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I can't stand rap....people who can't sing do can sing rebellion as well as talk it....Hitler would have been in a rap band.

— John Entwistle

MTV Week in Rock - 1989

Today in the Who's History


The Who play in Perth


Melody Maker has its issue where “I'm a Boy” hits #1 on their charts. The headline is “Who's number one? know Who.” Inside is an interview with Who manager Kit Lambert.


The Who play the Kinema Ballroom in Dunfermline, Scottland.


Tommy comes to the attention of Charles E. Fager in Christian Century magazine He calls it “a thoroughly religious work.”


The Who play in Purley


Roger appears on French television to promote his new film Lisztomania


Pete launches his anti-heroin crusade with an interview in The Times called “My crusade to beat the drug menace.” The following day Pete again alienates his left-wing friends by addressing a meeting of the Young Conservatives at a Tory Party conference where he discusses his addiction to heroin and the need for Margaret Thatcher's Tory-led government to aid those trying to get off drugs.
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