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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Puts The Stones To Shame

    The Who get a lot of stick for their incessant re-releases, the fact that compilations outnumber original releases in their catalog, and for their being an oldies act on the road. And desevedly so. But all of these criticisms forget one salient fact...the Who still rock harder than any band out there. This disc confirms it. Recorded at the end of the 2000 tour, this disc finds the band (joined by assorted guests) blowing through their storied history with fire, passion, and balls. Free of the horns and extra instruments that sullied the "Who Revue" tour of 1989 and the Quadrophenia tour of 1996, this is just Townshend, Entwistle, and Zak Starkey (along with Rabbit Bundrick and PT's brother Simon on acoustic guitar and doing the harmonies Entwistle no longer bothered to sing) conjuring up lightning while Daltrey's voice brings the thunder. "Relay" is tremendous, and there's not a bad performance on the disc. Groups like the Eagles and Stones (never mind newer groups like Pearl Jam) wish they could rock this hard. As a bonus, the CD includes songs from Entwistle's final show with the band before his untimely passing.

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