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Who's Next (album) by The Who 

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Who's Next
Who's Next by The Who (1971)
Overall rank: 27th   Overall chart history
Average Rating: 
87/100 (from 1,769 votes)
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Accolades: Top 5 albums of 1971 (2nd)
Top 10 albums of the 1970s (7th)
Top 50 albums of all time (27th)

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The Who bestography

Who's Next is ranked as the best album by The Who.

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Average Rating: 
87/100 (from 1,769 votes)
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From ekingshill 05/15/2017 18:50
Amazing, birthed from Townsend's obtuse and failed lifehouse project. Yet The Who's finest collection of individual original songs. Doesn't have the conceptual grandiosity of Quadrophenia and Tommy, but great deep tracks as well as the classics that I long ago burned out on from overlistening.
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From Smith 04/29/2017 15:05
what a great album, and every song is a good plus. I have iTunes version with bonus tracks, and they are good. Its a must buy for all rock fans.
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From TadtheMod 03/27/2017 20:51
Probably The Who's best "record", and certainly contains three of their most popular songs (The Concert for New York triumph featured them for good reason, the Americans particularly related to them). The Who were loud and confident but the Pete's song writing was reaching new heights and Roger's singing seemed to take off in this period. Adrenaline fuelled in parts, but tender and philosophical in others. Stood the test of time well, and people will still be listening decades after The Who have gone.
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From Komorebi-D 03/23/2017 08:29
Rock-Opera at its finest.
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90/100
From Ben4 03/14/2017 04:03
The Who's most well known album, and for good reason. (Personally prefer Quadrophenia). Baba O'riley, Bargain, Behind Blue Eyes, Won't get Fooled Again. A must have for any fan of classic rock.
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From Drzozzy 02/12/2017 11:32
I bought Who's Next by Who on 21/11/1998 from Sacred Heart on CD for £3.00 The version I have is on the record label Polydor catalogue number 813651-2 It entered the UK charts on 11/09/1971 and got to number 1 spending a total of 13 weeks on the chart.
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From slurpdurp 01/29/2017 18:31
I hated my first summer job. It was hard work out in the heat starting at 6 AM every morning. During my last week of it, I worked with a crazy Russian man who I could never understand. He got frustrated with me often because I had no idea what he was saying half of the time. By the end of the week, I was exhausted but so thankful to be finally done work after a very long summer. While he drove me back to my car, "Baba O'Reilly" came on the radio. We listened to it in silence, and at the very end of the song, he said to me, 'I've never heard that song before. That's a very good song'. 40+ years later, Who's Next still stands tall as a rock music masterpiece. It hasn't aged at all. The music on Who's Next is still legendary and impacting people of all ages who hear it.
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From prego9816 01/24/2017 15:10
Tier List for my preferences of the tracks on this album:

Top: 1, 2, 5, 9
High: 4, 8
Neutral: 3, 6, 7
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From hereforashortime 01/13/2017 21:28
WHO doesn't love this album (I'm sorry that pun was awful)
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From Fischman 01/12/2017 00:30
Awesome album, easily in the top 10 all time. Every cut a huge winner.
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