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CategoryRock/Pop Albums, Vinyl LP Record CDs, Oldies, Hard Rock, British Invasion, Gold Discs, Rock

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Who Are You album for sale by Who was released Mar 10, 2009 on the Classic label. The 1996 reissue of WHO ARE YOU contains 5 previously-unreleased bonus tracks. Who Are You CD music Originally released on MCA (3050) on August 25, 1978. Includes liner notes by Matt Resnicoff. By the end of the '70s, the original version of the Who was reaching the end of its tether (Keith Moon was nearing the end of his life). WHO ARE YOU can be seen as something of a swan song for the spirit that ignited the rock & roll juggernaut that was the Who in its prime.   ...See Full Description

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Average Rating:4.5 stars
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5 stars
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One of their BEST!
I absolutely liked this album when it was on vinyl but now this new release with 5 bonus tracks is even better to own. This & Face Dances are my two favorite Who releases; it really shows just how good of MUSICIANS this rock group is/was! Really miss Keith Moon after this release! Buy it, you will not be disappointed!!
By Michel (Grants Pass, OR) Verified Buyer
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4 stars
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Mixed feelings...
I had this album on vinyl (black as well as clear vinyl) and I was curious to hear the remastered versions. I was a little disappointed. The sound is great, just 'different' from what my aural memory said I should be hearing. I wish I still had my vinyl copies to compare. Nevertheless, the last great Who studio album (and last Keith Moon appearance) rocks!
By jmf (North York, ON Canada) Verified Buyer
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Long live rock !
The Who recording "Who Are You" was to be thier last albumn with drummer Keith Moon. The tunes are somewhat misunderstood even by hard-core Who fans. IMHO, Pete was at a crossroads (one of several)and was writing some angry lyrics about his own life and music. The Music Must Change, Had Enough, Goodbye Sister Disco, and Who Are You are classic Pete. John Entwistle contributed 905 a catchy tune about a test-tube baby. Title track, Who Are You is a rocking song, and in this release, they included a take with an entirely different 2nd verse. I liked it very much. Rod Argent; Andy Fairweather-Low are guest musicians. If you have a powerful sound system, I recommend that you air-out your speakers and share this recording with your neighbors.
By Jalgood310 (Palm Beach Gardens, FL) Verified Buyer
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4 stars
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Brutal Self-Analysis
"Who Are You" closed the 1970s Who on a strong note, and it is a criminally underrated effort. While the songs are strong muscular rock (save for the beautiful "Love Is Coming Down"), Keith Moon's drumming is sadly subpar on most of the tracks, an unfortunate side-effect of his hard-partying lifestyle. Despite this shortcoming, the disc rocks hard. It is a reflection of Pete Townshend looking back on his art and contributions to the rock genre with an equal amount of anger and bewilderment. Here we have a talented composer at the crossroads of his career feeling that he is creatively dried up with nothing new to say, a sentiment clearly expressed in "New Song", "Music Must Change" and even John Entwistle's "905". The music surrounding these tracks perfectly reflect the inherent turmoil of being (then) 33-year-old pioneers doubting their worth and questioning their greatness while probing into their psyches and reaching contradicting conclusions. The musicianship is top-notch (again, save for the drums) and the tunes overall are brutally smoking classics. The bonus tracks are surprisingly effective and it was nice to hear the title track with its original second verse. Andy Fairweather-Low and Rod Argent make formidable cameos, and tragically it was Keith Moon's last effort with the band. A powerful manner in which to close the 70s.
By Will-T (Lawrenceburg IN)
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5 stars
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A hard rock classic! The Who that we all know and love are back. Sadly, it is the last Who album with the late great Keith Moon. The song Who Are You is my personal favorite from this album since this is another I remember hearing as a child. This is a must for any fan of classic rock.
By Nicholas (Litchfield. MI, USA)
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Who Are You songs Product Details

CD Universe Part number7904385
Orig Year1978
Catalog number2490
Release DateMar 10, 2009
Recording Time70 minutes
PersonnelKeith Moon - drums, percussion
Pete Townshend - vocals, guitar, piano, synthesizer, bass, drums
John Entwistle - vocals, synthesizer, bass
Roger Daltrey - vocals

Also: Andy Fairweather-Low, Rod Argent
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