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Name:The Who Whos Next Deluxe Edition (2CD) FLAC Level 8

Total Size: 1.03 GB

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Last Updated: 2015-07-31 11:09:51 (Update Now)

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 Booklet

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 Disc 1

  1 Baba O'Riley.flac

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  10 Baby Don't You Do It.flac

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  11 Getting In Tune.flac

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  12 Pure And Easy.flac

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  13 Love Ain't For Keeping.flac

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  14 Behind Blue Eyes.flac

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  15 Won't Get Fooled Again.flac

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  2 Bargain.flac

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  3 Love Ain't For Keeping.flac

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  4 My Wife.flac

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  5 The Song Is Over.flac

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  6 Getting In Tune.flac

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  7 Going Mobile.flac

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  8 Behind Blue Eyes.flac

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  9 Won't Get Fooled Again.flac

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 Disc 2

  1 Love Ain't For Keeping [Live].flac

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  10 Water [Live].flac

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  11 My Generation [Live].flac

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  12 Road Runner [Live].flac

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  13 Naked Eye [Live].flac

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  14 Won't Get Fooled Again [Live].flac

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  2 Pure And Easy [Live].flac

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  3 Young Man Blues [Live].flac

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  4 Time Is Passing [Live].flac

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  5 Behind Blue Eyes [Live].flac

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  6 I Don't Even Know Myself [Live].flac

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  7 Too Much Of Anything [Live].flac

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  8 Getting In Tune [Live].flac

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  9 Bargain [Live].flac

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THE WHO - WHO'S NEXT DELUXE EDITION (2CD) [FLAC] Level 8
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Ripped with MAX in FLAC Level 8
Total size: 1.03 Go
Full artwork & booklet included @300dpi

From Wikipedia:

Who's Next is the fifth album by the English rock band The Who formed in 1964. It was released on 31 July 1971 in the United States and 25 August 1971 in the United Kingdom. The album has origins in a rock opera conceived by Pete Townshend (guitar) called Lifehouse. The ambitious, complex project did not come to fruition at the time and instead, many of the songs written for the project were compiled onto Who's Next as a collection of unrelated songs.

The album has its roots in the Lifehouse project, which Who leader Pete Townshend has variously described as intended to be a futuristic rock opera, a live-recorded concept album and as the music for a scripted film project. The project proved to be intractable on several levels and caused stress within the band as well as a major falling out between Townshend and The Who's producer Kit Lambert. After giving up on recording some of the Lifehouse tracks in New York, The Who went back into the studio with new producer Glyn Johns and started over. Although the Lifehouse concept was abandoned, scraps of the project remained present in the final album.

The album was immediately recognized for its dynamic and unique sound. The album fortuitously fell at a time when great advances had been made in sound engineering over the previous decade, and also shortly after the widespread availability of music synthesizers. The result was a sound that was absolutely stunning at the time, and rather unprecedented in rock music (although disliked by some traditional Who fans of the time). However, as full and brash as the sound is on most of the album there are contrasts with finger-picked acoustic guitar, and Roger Daltrey's swaggering vocals alternate with quieter introspective moments. Townshend used the early synthesizers and modified keyboard sounds in several modes: as a drone effect on several songs, notably "Baba O'Riley" and "Won't Get Fooled Again", and as a playful noisemaker, sounding almost like a boiling teapot on "The Song Is Over". Townshend also used an envelope follower to modulate the spectrum of his guitar on "Going Mobile", giving it a distinctive squawking sound that degenerates into a bubbling noise at the end of the song. The album opened with the innovative "Baba O'Riley", featuring piano by Townshend and a violin solo by Dave Arbus. The song's title pays homage to Townshend's guru Meher Baba and influential minimalist composer Terry Riley (and is informally known by the line "Teenage Wasteland"). Other signature tracks include the ballad "Behind Blue Eyes", and the album's closing song, the epic "Won't Get Fooled Again", but others such as "Bargain" and "Going Mobile" remain fan favorites.

Roger Daltrey: lead vocals, harmonica
Pete Townshend: guitar, synthesizer, organ, backing vocals, piano on "Baba O'Riley", lead vocals on "Song Is Over", "Going Mobile", and part of "Baba O'Riley"
John Entwistle: bass guitar, brass, backing vocals, lead vocals and piano on "My Wife"
Keith Moon: drums, percussion, violin production on "Baba O'Riley"
Dave Arbus: violin on "Baba O'Riley"
Nicky Hopkins: piano on "The Song Is Over" and "Getting in Tune"
Leslie West: lead guitar on "Baby Don't You Do It" and " Love Ain't for Keeping"

The first disc of this Deluxe Edition contains the nine tracks from the original album, followed by six outtakes, of which "Getting in Tune" and "Won't Get Fooled Again" were previously unreleased. Each of the six outtakes were recorded during sessions at the Record Plant in New York in March of 1971 the group abandoned this material and re-recorded five of the six tracks again in England later in the year.

Disc 1:

1 "Baba O'Riley" ­ 5:01
2 "Bargain" ­ 5:33
3 "Love Ain't for Keeping" ­ 2:10
4 "My Wife" ­ 3:35
5 "The Song Is Over" ­ 6:17
6 "Getting in Tune" ­ 4:49
7 "Going Mobile" ­ 3:43
8 "Behind Blue Eyes" ­ 3:42
9 "Won't Get Fooled Again" ­ 8:35
10 "Baby Don't You Do It" ­ 8:21
11 "Getting in Tune" ­ 6:36
12 "Pure and Easy" ­ 4:33
13 "Love Ain't for Keeping" ­ 4:06
14 "Behind Blue Eyes" ­ 3:30
15 "Won't Get Fooled Again" ­ 8:48

The tracks on the second disc were recorded live at the Young Vic Theatre, London, on 26 April 1971. All of the tracks were previously unreleased except for "Water" and "Naked Eye". Songs played but not included are "Pinball Wizard", "Bony Moronie", "See Me, Feel Me" and "Baby Don't You Do It".

Disc 2:

1 "Love Ain't for Keeping" ­ 2:57
2 "Pure and Easy" ­ 6:00
3 "Young Man Blues" ­ 4:47
4 "Time Is Passing" ­ 3:59
5 "Behind Blue Eyes" ­ 4:49
6 "I Don't Even Know Myself" ­ 5:42
7 "Too Much of Anything" ­ 4:20
8 "Getting in Tune" ­ 6:42
9 "Bargain" ­ 5:46
10 "Water" ­ 8:19
11 "My Generation" ­ 2:58
12 "(I'm a) Road Runner" ­ 3:14
13 "Naked Eye" ­ 6:21
14 "Won't Get Fooled Again" ­ 8:50

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