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Published 30.07.2019 by

Magic Bus - The Who - The Kids Are Alright (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Shaktigis said:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Gloversville Pressing Vinyl release of The Kids Are Alright on Discogs. Label: MCA Records - MCA • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Album Gloversville Pressing • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Soundtrack/5().
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  2. Moogugar said:
    "Magic Bus" / "Someone's Coming" - These are the true stereo versions which appear on the USA "Magic Bus" LP. Absolutely stunning. Perfect sound. Other than the great sound and the (2) two notable differences above, the rest of the album seemed the same as the released version. HD Samples: Post Card (Ending In "The Kids Are Alright.
    05.08.2019
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  3. Meztilkis said:
    Oct 29,  · Magic Bus (CD, MCA) The Ultimate Collection (CD) long mono mix (about ), on Then and Now! bonus disc (CD, Universal Japan) fake stereo version of long mono mix (about ), on Meaty Beaty Big and Bouncy (LP) Meaty Beaty Big and Bouncy (CD, Universal Japan mini-LP) The Who Collection Vol. 2 (CD, Polydor).
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  4. Kazicage said:
    Jun 07,  · Magic Bus by The Who was released in but only reached number 26 in the charts.
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  5. Akinojora said:
    Jul 23,  · The Decca USA release of the LP "Magic Bus" contains the best sounding true stereo version of the title track, "Magic Bus". Subsequent CD reissues of the same used inferior tapes, causing the backing vocals on the song to become "shrill" sounding. This album is also noteworthy for having the 2nd mix version of "Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde".
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  6. Daijas said:
    Oct 27,  · Magic Bus (Original Stereo Version) · The Who Meaty, Beaty, Big And Bouncy ℗ Geffen Records Released on: Producer: Kit Lambert Composer Lyricist: Pete Townshend.
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  7. Dakree said:
    Magic Bus: The Who on Tour is the fourth American album by British rock band The Who, released by Decca in the US in September to capitalize on the success of their single of the same name. It is a compilation album of previously released material, and was not issued in the UK, although the album was also released at approximately the same time in Canada.
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  8. Zugul said:
    The key thing to consider when listening to The Who's "The Kids Are Alright" is that this particular album is the soundtrack for Jeff Stein's very fine documentary film about the band. Accordingly, the listener who fires up this album on CD, or via download, gets to hear some great music, but misses out on the accompanying visuals/5(97).
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  9. Kazir said:
    I got the new album in the mail today and I must say that the entirety of this effort shines on with music mastery as one of the greatest WHO albums. We can hear "Who's next", "My Generation" and also "Face Dances" through this awesome album. The track "Detour" even has a bit of "Magic Bus" shining through it/5().
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