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I love the music, but the versions of the songs on the album are way too familiar and overplayed - so I look for "substitutes" different versions of the same songs to play instead i. MCA Country: This disc is sure dynamic and powerful.

It was also the final Who album with drummer Kenney Jones, as well as the last to be released on Warner Bros. The liner notes are very detailed and include an essay by Pete Townshend and some notes on the album by a rock critic.

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This release sounds a lot different than Tommy and indicates how much the group had developed in only a few short years. Most of the material presented was new eleven of fourteen tracks in fact and still being shaped.

I was too focused on just the original tracks and not the plethora of tracks that were added in and thereafter I really like this a lot! Nothing personal to Mr. Write a review.

The Who, ‘My Generation Super Deluxe Edition': Album Review

Quadrophenia is the sixth studio album by the English rock band The Who, released as a double album on 26 October by Track Records. The MCA-Masterphile Series Canada is hard to track down, and there's really nothing special about it other than the sticker on the front cover. This page works best with JavaScript.

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If you like the original mix of this album, this is the one to get. New York Record Plant Session. Top rated Most recent Top rated. The album cover features paintings of the members by many British painters, who were commissioned by Peter Blake, designer of the cover of The Beatles' Sgt.

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Then there's the rarities. If you compare this "raw" version vs.

It seems as if they sucked out too much of the midrange on the DE. Romantic Sad Sentimental. Crisp and clean, yet rich and resonant, the album no longer sounds muddled, nor does it sound digitally sterile. Which version should I play? I don't think I've ever offered my collections such close scrutiny before- especially CDs.