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Who - The Stereo Bonus Tracks

  by Nick Dent-Robinson

published: 5 / 5 / 2021



Who - The Stereo Bonus Tracks
Label: Polydor
Format: Download

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Fantastic digital only EP which provides alternative versions of The Who's 1967 album The Who Sells Out', which is being reissued in an expanded version


Later this Spring, The Who are reissuing an expanded version of their 1967 'The Who Sell Out' album. Ahead of that they have now released a three-song digital EP as a taster. 'The Stereo Bonus Tracks' reminds us how exciting The Who were as they transitioned from making adolescent singles to the grown-up albums band behind rock operas like “Tommy” and “Quadrophenia”. The new EP has an extended version of 'I Can See For Miles' - the Who's typically belligerent response to hippy-era psychedelia - plus a nicely raw, bluesy take on 'Magic Bus', a 1968 single featuring Keith Moon on Latin percussion as well as drums. This EP is an invigorating listen - and the new version of “'he Who Sell Out”'album should be well worth experiencing when it appears over the next few weeks.



Track Listing:-
1 I Can See For Miles (Full Version) (Previously Unreleased)
2 Facts Of Life (AKA Birds & Bees) (Backing Track New Remix)
3 Magic Bus (Take 6) (Previously Unreleased)


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https://www.thewho.com/
https://www.facebook.com/thewho
https://twitter.com/TheWho


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