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Thirty Years of Maximum R&B (Box Set)

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Download links and information about Thirty Years of Maximum R&B (Box Set) by The Who. This album was released in 1994 and it belongs to Rock, Hard Rock, Rock & Roll, Heavy Metal, Pop genres. It contains 95 tracks with total duration of 05:02:06 minutes.

Artist: The Who
Release date: 1994
Genre: Rock, Hard Rock, Rock & Roll, Heavy Metal, Pop
Tracks: 95
Duration: 05:02:06
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Pete Townshend Dialogue (Live At Long Beach Arena) 0:20
2. I'm the Face (featuring High Numbers) 2:27
3. Here 'Tis (featuring High Numbers) 2:08
4. Zoot Suit (featuring High Numbers) 1:59
5. Leaving Here (featuring High Numbers) 2:47
6. I Can't Explain (Mono Version) 2:04
7. Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere (Mono Version Including Interview) 3:04
8. Daddy Rolling Stone (Stereo Version) 2:50
9. My Generation (Mono Version) 3:17
10. The Kids Are Alright (Mono Version) 3:04
11. The Ox (Mono Version) 3:48
12. A Legal Matter (Mono Version) 2:45
13. Pete Townshend Dialogue (Live At Leeds) 0:57
14. Substitute (Live At Leeds) 2:08
15. I'm a Boy (Remixed "No Horns") 2:37
16. Disguises 3:20
17. Happy Jack Jingle 0:31
18. Happy Jack (Alternate Mono Version) 2:12
19. Boris the Spider 2:28
20. So Sad About Us 3:00
21. A Quick One, While He's Away (Compilation from Mono & Live Version) 9:40
22. Pictures of Lily 2:42
23. Early Morning Cold Taxi 3:03
24. Coke 2 (Spoken Word) 0:47
25. (This Could Be) The Last Time 3:02
26. I Can't Reach You 3:03
27. Girl's Eyes 3:07
28. Bag O' Nails (Spoken Word) 0:05
29. Call Me Lightning 2:19
30. Rotosound Strings (Spoken Word) 0:06
31. I Can See for Miles 4:14
32. Mary Anne With the Shaky Hand (Acoustic Version) 2:09
33. Armenia City In the Sky 3:17
34. Tattoo 2:41
35. Our Love Was 3:07
36. Rael 1 5:41
37. Rael 2 0:52
38. Track Records / Premier Drums 0:32
39. Sunrise 3:02
40. Russell Harty Dialogue (Spoken Word) 0:21
41. Jaguar (Edited Version) 2:03
42. Melancholia 3:18
43. Fortune Teller (Studio Version) 2:18
44. Magic Bus (Edit Mono Version) 3:16
45. Little Billy 2:17
46. Dogs 3:01
47. Overture (Original Version) 3:52
48. The Acid Queen (Original Version) 3:32
49. Abbie Hoffman Incident (Spoken Word) 0:15
50. Sparks (Woodstock Live Version) 4:02
51. Pinball Wizard (Original Studio Version) 3:00
52. I'm Free (Original Studio Version) 2:36
53. See Me, Feel Me (Live At Leeds) 3:32
54. Heaven and Hell (Mono Version) 3:32
55. Pete Townshend Dialogue (Live At Leeds) 0:37
56. Young Man Blues (Live At Leeds) 4:45
57. Summertime Blues (Live At Leeds) 3:34
58. Shakin' All Over (Live At Leeds Edit) 4:11
59. Baba O'Riley 4:57
60. Bargain (Live) 5:00
61. Pure and Easy 5:10
62. The Song Is Over 6:08
63. Studio Dialogue (Spoken Word) 0:46
64. Behind Blue Eyes (Original Version) 3:37
65. Won't Get Fooled Again (Original Version) 8:31
66. The Seeker (Edit) 3:21
67. Bony Moronie (Live) 3:24
68. Let's See Action 3:56
69. Join Together 4:17
70. Relay 4:00
71. The Real Me (Re-Recorded Version) 3:34
72. 5:15 (Single Mix) 4:16
73. Bell Boy 4:54
74. Love Reign O'er Me 4:51
75. Long Live Rock (The Kids Are Alright Mix) 3:54
76. Life With the Moons (Spoken Word) 1:43
77. Naked Eye 5:03
78. University Challenge (Spoken Word) 0:29
79. Slip Kid 4:09
80. Poetry Cornered (Spoken Word) 0:32
81. Dreaming from the Waist (Live) 4:16
82. Blue Red and Grey 2:43
83. Life With the Moons 2 (Spoken Word) 0:45
84. Squeeze Box 2:39
85. My Wife (Live) 4:33
86. Who Are You (Single Edit) 4:58
87. The Music Must Change 4:34
88. Sister Disco 4:16
89. Guitar and Pen 5:49
90. You Better You Bet 5:29
91. Eminence Front 5:25
92. Twist and Shout (Live) 3:09
93. I'm a Man (Live) 6:33
94. Pete Townshend Dialogue (From the Fillmore West, San Francisco) 0:36
95. Saturday Night's Alright (For Fighting) 4:32

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In comparison to The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, and The Kinks—to name three other prominent British beat groups that emerged in the '60s—The Who released the least amount of material. The Who got the latest start and had the most deliberate songwriter in Pete Townshend, who began toying with the rock-opera concept as early as the band's second album. As a result, The Who's output can be largely collected in just a few albums. Thirty Years of Maximum R&B was issued as a four-CD set, featuring the group's hits (sometimes in alternate live versions) and a good sampling of its albums, along with oddities like commercials, Keith Moon jokes ("Life with the Moons"), and interview snippets with Townshend. Most excitingly, it contains material the band performed as The High Numbers. This can be considered an interesting entry point for new fans, while seasoned Who fanatics either will wish they could cherry-pick the rarities or will enjoy hearing the band's familiar history being told from a variety of angles beyond the scope of the average greatest-hits collection.