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8 thoughts on “ The Who - The Who Collection - Volume One (CD)

  1. There are so many reviews for this CD that I can add little more, this is IMHO a must have CD, it has an excellent selection of all the well known tracks and much more. The 's was a truly great time for music and especially bands from England, we were spoilt for choice, The Who, Beatles, Stones, Kinks to name just 4, all still surviving and /5().
  2. Buy The Who: The Ultimate Collection (CD) by The Who (CD $). Amoeba Music. Ships Free in the U.S.
  3. Have one to sell? Sell on Amazon Image Unavailable. To view this video download Flash Player VIDEOS ° VIEW IMAGES The Who Collection, Vol 1 & 2 Format: Audio CD. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Audio CD "Please retry" — — — Audio CD — Special offers and product promotions.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Who Collection - Volume One on Discogs. Label: Impression Records - IMCD4/1,Polydor - IMCD4/1 • Format: CD Compilation, Repress • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Mod, Pop Rock, Classic Rock/5(5).
  5. The Collection is an album series by American hip hop group Bone Thugs-N-Harmony. Volume One, consisting of hit songs between and , was released on November 24, , on Ruthless Records. Volume Two was released on November 14, "B.N.K" is a remake of a song by Eazy-E entitled "Black Nigga Killa".
  6. The recording itself is quite clear, and the volume from song to song seems quite even. Some older music which is now being distributed on CD's are poorly recorded, and the volume varies a lot from one song to the next, forcing you to keep adjusting the volume. If you have ever liked one or two of their songs, this is definitely worth the price.
  7. The singular voice of Bob Dylan has captivated and challenged audiences from the first note of his self-titled debut album for Columbia Records in With the release of The Complete Album Collection, Vol. One, fans old and new are able to explore Dylan’s career in greater depth than ever before/5().
  8. this collection is superbly put together, the chosen tracks reinforce the idea that the Who is one of the great bands ever assembled! but the mastering is super-loud and compressed! unlistenable, period! how this cd passed quality control is a mystery, but stay away unless you 4/5(9).

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