16 Songs, 1 Hour 17 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

This may be the most consistent album the Who ever released. Every song is a killer, and the album quickly became a staple at '70s FM radio as a result. The band was at full strength with drummer Keith Moon pushing the rhythms, while Daltrey screams and preens, Townsend windmills those power chords, and bassist John Entwistle solidly holds down the bottom.

EDITORS’ NOTES

This may be the most consistent album the Who ever released. Every song is a killer, and the album quickly became a staple at '70s FM radio as a result. The band was at full strength with drummer Keith Moon pushing the rhythms, while Daltrey screams and preens, Townsend windmills those power chords, and bassist John Entwistle solidly holds down the bottom.

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