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One of the most celebrated Who albums, Who Are You was released immediately before the death of drummer Keith Moon and instantly became the fastest selling Who album ever. This reissue of the double platinum recording features digital remastering, new liner notes, great period photos and 5 previously unreleased tracks including a demo of "Empty Glass" (the song that eventually became the title track on Townshend's 2nd solo LP). Other key tracks include "Sister Disco," "Music Must Change," "Who Are You" and more.
One of the most celebrated Who albums, Who Are You was released immediately before the death of drummer Keith Moon and instantly became the fastest selling Who album ever. This reissue of the double platinum recording features digital remastering, new liner notes, great period photos and 5 previously unreleased tracks including a demo of "Empty Glass" (the song that eventually became the title track on Townshend's 2nd solo LP). Other key tracks include "Sister Disco," "Music Must Change," "Who Are You" and more.
008811149222

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Format: CD
Label: MCA
Catalog: 11492
Rel. Date: 11/19/1996
UPC: 008811149222

Who Are You (remastered)
Artist: The Who
Format: CD
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One of the most celebrated Who albums, Who Are You was released immediately before the death of drummer Keith Moon and instantly became the fastest selling Who album ever. This reissue of the double platinum recording features digital remastering, new liner notes, great period photos and 5 previously unreleased tracks including a demo of "Empty Glass" (the song that eventually became the title track on Townshend's 2nd solo LP). Other key tracks include "Sister Disco," "Music Must Change," "Who Are You" and more.

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''Who Are You'' is the eighth studio album by English rock band The Who. It was released on 18 August 1978, through Polydor Records in the United Kingdom and MCA Records in the United States. It peaked at number 2 on the U.S. charts and number 6 on the U.K. charts. It is The Who's last album with Keith Moon as the drummer; Moon died approximately three weeks after the release of this album.

In 1996, the album was re-released in remixed form. Some of the elements from the original mixes were eliminated, including on the songs "Had Enough" and "Guitar and Pen". However, "Trick Of The Light" was restored to its full length at 4:45. - Wikipedia

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