Who's Next

Release date
25 Mar 2003
Running length
29 tracks
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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Baba O'Riley 5:01 747,778
2 Bargain (Original Album Version) 5:34 4,600
3 Love Ain't For Keeping (Original Album Version) 2:11 1,527
4 My Wife (Original Album Version) 3:35 1,408
5 The Song Is Over (Original Album Version) 6:15 1,245
6 Getting In Tune (Original Album Version) 4:51 1,224
7 Going Mobile (Original Album Version) 3:43 710
8 Behind Blue Eyes (Original Album Version) 3:43 8,323
9 Won't Get Fooled Again (Original Album Version) 8:34 5,813
10 Baby Don't You Do It (New York Record Plant Session Full Version) 8:19 453
11 Getting In Tune (New York Record Plant Session 2003 Remix) 6:30 398
12 Pure And Easy (New York Record Plant Session 2003 Remix) 4:31 403
13 Love Ain't For Keeping (New York Record Plant Session 2003 Remix) 4:04 376
14 Behind Blue Eyes (New York Record Plant Session 2003 Remix) 3:28 500
15 Won't Get Fooled Again (New York Record Plant Session 2003 Remix) 8:48 485
1 Love Ain't For Keeping (Live At Young Vic, London/1971) 2:58 21
2 Pure And Easy (Live At Young Vic, London/1971) 6:01 17
3 Young Man Blues (Live At Young Vic, London/1971) 4:48 24
4 Time Is Passing (Live At Young Vic, London/1971) 3:59 17
5 Behind Blue Eyes (Live At Young Vic, London/1971) 4:50 16
6 I Don't Even Know Myself (Live At Young Vic, London/1971) 5:43 16
7 Too Much Of Anything (Live At Young Vic, London/1971) 4:21 14
8 Getting In Tune (Live At Young Vic, London/1971) 6:43 14
9 Bargain (Live At Young Vic, London/1971) 5:47 13
10 Water (Live At Young Vic, London/1971) 8:21 13
11 My Generation (Live At Young Vic, London/1971) 2:58 13
12 (I'm A) Road Runner (Live At Young Vic, London/1971) 3:14 20
13 Naked Eye (Live At Young Vic, London/1971) 6:22 12
14 Won't Get Fooled Again (Young Vic Live Mix) 8:51 261

About this album

Who’s Next is the fifth studio album by English rock band The Who, released in August 1971. The album has origins in a rock opera conceived by Pete Townshend called Lifehouse. The ambitious, complex project did not come to fruition at the time and instead, many of the songs written for the project were compiled onto Who’s Next as a collection of unrelated songs. Who’s Next was a critical and commercial success when it was released, and has been certified 3× platinum by the RIAA.

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  • garynotrashcoug

    Great album over all, but I agree that the first and last tracks really nail it. Arranged that way on purpose, of course.

    13 Jan 8:04am Reply
  • PFdark

    always have the most time in the ROCK albums ,'cause it takes me a lot of time to think the meanings and feelings that singers or musician want to express ,it's a process of deep thinking ,of course ,it means the great albums.so the more you listen them ,the more you get ,worth of it .like this piece of album,four people ,totally different in the band ,you can tell the pandora,but ,it also express the feeling ,the anger ,disappointed,or other .I love it .

    11 Dec 2014 Reply
  • muerto14

    Amazing Albun.

    17 Sep 2014 Reply
  • Francisco__

    ★★★★★ [2]

    3 Aug 2014 Reply
  • VadiushaKomarov

    rating 10/10

    30 Apr 2014 Reply
  • licoricepizza

    If you're totally into vinyl, the original 1971 US/UK Decca pressings are the best sounding of this particualr album! Bypass the MCA label ones.

    16 Dec 2013 Reply
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    29 Oct 2013 Reply
  • brrrrrrruno

    pete townshend is a fuckin' genius

    21 Jun 2013 Reply
  • impronen

    Hasn't aged a bit. No matter how much I like Zeppelin (which is more than I love The Who), not one of they're album as a whole succeeds to still sound so fresh. Amazingly good. Also, the line "meet the new boss, the same as the old boss" is probably one of the best ever. So true, unfortunately.

    17 Jun 2013 Reply
  • k_naruchiha94

    one of the best rock albums of all time!

    4 Jun 2013 Reply
  • Drazba

    one of the best rock albums of all time!

    1 Jun 2013 Reply
  • Irlandese64

    This is why I love 70s rock.

    4 Mar 2013 Reply
  • njokmo413

    what a perfect album... i wonder how that lifehouse project would've turned out

    20 Feb 2013 Reply
  • birdturd93

    This is not overrated! Your overrated! X(

    9 Jan 2013 Reply
  • gokunirvana

    I can't say this is my favorite album by the Who, but I can't deny the fact that it is a masterpiece. It's amusing the fact that it was a failed attempt to make an even greater album, and it is still a sample of the great musicianship of the four members. What an amazing start of the decade.

    28 Oct 2012 Reply
  • MathianSim

    fank19 is so right, the album begins & ends on high notes. I'll even go so far as to say that the 1st & last songs are their very best.

    10 Oct 2012 Reply
  • onthewall2983

    The phrase "all killer no filler" probably coincided with this album.

    7 Sep 2012 Reply
  • johnemanuelbrol

    He observado ,que discos editados en la decada de los 70. son anuciado por parte de los reponsable de esta web,en tiempos actuales ,como este teabajo de los who albun de 1972,y esto puede crear errores ,sobre todos a las nuebas generaciones de melomanos,en este caso este trabajo se edito con 9 temas en formato vinilo que hemos conocido .los que tenemos mas de 50 años, los datos actuales son de ediciones a partir del año 2000,co temas bonos para c .d.y habia que decir siempre REDICION DE CD DE 2005,por ejemplo asi se evitaria posibles errores de fechas.gracias

    19 Aug 2012 Reply
  • johnemanuelbrol

    sin duda el mejor trabajo de the who, los 9 primeros temas ,son de la edicion primera del año 1972,los demadas temas son del proyecto fallido de lifehouse

    19 Aug 2012 Reply
  • fank19

    First 2 songs and last 2 songs of this album are probably the best The Who songs.

    13 Jul 2012 Reply
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