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Rock used to be a right laugh. The trouble is the rock press have made it all so serious. Fifty per cent of rock is having a good time.

-- Roger Daltrey
Melody Maker Oct. 23, 1971

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If you're logged in you will notice that we have added a lot of new "community" features. thewho.net was always intended to be a "network" of friends with a common interest.

We started with "Odds & Sods - The Who's Internet Fan Club" our email list which has been running since 1996. Today you will see that we've also now got our own "Forums". In addition, we're considering bringing back a "chat room", similar to what we had about 10 years ago. The new site also allows you to send and receive Personal Messages with other users.

One of our favorite new features is our new "Members Map". Thanks to Google technology we can allow you to show people where you live. I encourage all our members to visit and let us know where you viewing us from (exact location isn't necessary, and in fact is discouraged)

We hope you enjoy the new features, and plan to bring you more new features in the near future. Let us know what you think, and if there is something you find on other sites that you think we should bring to thewho.net.

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The Kids are Alright
One day like today...
1981
Pete visits his mother and father. They recognize that Pete is in horrible condition from his drug and alcohol addictions and beg him to get help. Shortly after this his wife Karen takes him back after a two-year separation and Pete makes plans to seek serious treatment.

1982
"Eminence Front" backed with "One At A Time" hits the U.S. charts. Despite heavy play on MTV, the single peaks at #68 in Billboard and #77 in Cash Box. It is the last Who single to appear on either chart.

1982
"Eminence Front " backed with "One At A Time " hits the U.S. charts. Despite heavy play on MTV, the single peaks at #68 in Billboard and #77 in Cash Box. It is the last Who single to appear on either chart.


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