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Patrick
November 3rd 2006


1891 Comments


did anybody else get it with the bonus dvd? I'm so happy for that.

*3rd.
Face Dances, Endless Wire, what's the other post-Moon album? Was it The Kids Are Alright?

User Name
November 3rd 2006


11 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/It%27s_Hard





Which bonus DVD? mine came with a dvd, but it's only 6 songs, and I think it comes with all of them. Still really good, Roger is still awesome.

Patrick
November 4th 2006


1891 Comments


It's Hard. Duh.

MrKite
November 4th 2006


5020 Comments


i listened to some of this at musicworld and it sounded like shit to me. ive been trying to get into the who but i just dont like them.

jeffrey
November 5th 2006


1 Comments


Hey, it's "may have" not "may of," "could have," "would have" (or would've--contracted form) not "could of" or "would of." Apart from that, thoughtful review. I agree it "could've" been better with standard song lengths and pruning out the stuff that wasn't quite developed. But I get the impression Townshend just had a screw-that attitude, which is also kind of intriguing. I guess he knew there wouldn't be any airplay hit singles anyway.

AnyColour74
November 10th 2006


1054 Comments


watch whata your saying. that will get you banned in a sec.

MrKite
November 10th 2006


5020 Comments


yeah, the mods will kick your ass for pulling that shit.

tom79
November 10th 2006


3587 Comments


[quote=kite]i listened to some of this at musicworld and it sounded like **** to me. ive been trying to get into the who but i just dont like them.[/quote]
This should be obvious, but you have heard other Who albums and then judged them, right? Listen to Quadrophenia, Who's Next, Live at Leeds or their debut to hear The Who at their best.

Digging: Van Morrison - Saint Dominic's Preview

MrKite
November 10th 2006


5020 Comments


thanks tom i still haven't given up on them because i am a huge fan of the song My Generation.

BludgeonySteve
November 12th 2006


558 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Black Widow's Eyes and It's Not Enough are the only songs on the album that I would give 5/5s to but the rest of it is good too. And the mini-opera shouldn't really be dissected.

JohnXDoesn't
November 12th 2006


1354 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

why not dissect the mini opera? i was hoping for a more consistent album altogether. i find the Endless Wire portion of the album to be inconsistent, although overall good. and i find the same with the mini opera. i honestly believe by doing some trimming and expanding of the mini opera songs along with different placement on the LP it would of been a stronger effort. for instance Fragments and In The Ether are taken from the mini opera yet find positions on the first half of the record. "my" final Endless Wire is thus



Fragments

We Got A Hit (Extended Version)

I've Had Enough

Black Widow's Eyes

Man In A Purple Dress

Mike Post Theme

Two Thousand Years

God Speaks, Of Marty Robbins

Endless Wire (Extended Version)

Sound Round

Pick Up The Peace

They Made My Dreams Come True

Mirror Door

Tea & Theater

You Stand By Me



IMO this or something like it makes for a better album altogether.This Message Edited On 11.13.06

RobertT
August 27th 2010


4 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

It's hard to get into the new Who, try some of their older albums. They were among the best rock bands ever but their new stuff doesn't hold as much sway.

Superb
May 26th 2015


82 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Pretty okay album but It's Not Enough is REALLY good, one of my favourite Who songs.

Titan
August 1st 2015


17872 Comments


damn

TheSleepys
August 4th 2016


148 Comments

Album Rating: 1.5

Will you have some tea, at the theatre with me?



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