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EDITORS’ NOTES

The Who’s fifth studio effort is an exhilarating rock ’n’ roll masterpiece stacked with killer songs that made it a staple of ‘70s rock radio. Although many of the album’s most enduring highlights capitalize on the unhinged genius of drummer Keith Moon ("Won't Get Fooled Again,” "Baba O’Riley”), the gorgeous ballads—particularly “Behind Blue Eyes”—are among Pete Townshend’s most heart-wrenching creations. Welcome to the Teenage Wasteland—a place of heartbreak, feverish brilliance, and the hot-blooded euphoria of high-volume rock ’n’ roll.

EDITORS’ NOTES

The Who’s fifth studio effort is an exhilarating rock ’n’ roll masterpiece stacked with killer songs that made it a staple of ‘70s rock radio. Although many of the album’s most enduring highlights capitalize on the unhinged genius of drummer Keith Moon ("Won't Get Fooled Again,” "Baba O’Riley”), the gorgeous ballads—particularly “Behind Blue Eyes”—are among Pete Townshend’s most heart-wrenching creations. Welcome to the Teenage Wasteland—a place of heartbreak, feverish brilliance, and the hot-blooded euphoria of high-volume rock ’n’ roll.

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