The Who - Quadrophenia (disc 1)
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Release date: 16 November 1973
Perhaps MTV's greatest crime against rock'n'roll is that it finally dissuaded pop groups from making films....
Perhaps MTV's greatest crime against rock'n'roll is that it finally dissuaded pop groups from making films. If you want to know why that's such a shame, behold - The Who's entire filmic ouevre on remastered CDs. Those traumatised in childhood by the film version of the 'Oo's symbolist epic Tommy will remember it as a hideously garish monster which...
- Feb 26, 2001
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- I Am The Sea
- The Real Me
- Cut My Hair
- The Punk Meets the Godfather
- I'm One
- The Dirty Jobs
- Helpless Dancer
- Is It in My Head?
- I've Had Enough
The grown-ups are alright...
- Nov 6, 2000
Cover your ears everybody, mod's gone prog...
- Oct 5, 2000
The most explosive British rock band of their era, possibly ever, [B]The Who[/B] had more in common with the psyche rock blowouts of the new [a]Primal Scream[/a] album than the dad rock/[B]Weller[/B]/
- Feb 11, 2000
The Who frontman said Tony Blair's party made a "political mistake"
Plans in place to tell the story of The Who's wild drummer on the big screen
Frontman says the band will continue past 2015 but 'have to be realistic about our age'
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