The two new compositions will appear on a forthcoming compilation of the band's finest moments...

THE WHO‘s forthcoming best-of album will contain two new tracks, the band’s first since 1982.

‘Then And Now’ will contain ‘Real Good Looking Boy’ and ‘Old Red Wine’, plus 18 classic tracks.

‘Real Good Looking Boy’ was recorded by Pete Townshend, and vocalist Roger Daltrey, with help from Zak Starkey, keyboardist John “Rabbit” Bundrick, bassist Greg Lake and Pete’s brother Simon Townshend, reports Billboard.

Tracklisting for the album is:

‘I Can’t Explain’

‘My Generation’

‘The Kids Are Alright’


‘I’m a Boy’

‘Happy Jack’

‘I Can See for Miles’

‘Magic Bus

‘Pinball Wizard’

‘See Me, Feel Me’

‘Summertime Blues’ (live)

‘Behind Blue Eyes’

‘Won’t Get Fooled Again’


‘Love, Reign O’er Me’

‘Squeeze Box’

‘Who You Are’

‘You Better You Bet’

‘Real Good Looking Boy’

‘Old Red Wine’

A DVD of the band’s 1969 rock opera Tommy will be released in April, while Townshend and Daltrey will perform it for the Teenage Cancer Trust at the Royal Albert Hall on March 29.

The band will also play three sold-out dates at the London Forum on March 22, 24 and 25 and are headlining the Isle of Wight Festival on June 12.

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