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The Who Announce Career-Spanning 5 Disc Box Set

08-02-2017
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The Who

(hennemusic) Rock legends The Who will release a 5CD box set of singles entitled "Maximum As & Bs", on October 27th. The project compiles all of the band's A-sides, B-sides and EPs - from the Brunswick, Reaction, Track and Polydor labels - in one place, for the very first time.

The 86-track package traces The Who's career from their first single, 1964's "Zoot Suit" - recorded as The High Numbers - to the group's last recorded track to date, 2014's "Be Lucky."

Packaged in a rigid, lift-off-style box, "Maximum As & Bs" includes a 48-page booklet with track-by-track annotation by acclaimed writers plus period photos and memorabilia. A full track list for the box set can be found here.

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