THE WHO collection, double album, gatefold, SMR 570
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LCD Soundsystem’s clever fusion of dance music, electronic and post-punk, combined with sardonic lyrics, made them one of America’s most acclaimed and influential bands of the 21st century. Their 2011 farewell gig at New York’s Madison Square Garden was an epic: running for three hours and divided into five vinyl records, a live set that frontman James Murphy described as “a perfect swan-dive.” Among the 28 songs, there are riveting versions of “Dance Yrself Clean,” “New York,” “I Love You But You’re Bringing Me Down,” and the wistful “All My Friends.” The Long Goodbye is a fine testament to a seminal modern band. 39: Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band: Live Bullet (1976) Dimery, Robert; Lydon, Michael (2011). 1001 Albums: You Must Hear Before You Die. Hachette UK. p.455. ISBN 978-1-84403-714-8.Townshend, Pete (1993). Tommy: The Musical. Pantheon. 173 pp. + a CD w/ the song I Can't Believe My Own Eyes. ISBN 0-679-43066-0. Also titled The Who's Tommy: The Musical.
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ARIA Top 100 Albums Chart for 2022". Australian Recording Industry Association . Retrieved January 4, 2023.
Chris Richards, writing for The Washington Post, opined that the album "feels about 19 songs too long" and that "time never seems to be moving fast enough [on it]".  Dan DeLuca of The Philadelphia Inquirer wrote that the album "gets tiresome fast" and called it "overstuffed with radio-ready cliche", but did recognize Wallen's overall talent.  Stephen Thomas Erlewine of AllMusic wrote that "the sheer variety proves Wallen can indeed convincingly sing just about any modern country style" and felt that the album weaved between "harder country and softer pop".  Commercial performance [ edit ] If you can find this without a scratch; well done, but when you do, it's the most fantastic sounding pair of records....it's what your record player was made for.a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v "American album certifications – The Who". Recording Industry Association of America. The Hypertext Who› History of The Who› 1971–1974". Thewho.net. 16 October 2007. Archived from the original on 14 June 2013 . Retrieved 7 November 2012.