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The director’s cut of the landmark 1973 album Quadrophenia has been produced, authorized, and overseen by the Who’s Pete Townshend. The Who album that Townshend is most proud of, Quadrophenia is the final album in the Who catalog to be given the deluxe treatment and is perhaps the most deserving.
After the 1971 album Who’s Next, Townshend returned to the ‘rock-opera’ concept, so dramatically realized through Tommy, with another ambitious double-album masterpiece. Based around the story of Jimmy, Quadrophenia tells the tale of a young mod and his struggle to come of age in the mid-1960s. The story’s themes of teenage angst and disaffection still resonate strongly today.
Townshend says: “The time has come for me and my team to honour Quadrophenia with a carefully presented package and to remaster the vinyl mixes."
Quadrophenia: The Director’s Cut is the definitive version of the album and a must for any fan of The Who. The digi-pak edition includes the rematered original double album. From the Label
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