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The Who - Detailed Discography

The Who - Detailed Discography
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The Who - By Specific Country
United Kingdom United States Argentina Australia Austria
Barbados Belgium Brazil Bulgaria Canada
Chile China Colombia Czech Republic Denmark
Ecuador France Germany Greece Guatemala
Holland/Netherlands Hong Kong India Indonesia
Ireland Israel Italy Jamaica
Korea Latvia Lebanon Malaysia Mexico
New Zealand Norway Peru Philippines Poland
Portugal Romania Russia Saudi Arabia Singapore
South Africa Spain Sweden Taiwan
Turkey Ukraine United Arab Emirates Uruguay Venezuela

United Kingdom United States Angola Argentina Australia
Austria Belgium Brazil Canada Chile
Colombia Czech Republic Denmark Ecuador El Salvador
France Germany Greece Guatemala Holland/Netherlands

Hong Kong Hungary India Iran Ireland
Israel Italy Japan Lebanon Malaysia

Mexico New Zealand Nigeria Norway/Sweden Paraguay
Peru Philippines Poland Portugal Romania

Russia South Africa Spain Sweden/Norway Switzerland
Thailand Turkey Ukraine Uruguay Venezuela

Yugoslavia Zimbabwe

The discography section is separated by The Who and its solo members. Included in each of those sections, are albums and singles. They are presented in chronological order (i.e. "My Generation" (1965) precedes "It's Hard" (1982)), followed by country of release, starting with the UK (the band's home), the USA (the band's largest fan base) and then all other countries listed alphabetically. At some time around 1985, Polydor's European manufacturing became centralized in Germany - which explains why most of the European albums thereafter are "made in Germany".

The format is a little different for the Who albums (vs. everything else) due to the volume of all the Who records and CDs. The Who albums each have their own pages (reissues and compilations are grouped together) and the solo albums and singles are grouped together by artist/category. Reissues (LP and CD) will be listed with the original release, not the date of the reissue (unless there is a title change, making it a "unique" release). In the "UK-Only" and "USA-Only" sections, those records are listed in order of actual release date.

Presented below the pictures of the albums, will be any relevant information pertaining to the albums, as well as the sound quality reviews.

Rarities are tracks which don't appear on an album that's currently "in print". For example, the 1979 live version of "Dancing In the Street" has only been released on the 1988 "Won't Get Fooled Again" EP (which is long out of print). These rarities will be listed throughout this site and noted with an "(R)" so that they are easily identified.

The "Related" section includes "guest appearances" of The Who (or its solo members) on various "other artist" albums or singles. An example of this might be Pete Townshend's song, "Join My Gang", which was only officially released on a 1966 UK single by the band, Oscar (who coincidentally is Paul Nicholas, who played "Cousin Kevin" in the 1975 "Tommy" movie).

Sound quality can be very subjective. What sounds good to one person may sound "less-than-good" to another. Playing music on different equipment can also vary the results. However, if your source is better, your results should be better. These reviews may be qualified by saying they are "my opinion" and therefore potentially subjective. However, I have developed the resources to adequately compare and give accurate descriptions of the same. You will also find sound samples so that you can listen for yourself. Ultimately, you and your own ears are the judge.

The Who - Detailed Discography



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