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The High Numbers was a short-lived alternate name used by The Who at the outset of their career. The name change occurred at the behest of music publicist Peter Meaden, who wanted to make them known as a band. "High numbers" was a reference to T-shirts with number designs, a coveted mod fashion item at the time. The band consisted of the same line-up as The Who: Roger Daltrey (vocals), Pete Townshend (guitar), John Entwistle (bass), and Keith Moon… read more

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    man oh man when i found out about them. it felt so so good when i first heard Zoot Suit, it still does feel!
  • Avatar for Bastard1
    It's either a bad joke or they're stupid, so they lose either way.
  • Avatar for judastgm
    @BigA2 Are you joking?
  • Avatar for ScreamyBoy
    @BigA2 lol
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    Shame this obscure mod band didn't go on to bigger things. Seems like they had a lot of potential.
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    Dance To Keep From Crying
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    wtf is with those plays
  • Avatar for Druid66
    This was when The Who were at their most old-school Mod, and 'twas real horrorshow, too, my droogies.

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