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Entwistle, John - 1981 Too Late The Hero
This is easily Entwistle's best solo album and probably a better album overall than The Who's baffling 'Face Dances' album released only months earlier that year.

Entwistle, John - 1996 The Rock
Following The Who's demise in 1982 the late John Entwistle went about assembling a new backing band, 'hand picking' the members, including Prism vocalist Henry Small and drummer Zak Starkey (ex ASAP and son of Ringo Starr).

Townshend, Pete - 1989 Iron Man Musical
So here we find the first (?) musical to appear in Glory Daze, so it seems that when a musician has achieved such high levels as Pete Townshend, what do they do? They write a musical based on a children's book..

Who, The - 1970 Live At Leeds
One of the truly iconic albums in rock history, setting a benchmark for any band, past and present.

Who, The - 1978 Who Are You
The circumstances surrounding Keith Moon's final album with The Who have always tended to overshadow the album itself in my opinion, as it is one of the finest albums the band ever recorded.

Who, The - 1981 Face Dances
The band was a shocking mess on the face of it in 1981, but even at their worst The Who still remained compelling.

Who, The - 1982 It's Hard
'It's Hard' is not the complete write-off that many have made it out to be. Ultimately this is a great album, just a radical departure for Who loyalists of the day who were probably expecting another 'Tommy' or 'Who's Next'.

Who, The - 1984 Who's Last
To say this is terrible is an understatement, in fact it's mind boggling this is The Who live such is the shambles on display.

Who, The - 2006 Endless Wire
..twenty four years between studio releases may be a record in rock history, but considering the artist is a legend, The Who, this fact can easily be dismissed. Having given so much to rock as a whole means The Who have earned the right to take such time..