THE WHO – SELL OUT (1967)
Album Review from AlohaPopRock-AlohaCriticon
One of the first conceptual albums in the history of rock was The Who Sell Out in which the guitarrist Pete Townshend demonstrates his brilliance as a songwriter of ironic, sour and hilarious tales about masturbation, tatoos, body odour or acne.
Magnificient psychedelic pop masterpiece containing the lisergic touchstone composed by John Keene ( one of the members of Thunderclap Newman) Armenia City in The Sky and brilliant songs such as Mary Anne With The Shaky Hand, Tatoo, I Can See For Miles ( the CD reedition presents other beautiful songs like Someone’s Coming) from the first great work of The Who, one of the best British rock group ever.
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