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Photo Gallery: The Who / Quadrophenia / Director’s Cut

The Who / Quadrophenia / Director's CutThe Who release the Director’s Cut (aka Super Deluxe Edition) of Quadrophenia on Monday 14th November in the UK.

This set features a superb 100-page hard-backed book  as well as 4 CDs, a DVD-A and a 7″ single.

Here’s an exclusive early look at the set and the contents within. Most of the photos have comments below.

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Chris D.

I believe that The Who are the best rock band ever so of course I could not wait until the release of this box set. I have now listen to the whole set numerous times and all I can say is that it was worth the wait. I now am looking forward to the album being released fully in 5.1 surround because that disc was the most amazing, hearing things that I never heard before and Pete’s demo’s are always amazing. I am thankful Pete Townshend did not leave us early like Keith Moon and John Entwhistle because I do not think we would still be getting this Who stuff if he was gone. Thanks Pete for all the years of great Rock & Roll you guy’s were the best there was.

[…] Here we have detailed photo galleries of all formats, with special attention paid to the Super Deluxe Edition. This lavish presentation features an 100-page hard-backed book set within a sturdy presentation box. The box has a lift-off lid rather than being a slip-case which tends to be the norm (this style was used in The Who’s Quadrophenia Director’s Cut Edition). […]