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The Who
The Who are an English rock band that formed in 1964. Their classic line-up consisted of lead singer Roger Daltrey, guitarist Pete Townshend, bassist John Entwistle, and drummer Keith Moon. They are considered one of the most influential rock bands of the 20th century, selling over 100 million records worldwide and establishing their reputation equally on live shows and studio work.
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Releases on file (14)
Mike Segretto — The Who FAQ Mike Segretto — The Who FAQ
(Backbeat Books ISBN 978-1-48, 2014, TPB)
The Who — It's Hard The Who — It's Hard
(Warner Bros 9 23731-1, 1982, LP)
The Who — Face Dances The Who — Face Dances
(Warner Bros W5 3516, 1981, LP)
The Who — The Kids Are All Right The Who — The Kids Are All Right
(Polydor 2675 179, 1979, 2LP)
The Who — Who Are You The Who — Who Are You
(MCA-3050, 1978, LP)
The Who — At Kilburn 1977 The Who — At Kilburn 1977
(Image ID5145WQDVD, 1977/2008, 2DVD)
The Who — The Who by Numbers The Who — The Who by Numbers
(Track 2410 428, 1975, LP)
The Who — Quadrophenia The Who — Quadrophenia
(Track 2657 013, 1973, 2LP)
The Who — Who's Next The Who — Who's Next
(Track 2408 102, 1971, LP)
The Who — Live at Leeds The Who — Live at Leeds
(Track 2406 001, 1970, LP)
The Who — Tommy The Who — Tommy
(Track 613 013/4, 1969, 2LP)
The Who — The Who Sell Out The Who — The Who Sell Out
(Track 612 002, 1967, LP)
The Who — A Quick One The Who — A Quick One
(Reaction 593 002, 1966, LP)
The Who — My Generation The Who — My Generation
(Brunswick LAT 8616, 1965, LP)

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