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The Who Roger Daltrey. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

The Who Roger Daltrey. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

The Who Release Fourth and Final Singles Box

by Roger Wink, VVN Music on January 26, 2016

in Live,News

After releases covering their time on the Brunswick, Reaction and Track labels, the Who will bring their career spanning singles box sets series to a close with Volume 4: The Polydor Singles 1975-2015.

With fifteen 7″ singles in a rigid lid-and-tray outer box and a 20-page color booklet, the set uses the picture sleeves reproducing the period graphics for each single.

The singles from between 1975 and 2015 include such fan favorites as Eminence Front, Squeeze Box, Who Are You, You Better You Bet and Athena. Also in the box is a live version of Eminence Front that was scheduled to be put out as a single in 1982, with sleeves even printed, but never released.

The singles:

Listening To You/See Me, Feel Me b/w Overture
Squeeze Box b/w Success Story
Who Are You b/w Had Enough
Long Live Rock b/w I’m the Face, My Wife (Live)
5.15 b/w I’m One
You Better You Bet b/w The Quiet One
Don’t Let Go The Coat b/w You
Athena b/w A Man Is A Man
Eminence Front b/w It’s Your Turn
Twist and Shout (Live) b/w I Can’t Explain (Live)
Won’t Get Fooled Again b/w Bony Maronie (Live at Young Vic)
Join Together (Live) b/w I Can See For Miles (Live), Behind Blue Eyes (Live)
Real Good-Looking Boy b/w Old Red Wine
Sound Round
Pick Up The Peace
Endless Wire
We Got A Hit
They Made My Dream Come True
Mirror Door
Be Lucky b/w I Can’t Explain (remixed)


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