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We Got A Hit - The Who - Endless Wire (CD, Album)

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  1. Nov 26,  · videos Play all The Who - discography (albums, singles) WhataFantasticDeathAbyss Jethro Tull - Aqualung Live - Duration: Remy Tena , views.
  2. THE WHO Endless Wire ( UK Special Edition track CD album featuring nine new Townshend compositions alongside the full-length version of the mini opera 'Wire And Glass' and bonus extended versions of 'We Got A Hit' & 'Endless Wire', housed in a hype-stickered super jewel case).
  3. We Got A Hit (Extended Version) D Endless Wire (Extended Version) Notes Side C "Wire & Glass A Mini Opera' Endless Wire ‎ (CD, Album, Unofficial) Polydor (2) Unknown: Sell This Version: Recommendations Reviews Add Review [r] Release/5(15).
  4. EP by The Who Wire & Glass EP by The Who Released17 July GenreRock Length LabelPolydor ProducerPete Townshend The Who chronology The 1st Singles Box Wire & Glass Endless Wire The Who EP chronology Won't Get Fooled Again Wire & Glass Wire & Glass is the only EP released from The Who's album, Endless Wire. The EP was released exclusively to the iTunes .
  5. Format: Audio CD Despite the absence of Keith Moon and John Entwistle, Endless Wire is a solid album which compares reasonably to any of the Who's post-Quadrophenia albums. There may not be any one song as compelling as, say, "Who Are You", but the songs are almost all very presinegalkandomororinreronkey.xyzinfos:
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Endless Wire on Discogs. Label: Universal Music Russia - • Format: CD Album .
  7. We Got A Hit (Extended Version) Endless Wire (Extended Version) Recorded at Pete Townshend’s home studio and Eel Pie Oceanic between autumn and summer , Endless Wire was the first album of new material to be released by The Who since It’s Hard in
  8. The Who retired following their farewell tour but like Frank Sinatra's frequent retreats from the stage, it was not a permanent goodbye. Seven years later, the band -- Pete Townshend, Roger Daltrey and John Entwistle; that is, Keith Moon's replacement Kenny Jones wasn't invited back -- embarked on a reunion tour, and ever since then the band was a going presinegalkandomororinreronkey.xyzinfo: $

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