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  • Interprète: The Who
  • Titre: The Best Of The Who
  • Ver. en format MP3: 1322 mb
  • Ver. en format FLAC: 1823 mb
  • Pays: Germany
  • Style: Beat, Mod
  • # Catalogue: 2485 206
  • Label: Polydor
  • Classement: 4.5 of 5
  • Genre: Rock / Pop
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Tracklist

1Happy Jack
2Substitute
3Bucket "T"
4Pictures Of Lily
5Call Me Lightning
6In The City
7Dogs
8I Can See For Miles
9Mary Anne With The Shaky Hand
10I'm A Boy
11Doctor ! Doctor !
12The Last Time

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
612 006The Who Direct Hits ‎(LP, Comp, Mono)Track Record612 006UK1968
236 722The Who The Best Of The Who ‎(LP, Comp)Polydor236 722Netherlands1968
613 006The Who Direct Hits ‎(LP, Comp)Track Record613 006UK1968
914 562The Who Direct Hits ‎(Cass, Comp)Track Record914 562UK1968
236722The Who The Best Of The Who ‎(LP, Comp, Mon)Polydor236722NetherlandsUnknown

Codes-barres

  • Label Code: LC 0309
  • Rights Society: GEMA

Entreprises

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Polydor International GmbH

Vidéo

Album

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Commentaires (1)

Jare
this was a nice budget reissue released sometime between 1983 and 1986 in germany, this was part of the EDITION budget series and is the same compilation and has the same track listing as the original 1968 german compilation w/ the same artwork on the sleeve and all, there was another budget reissue of this comp from germany released under another series in 1984 called the millions series so that is why i ballpark this release between 1983 and 1986, the EDITION series also did roger daltreys debut 1973 solo album and pete townshends debut solo album who came first as well as this who compilation, nice laminated sleeve, rather thin vinyl record...............ps as any who collector knows this compilation was also released in the late 60s/early 70s in other markets like australia, eastern europe etc etc, the last known pressing of this was from the former czechoslovakia ( now czech repbulic) in 1985......

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