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The roaring, raging quartet heard on Who's Next, "i"Live at Leeds, and "i"Quadrophenia is scarcely discernable on much of this, their first album. But the Mod-fueled, American Ramp;B-inspired sense of ambitious pop that powers "i"A Quick One, "i"Sell Out, and even "i"Tommy isn't so hard to find here. This reissue not only expands the original with a bonus-disc treasure trove of 17 outtakes and rarities (including the Pete Townshend-penned, previously unissued "Instant Party Mixture"), but has been remixed from the original 1964-'66 session tapes by producer Shel Talmy and released in true stereo for the first time. Anchored by early Who/Townshend anthems "My Generation" (also included in an instrumental version), "I Can't Explain," and "The Kids Are Alright," disc one's original LP set veers somewhat schizophrenically from Townshend's nascent power-guitar thrashing on the anthems and Roger Daltrey's ill-advised James Brown and Bo Diddley impressions on "Please, Please, Please" and "I'm a Man," respectively, to the surf-inspired John Entwistle-Keith Moon instrumental showcase, "The Ox." Not surprisingly, it's the Townshend originals (like "It's Not True," "Legal Matter," and the proto-psychedelic "Circles") that point to what the band would become in a few short years. The bonus material on disc two leans equally heavily on covers, but also contains its share of signposts to the future Who, including a rare, alternate version of "Anyhow, Anyway, Anywhere." Also included is a new booklet with many rare photos and a history of the album's recording by Andy Neill (coauthor of Anyway Anyhow Anywhere: The Complete Chronicle of the Who 1958-1978). --Jerry McCulley
The Who's first album, mixed in stereo for the first time by original producer Shel Talmy, plus single sides. Disc two is a collector's dream, with more loads of first-time stereo-in fact, 28 out of the 30 tracks here are in stereo!-previously unreleased, full-length versions of The Good's Gone and I Don't Mind, an unspeakably rare, French EP-only alternate version of Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere and more.