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Who Hits 50! [LP]
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Album: Who Hits 50! [LP]
# Song Title   Time
1)    Zoot Suit
2)    I Can't Explain
3)    Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere
4)    My Generation
5)    Substitute
6)    I'm a Boy
7)    Happy Jack
8)    Pictures of Lily
9)    I Can See for Miles
10)    Magic Bus
11)    Pinball Wizard
1)    Seeker [Edit], The
2)    Won't Get Fooled Again [Single Edit]
3)    Baba O'Riley
4)    Bargain
5)    Join Together
6)    5:15
7)    Squeeze Box
8)    Who Are You [Single Edit]
9)    Real Good Looking Boy [Radio Edit]
10)    Be Lucky
 

Album: Who Hits 50! [LP]
# Song Title   Time
1)    Zoot Suit
2)    I Can't Explain
3)    Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere
4)    My Generation
5)    Substitute
6)    I'm a Boy
7)    Happy Jack
8)    Pictures of Lily
9)    I Can See for Miles
10)    Magic Bus
11)    Pinball Wizard
1)    Seeker [Edit], The
2)    Won't Get Fooled Again [Single Edit]
3)    Baba O'Riley
4)    Bargain
5)    Join Together
6)    5:15
7)    Squeeze Box
8)    Who Are You [Single Edit]
9)    Real Good Looking Boy [Radio Edit]
10)    Be Lucky
 
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  • The Who need no excuse to release a new compilation -- since 1994, a new collection has appeared roughly at the rate of one every three years -- but the band's 50th anniversary does provide the opportunity for a splashy new compilation, the first since 2009's Greatest Hits. Snappily titled The Who Hits 50!, by virtue of spanning two full CDs the set does cast a wider net than either Greatest Hits or 2004's Then & Now, beginning with the stiff R&B of the High Numbers' "Zoot Suit" and concluding with the brand-new "Be Lucky," a delirious revival of Pete Townshend's purple, overwritten '80s midlife crisis. In between those two songs come 40 tracks, including some genuine surprises -- the bonkers mod anthem "Dogs" and its Beach Boys-aping flip "Call Me Lightning," the band's cover of the Stones' "The Last Time," the first appearance of "Relay" in a comp in ages, John Entwistle's paranoid "Trick of the Light" -- but for the most part, this serves up the same songs that have popped up again and again on Who compilations over the years. This may be predictable but as a collection of basics, either for fair-weather fans or newcomers, it does its job well and it has nice artwork to boot. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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