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The Who Hits 50! is a compilation of singles by the English rock band The Who, released in 2014 by Polydor Records. The two-disc set contains every single released by the band in the United Kingdom, with the exceptions of: "A Legal Matter" and "La-La-La-Lies" from 1966; and "Long Live Rock" and the remake of "I'm One" from 1979.
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’.
The Who need no excuse to release a new compilation - since 1994, a new collection has appeared roughly at the rate of one every three years - but the band's 50th anniversary does provide the opportunity for a splashy new compilation, the first since 2009's Greatest Hits
The Who Meaty Beaty Big and Bouncy Vinyl LP Record Condition: Used. Time left: 5m 21s. Ships to: Worldwide. SLPM 138904 Janacek The Diary of One Who Vanished Griffel Haefliger Kubelik DGG Condition: Used. Time left: 6m 43s. Like all innovators some things went better than others however to me there has never been a bad Who album. Some just took a little longer to love. My personal favourite is Quadrophenia closely followed by Who's Next & their most underrated album Who By Numbers.
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. But where should you start? And which records should you avoid? The following list of the Who Albums, Ranked From Worst.
The Who are an English rock band who were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1990. Magic Bus: The Who on Tour (1968). In the UK, the album was released as ‘Direct Hits’. Meaty Beaty Big and Bouncy (1970). Odds & Sods (1974). The Story of the Who (1976). Join Together (1982). Who’s Greatest Hits (1983). Rarities Volume I & Volume II (1983). Who’s Missing (1985). The Who Collection (1985). Two’s Missing (1987). Who’s Better, Who’s Best (1988). Thirty Years of Maximum R&B (1994). My Generation: The Very Best of The Who (1996). The Ultimate Collection (2002). The Best of The Who (2003).
Nothing with Keith Moon really disappointed me, but this album is definitely king to me. Amazing from start to finish, especially the opening and closing tracks(Baba O' Riley and Won't Get Fooled Again). However, those two songs are certainly not the only good songs on this stellar album! Bargain, Behind Blue Eyes, Getting in Tune, etc. Like I said, it's amazing from start to finish! - Metarock. Glad to see it at the top. Has many fabulous tracks on it like Baba o Riley, wont get fooled again and behind blue eyes which is also a lovely song. Not only the best from The Who, but a contender for best album ever. The story, the horns, the flow, it all works. Pete Townshend outdid himself with this one, and the band was clearly at their peak. Listen to "The Real Me" and find out why the John Entwistle/Keith Moon combination has no equal. You can't even call them a "rhythm section" as throughout the album either took the lead on many tunes. By far, best album by The Who. Absolutely undervalued. Top 3 best albums ever, possibly the best.
Exclusively for Prime members. Sample this album Artist - Artist (Sample). Any Who fan knows that the band recorded a lot of non-LP material - including some of the best and biggest hits (. As a hits compilation, "Hits 50" is fine, but it's the rarities that make it essential. On the balance, I'd say it's the best-ever collection from that perspective, but it's not without its flaws.
|A1||Out In The Street|
|A2||I Don't Mind|
|A3||The Good's Gone|
|A5||Much Too Much|
|B1||The Kids Are Alright|
|B2||Please, Please, Please|
|B3||It's Not True|
|B4||I'm A Man|
|B5||A Legal Matter|
NotesDutch release only. Reissue of 'My Generation'.
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- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): AA 377 026 1/Y 1 P 1968 670 1
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): AA 377 026 2/Y 1 P 1968 670 1
|LAT 8616, LAT.8616||The Who||My Generation (LP, Album, Mono)||Brunswick, Brunswick||LAT 8616, LAT.8616||UK||1965|
|DL 4664||The Who||Sings My Generation (LP, Album, Mono)||Decca||DL 4664||US||1966|
|BLK 86002 - P, BLK 86 002-P||The Who||My Generation (LP, Album, Mono)||Decca, Decca||BLK 86002 - P, BLK 86 002-P||Germany||1966|
|LAT 8616||The Who||My Generation (LP, Album, Mono)||Brunswick||LAT 8616||UK||Unknown|
|LAT 8616||The Who||My Generation (LP, Album, Unofficial)||Brunswick||LAT 8616||US||2007|
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