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"Out here in the fields I fight for my meals I get my back into my living I don't need to fight To prove I'm right I don't need to be forgiven"
Who's Next is the fifth studio album by The Who, released in 1971. It was Pete Townshend's salvaging of his failed Lifehouse project. It is usually considered one of The Who's best albums, and is possibly best known for the songs "Baba O'Riley" and "Won't Get Fooled Again." A documentary about the creative process behind the making of this album can be seen in the Classic Albums TV documentary series.
"Love Ain't For Keeping"
"The Song Is Over"
"Getting In Tune"
"Behind Blue Eyes"
"Won't Get Fooled Again"
Bonus Tracks (1995 Reissue):
"Pure And Easy"
"Baby Don't You Do It"
"Naked Eye (Live)"
"Too Much Of Anything"
"I Don't Even Know Myself"
"Behind Blue Eyes (Alternate Version)"
Roger Daltrey - lead vocals, harmonica
John Entwistle - bass, backing and lead vocals, piano, brass
Keith Moon - drums, percussion
Pete Townshend - guitar, backing and lead vocals, organ, VCS3, synthesizer, piano
The Monolith: On the album cover. The photo's meant to look like the band members have just pissed on it.
New Sound Album: It introduced synthesisers into the band's sound. However, the synthesisers here are used mainly for effects and processing: the ARP synthesiser is used to process the guitar solo in "Going Mobile", the EMS VCS3 is used as an envelope filter for the organ in "Won't Get Fooled Again" and noisemaker in "The Song Is Over", and the famous opening melody of "Baba O'Riley" is actually played on Pete Townshend's Lowrey Deluxe organ with the marimba repeat feature. Synthesisers would assume a more leading role starting with Quadrophenia.