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The Who by Numbers

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The Who 11/19/1996

Review

The Who by Numbers functions as Pete Townshend's confessional singer/songwriter album, as he chronicles his problems with alcohol ("However Much I Booze"), women ("Dreaming From the Waist" and "They Are All in Love"), and life in general. However, his introspective musings are rendered ineffective by Roger Daltrey's bluster and the cloying, lightweight filler of "Squeeze Box." In addition, Townshend's songs tend to be underdeveloped, relying on verbosity instead of melodicism, with only the simple power of "Slip Kid," the grace of "Blue Red and Grey," and John Entwistle's heavy rocker "Success Story" making much of an impact. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Slip Kid The Who 4:27
  3. 2 However Much I Booze The Who 5:0
  4. 3 Squeeze Box The Who 2:40
  5. 4 Dreaming From the Waist The Who 4:4
  6. 5 Imagine a Man The Who 3:59
  7. 6 Success Story The Who 3:18
  8. 7 They Are All in Love The Who 3:0
  9. 8 Blue, Red and Grey The Who 2:46
  10. 9 How Many Friends The Who 4:2
  11. 10 In a Hand or a Face The Who 3:22
  12. 11 Squeeze Box The Who 4:14
  13. 12 Behind Blue Eyes The Who 3:42
  14. 13 Dreaming From the Waist The Who 4:50

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