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The Who – Live at the Fillmore East 1968 (2018)

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The Who – Maximum As & Bs (2017)

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320 kbps | 605 MB | LINKS
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The Who – Tommy Live At The Royal Albert Hall (2017)

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320 kbps | 269 MB | LINKS

The Who – The 25 Best Songs (2017)

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320 kbps | 167 MB | LINKS

The Who – My Generation [50th Anniversary / Super Deluxe Edition] (2016)

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320 kbps | 505 MB | UL |

The Who – The Track Record Singles 1967-1973 (2015)

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320 kbps | 241 MB | UL | OB | TB

The Who – Live in Hyde Park (2015)

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Filmed on June 26th this year as The Who celebrated their fiftieth anniversary, this stunning show from London s famous Hyde Park is a triumphant return to their home city. On a glorious summer evening the band delivered a brilliant performance of all their greatest hits in front of a 50,000 strong crowd. With a […]

The Who – Hits 50! (2014)

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mp3 320 kbps | 348 MB | UL | OB Who Hits 50 is the definitive 2CD collection of the band’s greatest tracks from their very first recordings as The High Numbers right up to the present day with the brand new track Be Lucky – their first new material in eight years.

The Who – Quadrophenia: Live in London (2014)

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mp3 320 kbps | 319 MB | UL | OB

The Who – Live at Hull 1970 (2012)

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Two CD release, an edited version of the concert originally available in the Super Deluxe Live At Hull box set. Live At Hull is a warts-and-all document – that strange popping sound noticeable at times is the sound of Keith Moon’s frenzied drumstick attack making contact with the overhead mic. But after four decades of […]