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Who News Round-Up: Singles Box Set, Concert Film Screening Update

The Who have unveiled the contents of their third box set of their singles reissue series.

Due out October 30, The Track Records Singles box set contains all of the singles the band released during their tenure on Track Records.  Each 45 will feature replica labeling and paper sleeves and be housed in special box that also contains a 20-page color booklet with assorted liner notes and pieces of memorabilia.

The Track Records Singles box set is available for pre-order at Amazon.  Check out a list of the singles below!

…In other Who news, the band’s concert film The Who: Live In Hyde Park is set to screen in North America on October 8.  To find a theater near you that’s screening the film, head over to!
The Who – The Track Records Singles Box Set

1. Pictures of Lily b/w Doctor Doctor (Track 604 002. Released 21 April 1967)
2. The Last Time b/w Under My Thumb (Track 604 006. Released 30 June 1967)
3. I Can See For Miles b/w Someone's Coming (Track 604 011. Released 13 October 1967)
4. Dogs b/w Call Me Lightning (Track 604 023. Released 14 June 1968)
5. Magic Bus b/w Dr Jeckyll & Mr Hyde (Track 604 024. Released 11 October 1968)
6. Pinball Wizard b/w Dogs Part Two (Track 604 027. Released 7 March 1969)
7. The Seeker b/w Here For More (Track 604 036. Released 20 March 1970)
8. Summertime Blues b/w Heaven and Hell (Track 2094 002. Released 10 July 1970)
9. See Me, Feel Me b/w Overture (Track single 2094 004, Released October 1970 then withdrawn)
10. TOMMY EP ('See Me, Feel Me', 'Christmas' b/w 'Overture', 'I'm Free' Track 2252 001. Released 6 November 1970)
11. Won't Get Fooled Again b/w Don't Know Myself' (Track 2094 009. Released 25 June 1971)
12. Let's See Action b/w When I Was A Boy (Track 2094 012. Released 15 October 1971)
13. Join Together b/w Baby Don't You Do It (Track 2094 102. Released 16 June 1972)
14. Relay b/w Waspman (Track 2094 106. Released 22 December 1972)
15. 5.15 b/w Water (Track 2094 115. Released 5 October 1973)




Erica Banas is a rock/classic rock reporter who never leaves home without her iPod, because to her, there’s something very comforting about carrying around every piece of music she’s ever owned in her life.