Endless Wire

Universal/Island Def Jam
Release date
31 Oct 2006
Running length
21 tracks
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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Fragments 3:58 16,934
2 A Man in a Purple Dress 4:15 16,574
3 Mike Post Theme 4:29 15,418
4 In The Ether 3:36 13,055
5 Black Widow's Eyes 3:07 13,963
6 Two Thousand Years 2:50 12,835
7 God Speaks, of Marty Robbins 3:26 2,534
8 It's Not Enough 4:05 35,828
9 You Stand By Me 1:36 13,819
10 Sound Round 1:21 12,323
11 Pick Up the Peace 1:28 11,745
12 Unholy Trinity 2:07 11,376
13 Trilby's Piano 2:04 10,699
14 Endless Wire 1:52 12,201
15 Fragments Of Fragments 2:23 11,202
16 We Got A Hit 1:18 11,173
17 They Make My Dream Come True 1:13 2,431
18 Mirror Door 4:14 11,082
19 Tea & Theatre 3:24 10,803
20 We Got A Hit (Extended Version) 3:05 5,600
21 Endless Wire (Extended Version) 3:05 5,434

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  • gokunirvana

    Endless Wire, one of the examples that age becomes irrelevant when you have a true talent and enough energy to still making art. After more than forty years from the release of the debut album, My Generation, and losing two important members, who were the best players on their respective instruments, here we got The Who, maybe not in their pinnacle, but still making some of the best music of the last decade. Pete's songwriting and Roger's powerful voice seems to be untouchables now. It only remains to think what would have been if John and Keith were still here.

    19 Oct 2012 Reply
  • Harfang

    I am so smitten with Roger's voice on this album. Overall the writing and production is just stellar, too. but every time Pete sings a song I want to punch him. Here's Roger, older than my parents and sounding slightly different but somehow *better* nearly 50 years along, and Peter sings a third of the songs on an album? It better not happen again. Anyway this album is such a wonderful surprise for a quarter-century fan like me, even; hear the whole thing if you haven't yet.

    28 Sep 2011 Reply
  • right33

    this is a wonderful album. it was amazing live too

    4 Jun 2011 Reply
  • Fleshgardensape

    I have never listened to this album enough, it's just tremendous if one can break away from "Who's next" or "Tommy" long enough. I can understand Pete Townsend's frustration with us "Punters"

    27 Jun 2010 Reply
  • foxyluva

    I think this is a pretty great album

    2 May 2010 Reply
  • ihavesoldout


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  • Jake1118

    I have listened to many hours of the Who over the years and this album is their WORST! sorry.....

    12 Jun 2009 Reply
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  • MegStar52

    I think this is a wonderful album! I love this stuff much more than the current stuff the Stones or McCartney are doing.

    28 Mar 2009 Reply
  • rallprabhakar

    great album. sounds like 21st century extension of who's next

    22 Mar 2009 Reply
  • joewatson406

    Agree with Snowman01. Plus, Townshend's guitar playing has matured much in the intermittent years.

    3 Nov 2008 Reply
  • zenunderground

    pretty good actually, was surprised

    29 Oct 2008 Reply
  • r_m

    Agreed. This is brilliant.

    28 Oct 2008 Reply
  • RagaDrop

    Great, Great album!

    13 Sep 2008 Reply
  • egonspengler222

    Groovy album. Daltrey's voice is shot, but damn if he ain't trying, and for the most part, it works.

    16 Aug 2008 Reply
  • Snowman01

    If this is the last Who album, it's a freaking much better "last album" to be left than It's Hard

    6 Jul 2008 Reply
  • sputnik57

    Fuckin' great.

    27 May 2008 Reply
  • mlamond77

    A fine album - unlike others of his generation Townshend is not prepared to rest on his laurels and is still willing to experiment. Would have been good if the single 'Real Good Looking Boy' had been included but after 24 years wait its well worth it!

    30 Apr 2008 Reply
  • 6:00

    That this band remains experimental and provocative is a testament to the kind of artists The Who have always been. The Rolling Stones should take notes.

    30 Nov 2007 Reply
  • hurricane_mario

    His voice has gone to shit.

    20 Oct 2007 Reply
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