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This is interesting for people that know the album well. Anti-interesting for people that don't.
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I’ve been meaning to listen to that forever. Sell Out is one of my favorite Who albums.
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I don’t really know much of The Who’s catalog, but I love Petra Haden.
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I don’t really know much of The Who’s catalog, but I love Petra Haden.
You should come across a few during your top 500 project. If you want to go further, I spent a couple of years in high school where they were practically all I listened to.
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You should come across a few during your top 500 project. If you want to go further, I spent a couple of years in high school where they were practically all I listened to.
My music timeline goes from from The Beatles in middle school to the Who freshman to junior year, to Zeppelin from junior year for about 3 years before a couple years of mid-90s radio music to DMB.

I think I really started with The Kids are Alright. My older sisters had the cassette and recorded the movie from HBO. So what I knew of the Who in the beginning was My Generation on the Smothers Brothers and them absolutely slaying A Quick One While He's Away at Rock and Roll Circus. It does not take many viewings of the latter to know it's one of the best rock performances of all time. Doesn't look like it's on youtube. No surprise I guess as it's a movie scene.
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My music timeline goes from from The Beatles in middle school to the Who freshman to junior year, to Zeppelin from junior year for about 3 years before a couple years of mid-90s radio music to DMB.

I think I really started with The Kids are Alright. My older sisters had the cassette and recorded the movie from HBO. So what I knew of the Who in the beginning was My Generation on the Smothers Brothers and them absolutely slaying A Quick One While He's Away at Rock and Roll Circus. It does take many viewings of the latter to know it's one of the best rock performances of all time. Doesn't look like it's on youtube. No surprise I guess as it's a movie scene.
Mine was Michael Jackson as a middle schooler to Elton John & Aerosmith then to DMB in high school. I don't dislike the Who, just don't know much aside from their 'hits.'
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Mine was Michael Jackson as a middle schooler to Elton John & Aerosmith then to DMB in high school. I don't dislike the Who, just don't know much aside from their 'hits.'
They were an album band for the most part with a ton of hits on all the albums until the late '70s. You should love what you listen to because it's almost all good stuff surrounded by songs that you know and that are much better in their environment. I Can See For Miles is a great song. Going through the first half Sell Out and how the commercial lands on the downbeat of it, the song is then a career highlight.
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My music timeline goes from from The Beatles in middle school to the Who freshman to junior year, to Zeppelin from junior year for about 3 years before a couple years of mid-90s radio music to DMB.

I think I really started with The Kids are Alright. My older sisters had the cassette and recorded the movie from HBO. So what I knew of the Who in the beginning was My Generation on the Smothers Brothers and them absolutely slaying A Quick One While He's Away at Rock and Roll Circus. It does not take many viewings of the latter to know it's one of the best rock performances of all time. Doesn't look like it's on youtube. No surprise I guess as it's a movie scene.
I didnít get into the Beatles until college, so my obsession progression looked more like this:

Beastie Boys
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The Who
Dylan
The Beatles

But The Who were definitely the big one for me. I started with Whoís Next, but Quadrophenia and Sell Out are still my favorites. I actually saw them perform Quadrophenia in Ď97, before Entwistle died. Still probably the best concert Iíve ever been to.

And Iíve seen that Rock and Roll Circus performance several times. You probably know this, but the rumor is that the Stones didnít release it for like 25 years because they felt like The Who blew them off the stage. Which they did.
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Old 05-28-2019, 03:35 PM   #10559
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Through high school my obsessions/interests included:

Nirvana
The Beatles
Nine Inch Nails
Pink Floyd
The Doors
Jimi Hendrix Experience
Elton John
The Smashing Pumpkins
John Denver
U2
Matthew Good Band
Marilyn Manson
Tom Waits
The Cure

plus a few random albums by various artists, like The Best of The Guess Who, Don Henley's Actual Miles greatest hits, Louis Armstrong's All-Time Greatest Hits, The Crow soundtrack and EMF's debut album.

I'd heard of bands like Garbage, The Tragically Hip, DMB and Radiohead but didn't really get into them until the early-00s. And I was even later for guys like Jackson, Petty, Van Zandt, Bowie, Dylan and Prine. And gals like Nina Simone, Natalie Imbruglia, Norah Jones, etc..

Of course I'd heard the hits, but there was no deeper dive until later. Oh well, better late than never.

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