The Who Albums

  • Endless Wire Album (10/31/2006)
    A Man In A Purple Dress
    Mike Post Theme
    In The Ether
    Black Widow's Eyes
    Two Thousand Years
    God Speaks Of Marty Robbins
    It's Not Enough
    You Stand By Me
    Sound Round
    Pick Up The Peace
    Unholy Trinity
    Trilby's Piano
    Endless Wire
    Fragments Of Fragments
    We Got A Hit
    They Made My Dream Come True
    Mirror Door
    Tea & Theatre

  • Join Together Album (3/1/1990)
    Acid Queen
    Amazing Journey
    A Little Is Enough
    Behind Blue Eyes
    Cousin Kevin
    Do You Think It's Alright?
    Eminence Front
    Eyesight to the Blind
    Face the Face
    Fiddle About
    Go to the Mirror Boy
    I'm Free
    I Can See For Miles
    Join Together
    Love Reign O'er Me
    Miracle Cure
    Pinball Wizard
    Rough Boys
    Sally Simpson
    Smash the Mirror
    There's a Doctor I've Found
    Tommy's Holiday Camp
    Tommy Can You Hear Me
    Trick of the Light
    We're Not Gonna Take It
    Won't Get Fooled Again
    You Better You Bet

  • Who's Last Album (10/1/1984)
    Baba O'Riley
    Behind Blue Eyes
    Boris the Spider
    I Can't Explain
    Long Live Rock
    Love Reign O'er Me
    Magic Bus
    My Generation
    Pinball Wizard
    See Me, Feel Me
    Summertime Blues
    Twist and Shout
    Who Are You
    Won't Get Fooled Again

  • It's Hard Album (10/1/1982)
    It's Your Turn
    Cooks Country
    It's Hard
    Eminence Front
    I've Known No War
    One Life's Enough
    One at a Time
    Why Did I Fall for That
    A Man is a Man
    Cry if You Want

  • Face Dances Album (10/1/1981)
  • Who Are You Album (10/1/1978)
  • The Who By Numbers Album (10/1/1975)
  • Quadrophenia Album (10/1/1973)
  • Who's Next Album (10/1/1971)
  • Live at Leeds Album (10/1/1970)
  • Tommy Album (10/1/1969)
  • The Who Sell Out Album (10/1/1967)
  • A Quick One (Happy Jack) Album (10/1/1966)
  • The Who Sings My Generation Album (10/1/1966)

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    Who Are You Changed Music | Reviewer: andjoh
        ------ About the album Who Are You performed by The Who

    The Greatest Rock n Roll band in the World spent more time on the road out there giving it to the people and the times in the studio brought something, new and great. Who are you came out in 1978 with a lot of hard hitting tracks and personal insults to other groups who tried hard to imitate The Who which they didn't like. The Main Track it self is over a fight with the Sex Pistols they had once as per line "I remember throwin' punches around
    And preachin' from my chair" as the 70's punk seen was in full flight it needed to change. The Who did just that with Keith Moon the drummers last album. Listen to the album, closely, loudly, enjoy what's in it, it's full of richness to listen to and the Album will remain part of Rock Culture for ever.

    Long Live The Who! | Reviewer: Lucas Madigan
        ------ About the album Who's Next performed by The Who

    Does this album really need an introduction? After all, it is The Who at their very best: Roger Daltrey's muscular vocals, Pete Townshend's rollicking riffs, John Entwhistle remaining silent, and Keith Moon going crazy over his drumkit. A landmark rock album, and a must-have for any fans of rock music.

    Long Live The Who! | Reviewer: Lucas Madigan
        ------ About the album The Who By Numbers performed by The Who

    This is probably The Who's most underrated album; although "Squeeze Box" is the best known song of the selections, its banjo solo lacks the main brilliance of the song. "Slip Kid" and "However Much I Booze" rank among the band's finest work.

    listening to you | Reviewer: Anonymous
        ------ About the album Tommy performed by The Who

    i love that song which reminds me my youth

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