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Our next single is really pop-art. I wrote it with that intention. Not only is the number pop-art, the lyrics are young and rebellious. It's anti-middle-age, anti boss-class and anti young marrieds.

-- Pete Townshend
Melody Maker July 3, 1965

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Spinner.com sent the following:

"We spent the last couple weeks whittling down a list of the best band logos of all time, and guess who clocked in at #5 with Brian Pike's pop-art design?

Best Band Logos: No. 5

If you're content with their ranking, if you're shocked they aren't #1, or hey, if you just want to go off about the countdown in general, please make comments. I'd love to hear back from you and so would the rest of the Spinner staff. "

Go let them know how you feel! I'm sure we'd all agree that The Who should be #1! Smile


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1964
The High Numbers perform at the Shandon Hall Dance Club in Romford, Essex

1965
The Who make their U.S. TV debut on Shindig (ABC-TV) performing "I Can't Explain," "Daddy Rolling Stone" and "My Generation."

1967
Mono master copies are made for "I Can See For Miles," "Armenia (City in the Sky)," "Early Morning Cold Taxi" and "Girl's Eyes."",

1973
The Daily Mail breaks the story of Keith and Kim's separation. On the same day The Who record a new backing track for "5:15" for their Top Of The Pops appearance. The Musician's Union insists on a new recording and goes so far as to send a representative to the session to make sure The Who do not cheat.

1982
The Who play in Saint Paul

1993
Roger makes a guest appearance on the HBO TV series Tales From The Crypt in an episode entitled "Forever Ambergris."


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