Deal alert / The Who Polydor Singles


Lightning Deal right now giving you 45% off The Who‘s Polydor Singles 1975-2015 box set.

The box contains 15 seven-inch singles and the price is £60 temporarily, so ignore the widget below!

Update: Deal is now over, although you can join the ‘waitlist’ (which isn’t as hopeless as it sounds!)


1. ‘Listening To You/See Me, Feel Me’ b/w ‘Overture’
2. ‘Squeeze Box’ b/w ‘Success Story’
3. ‘Who Are You’ b/w ‘Had Enough’
4. ‘Long Live Rock’ b/w ‘I’m the Face’, ‘My Wife’ (live)
5. ‘5.15’ b/w ‘I’m One’.
6. ‘You Better You Bet’ b/w ‘The Quiet One’
7. ‘Don’t Let Go The Coat’ b/w ‘You’
8. ‘Athena’ b/w ‘A Man Is A Man’
9. ‘Eminence Front’ b/w ‘It’s Your Turn’ (This single was scheduled for release in the UK. Sleeves were printed but it was never released. It was to have been Who 7.)
10. ‘Twist and Shout’ b/w ‘I Can’t Explain’ (Both live)
11. ‘Won’t Get Fooled Again / Bony Maronie’ (Live at Young Vic)
12. ‘Join Together’ b/w ‘I Can See For Miles’ and ‘Behind Blue Eyes’ (All three tracks live from 1989 US tour)
13. ‘Real Good-Looking Boy’ b/w ‘Old Red Wine’
14. WIRE & GLASS (EP) ‘Sound Round’, Pick Up The Peace’, Endless Wire’, We Got A Hit’, ‘They Made My Dream Come True’, ‘Mirror Door’. Polydor 1702801. Released 24 July 2006
15. ‘Be Lucky’ b/w ‘I Can’t Explain’ (remixed)

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Tarek Sobh

Why am I always late :(


Is there anything unique to these songs as in them being different versions from what is already on their l.p.s?

Ian B

Not as far as I can tell, but that’s from a semi-obsessive fascination with the ‘Oo/Pete Townshend, rather than actually buying this set. I own most of these songs on more or less conventional CD releases by the band. I love The Who, but let’s face it, cash cow renditions of songs from 80s/90s/00s/10s tours plus the odd new track lamped on the end of yet another compilation are hardly essential purchases. Townshend more or less admitted in ‘Who I Am’ that The Who, post-Moon, were a money tap to be somewhat reluctantly turned on when he needed a new house or mixing desk.


I bought all 4 of The Who`s singles box sets and the REM one also.

Thing is I don`t know why, I won`t play them, nice to look at, yeah, but all they do is take up room.

I think I must have been suffering from a heavy bout of vinylitus that week.

eric slangen

What was the price?

Julian Hancock

Daft question, but how do you join the wait list ?