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Who Sell Out
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Who Sell Out
Genres: Pop, Rock, Classic Rock, Metal
 
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Japan-only cardboard sleeve reissue from The Who featuring 24-bit remastering and replicas of the original, ultra-rare Japanese LP artwork. Part of a five-album The Who cardbaord sleeve reissue series featuring the albusm ...  more »

      
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All Artists: Who
Title: Who Sell Out
Members Wishing: 6
Total Copies: 0
Label: Mca
Release Date: 6/20/1995
Album Type: Original recording remastered, Extra tracks
Genres: Pop, Rock, Classic Rock, Metal
Styles: Progressive, Progressive Rock, Psychedelic Rock, British Invasion, Supergroups
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 008811126827

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Japan-only cardboard sleeve reissue from The Who featuring 24-bit remastering and replicas of the original, ultra-rare Japanese LP artwork. Part of a five-album The Who cardbaord sleeve reissue series featuring the albusm "My Generation," "The Who Sell Out," "Magic BUs: The Who On Tour," "Direct Hits," and "Meaty, Beaty, Big & Bouncy." 2007.

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Why?
Andre Nunes | Sao Paulo, Brazil | 05/07/2010
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Why should Amazon include 134 rewiews about the CD version on the Classic Records Vinyl edition page?
As a vinyl enthusiast I always get bored when I try to look for rewiews about some specific VINYL reissue, and find thousands of rewiews related to other formats (5.1 remixes, SACD, mono or stereo CDs...) all mixed together.
Is there any reason for this?
By the way, ALL Who Classic Records reissues on vinyl are splendid, impecable original mixes, sometimes very different from the remixes done in mid 90's and currently found on CDs.
Highly recommended."
1967 THE WHO record remastered on CD.
Dr. Feelgood | USA | 10/24/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)

"The sound quality is improved from the vinyl disc, which sounded crappy and distorted. In any case, this was an interesting venture for The Who, and could be called a concept album of sorts. The record contains a fictional radio broadcast, complete with jingles, from pimple cream to Coca-Cola, with songs by The Who cut into the broadcast, a clever idea, with some good songs as well, the extra tracks are some of the best songs on the record. Even in the early days, The Who, might have been ahead of their rivals, like The Stones and The Beatles creatively speaking, even though The Beatles were more successful at selling records."