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Who Sell Out album for sale by Who was released Jun 05, 2012 on the Universal Music label. This 1995 reissue of THE WHO SELL OUT includes songs and jingles not available on the original version. Who Sell Out CD music Originally released on Track (612002/613002). Who Sell Out buy CD music Released in the U.S. on Decca (4950/74950) in 1968. Who Sell Out songs Only three albums into its recording career, the Who had already begun to distance itself from its proletarian R&B beginnings. Here, songwriter Pete Townshend follows up on the rock-opera idea he had introduced on A QUICK ONE with the extended, multi-part composition "Rael" and would later expand upon with TOMMY.   ...See Full Description


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Average Rating:4.5 stars
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Best Album Of The Sixties
I will keep this brief, too. This is one of the best albums, EVER; not to mention concept album. It was The Who before they became the prog-rock gods, and later the eternally reuniting older Who. This album inspired countless grage rock bands of the 70s and 80s, but more recently bands like Guided By Voices and The Minders. This is Rock And Roll at its most personal and intelligent form. Favorite Tracks: "Mary Ann With The Shaky Hand", "I Can See For Miles", "Odorono", "Jaguar".
By noise (Orlando, FL, USA)
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Great album gets great reissue
This Deluxe Edition of "The Who Sell Out" is a fantastic example of what can be done with a reissue project. Both the original stereo and mono mixes of this album, mastered very nicely, along with a slew of bonus and rare tracks from the era are included, along with a nice booklet that has some interesting pictures from the cover shoot. Disc two has two hidden tracks at the end of the disc, the backwards effects from "Armenia City In the Sky" and a commercial "Great Shakes" featuring Keith Moon. The only negative is that the spine becomes creased when it's opened. Small price to pay for a great collection. Essential for all Who fans.
By Richard (Cleveland, OH, USA) Verified Buyer
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Great, but......
'The Who Sell Out' is one of my favorite albums ever, so it will get five stars, but does this improve on the 1995 reissue? Well, in their zeal to add more bonus material, two songs from the previous version, "Glow Girl" and "Melancholia," are missing from the previous version. That's too bad--"Glow Girl" is a song that pointed the way to 'Tommy,' so it belongs here. Also, John Entwistle's "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" has never been on any CD, but apparently there was no room for it. What we do get are even more outtakes of "Mary Anne with the Shaky Hand" and four (!) versions of "Rael 1 & 2"--stereo, mono, an early mono mix, and a pointless stereo "remake." It's a great song, but come on! Now, to the good stuff: The mono version is actually better than the stereo mix. "I Can See for Miles" is even more explosive in mono. And I like the way unused "Radio London" ads link the bonus tracks on the first (stereo) disc. All told, the songs are wonderful, but this could have been much better.
By Jim G. (Springfield, MO) Verified Buyer
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An original concept wonderfully executed
The Who sell-out is the first true concept album, but it comes without some of the baggage that later defines the style (pompous themes with overdone music and New Age pretentions). At its core this is just a wonderful collection of great Who songs, joined in sequence by jingles and commercials and promo trailers designed to sound like pirate radio in London in the mid 60's. Several songs, like Odorono and Medac, are written about (fake)commercial products but are light hearted in nature. The powerful hit single I Can See for Miles is also included, its energy only enhanced by the more pop oriented songs around it. Darker songs like Rael and Silas Stingy are offset by the humor in Tattoo and Mary Anee with the Shaky Hand. The gems for me are Our Love Was, a beautiful number sung by Pete, and especially I Can't Reach You, a stunning encapsulation of the youthful struggle for love and the frustration with the inability to maintain that love. The naivete of the 60's was still running strong, but would change very soon with the riots of 1968 and war protests in 1969. Pete Townshend saw it coming on a political and social scale with I Can See for Miles, and on a personal level in I Can't Reach You. This is just a tremendous album, it has power and humor and a great concept. On only their third album, The Who had already expanded way beyond just about everyone except The Beatles and Bob Dylan, and very soon they took rock where it had never been before. This album was the first giant step on that path, and you can sing along and be very happy with each song as you do it.
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Interesting out-takes & Alteranate versions
One of the Who's great albums, but that is already known. Fans will find interest in the additional tracks as well as the mono version that is included.
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CD Universe Part number8724744
LabelUniversal Music
Orig Year1967
Catalog number0571173
Discs1
Release DateJun 05, 2012
Studio/LiveStudio
PersonnelRoger Daltrey - vocals
Pete Townshend - vocals, guitar, piano
Keith Moon - drums
John Entwistle - vocals, bass

Also: Al Kooper
Additional InfoJapan; Super-High Material
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