock (3), Indie (2), 1973 (2), Punk (2), Drummer (2), Rock Opera (2), British Invasion (2), Indie Rock (2), Proto-punk (2), Punk Rock (2), Who (2), Roger Daltrey (2), Blues (2), Bassist (2), Blues Rock (2), Guitar (2), Psychedelic Rock (2), John Entwistle (2), British (2)
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