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    Well, I'm in. I just hope Townshend doesn't play near-bout everything like on Endless Wire.
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    First song officially released.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h2IN8wYqQ6E

    Interesting IMO, but once again I'm not sure about the rythm section.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Interstellar View Post
    First song officially released.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h2IN8wYqQ6E

    Interesting IMO, but once again I'm not sure about the rythm section.
    After two listens, I could think about this track being worty of Who Are You (and that's a good compliment)

    But yeah, seems like they need to either jack up the sound for the bassist or hire one to play on the track.
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    Not bad at all, but lyrically I got 'Cooks County' vibes from the repetition of 'Guantanamo'.

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    Me like.
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  6. #106
    I think it's a fine track. Much better than Townshend's solo version from a few years ago.

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    I hope the new record has some nice Townshend vocals too. A lot of my favorite Who tracks feature both Townshend and Daltrey singing. First time I listened to “Big Cigars” I kept waiting for that Pete moment and all I got was a heavily processed and distant sounding Pete Choir backing vox on the chorus. Other than that it’s a decent track I think.
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