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The Who



4.50 | 584 ratings

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5 stars 4.75: A masterpiece by Who, it is the history of young man that is looking by his real identity, and rely in some persons and ideals that ultimately disappoint him. Lyrically it is excellent, it maintain you entertained, and although the lyrics are not so deep, it has a coherent history, but mainly the way it is sung is amazing, they demonstrate that sometimes the way of singing and telling the history is more important that the history itself. The constant changes of tones in voices and the way they are interchanged impress me. Musically is very well supported with good solos, riffs and keyboard passages, without exaggerating in its presence, however, i feel it lacks something, it would be perfect if the music were as good as the lyrics and the vocalist interpretation, more elaborated and innovative. A really good album by the who that has a lot of prog elements that any prog listener will find interesting.
mariorockprog | 5/5 |


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