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    • The Church
    • Another of my all-time favorites, Priest = Aura is one of those rare albums where every song is simply fantastic, and a testament to how good pop-rock can be.

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iTunes Music Review - Quadrophenia

  • Quadrophenia

    • 10 out of 5
    • The Who
    • Reviewed by Bryan Chaffin
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    • Quadrophenia is everything that Tommy wanted to be, a rock opera that told a story, but one where every song could still stand alone. It was also Pete Townshend's farewell tribute to the Mod movement, while it ironically gave rise to a Mod rebirth. Most of all, it's an album that has given me hundreds of hours of listening pleasure.

      Favorite songs: "I'm One," "5:15," "The Real Me," "Sea and Sand," "Drowned," "Cut My Hair"

     

     

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