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1. Armenia City in The Sky
2. Heinz Baked Beans
3. Mary Anne With the Shaky Hand
4. Odorono
5. Tattoo
6. Our Love Was
7. I Can See for Miles
8. I Can’t Reach You
9. Medac
10. Relax
11. Silas Stingy
12. Sunrise
13. Rael / Track Records run-off groove
14. Pictures of Lily (original UK Track single mix)
15. Doctor, Doctor (original UK Track single mix)
16. The Last Time (original UK Track single mix)
17. Under My Thumb (original UK Track single mix)
18. I Can See for Miles (original UK Track single mix)
19. Mary Anne With the Shaky Hand (original US Decca single mix)
20. Someone’s Coming (original US Decca single mix)
21. Unused Radio London ad / Early Morning… (original 1967 mono mix)
22. Unused Radio London bulletin link /Jaguar (original 1967 mono mix)
23. Unused Radio London ad /Tattoo (early alternate mono mix)
24. Rael (Talentmasters Studio, New York early rough mix)
25. Sunn Amps promo spots
26. Great Shakes ad


1. Armenia City in The Sky
2. Heinz Baked Beans
3. Mary Anne With the Shaky Hand
4. Odorono
5. Tattoo
6. Our Love Was
7. I Can See for Miles
8. I Can’t Reach You
9. Medac
10. Relax
11. Silas Stingy
12. Sunrise
13. Rael
14. Rael Naïve (complete with organ coda ending)
15. MaryAnne With the Shaky Hand (US single version)
16. Someone’s Coming
17. Summertime Blues
18. Glittering Girl
19. Early Morning Cold Taxi
20. Girl’s Eyes
21. Coke After Coke
22. Sodding About
23. Things Go Better with Coke
24. Hall of The Mountain King
25. Jaguar
26. Rael (remake; IBC version) / Track Records outro


1. Glittering Girl (Take 4) (2018 remix)
2. Girl’s Eyes (Take 2) (2018 remix)
3. The Last Time (Take 8)
4. Under My Thumb (Take 3) (2018 remix with full ending)
5. Our Love Was (Take 2)
6. Relax (4-track to 4-track mix with Pete vocal)
7. Relax (Takes 1 and 2)
8. Mary Anne With the Shaky Hand (Takes 1 & 9)
9. Relax (Remake Take 4)
10. I Can See for Miles (full version)
11. Medac (Take 11)
12. Odorono (Take 3) (2018 remix)
13. Heinz Baked Beans (Takes 1 & 3) (2018 remix)
14. Top Gear (Takes 1 & 2) (2018 remix)
15. Premier Drums (Takes 1 & 3) (2018 remix)
16. Charles Atlas (Take 1)
17. Rotosound Strings (Take 1) (2018 remix)
18. Track Records (2018 remix)
19. John Mason Cars (Takes 1 - 3) / Speakeasy / Rotosound Strings / Bag O’ Nails
20. It’s A Girl (aka ‘Glow Girl’) (Takes 1 & 3)
21. Mr Hyde (1st stage mix Take 1)
22. Little Billy (Takes 1 & 3)
23. Mrs Walker (aka ‘Glow Girl’) (4-track to 4-track mix, take 7)
24. Call Me Lightning (Take 1 backing track, stereo mix & jam)
25. Dogs (Take 3)
26. Melancholia (Take 1)
27. Shakin’ All Over (Take 3)
28. Magic Bus (Take 6)


1. Glow Girl
2. Faith in Something Bigger
3. Dr Jekyll And Mr Hyde
4. Call Me Lightning
5. Little Billy’s Doing Fine
6. Dogs
7. Melancholia
8. Fortune Teller
9. Facts Of Life (aka ‘Birds And Bees’, backing track)
10. Magic Bus (single version)
11. Call Me Lightning (US/UK mono single mix)
12. Dr Jekyll And Mr Hyde (UK mono single mix)
13. Dogs (UK mono single mix)
14. Magic Bus (mono, longer version)


1. Kids? Do You Want Kids
2. Relax
3. Glow Girl
4. Glow Girl (Version 2)
5. Inside Outside USA
6. Jaguar
7. Little Billy
8. Odorono
9. Pictures of Lily
10. Relax (Version 2)
11. Melancholia (2018 remix)
12. Thinking of You All the While (‘Sunrise’ Version 2)
13. Mary Anne With the Shaky Hands
14. I Can See for Miles


1. I Can See for Miles (early mono mix with single-tracked vocal)
2. Someone’s Coming (original UK Track single mix with single-tracked vocal)


1. Magic Bus (US/UK mono)
2. Dr Jekyll And Mr Hyde (original US Decca single mix)

More Info:

5CD + 2 7" Singles Super Deluxe Remastered Edition featuring the album in both Mono and Stereo, bonus tracks featuring 14 previously unheard Pete Townshend Demos, studio sessions, outtakes, unheard jingles and more. The package also features 9 posters, replica ephemera, and an 80 page hard bound book with rare photos and new liner notes by Pete Townshend. 112 tracks, 46 unreleased.

Initially released in December 1967 and described latterly by Rolling Stone as “The Who’s finest album,” The Who Sell Out reflected a remarkable year in popular culture. As well as being forever immortalized as the moment when the counterculture and the “Love Generation” became a global phenomenon and “pop” began metamorphosing into “rock.”

The new Super Deluxe Edition of The Who Sell Out features 112 tracks, 46 of which are unreleased, an 80-page, hard-back, full-color book, including rare period photos, memorabilia, track-by-track annotation and new sleeve notes by Pete Townshend with comments from the likes of Pete Drummond (Radio London DJ), Richard Evans (designer) & Roy Flynn (the Speakeasy Club manager).

The Super Deluxe package also includes nine posters & inserts, including replicas of 20” x 30” original Adrian George album poster, a gig poster from The City Hall, Newcastle, a Saville Theatre show 8-page program, a business card for the Bag o’ Nails club, Kingly Street, a Who fan club photo of group, a flyer for Bath Pavilion concerts including The Who, a crack-back bumper sticker for Wonderful Radio London, Keith Moon’s Speakeasy Club membership card and a Who Fan Club newsletter.

The Who Sell Out was originally planned by Pete Townshend and the band’s managers Kit Lambert & Chris Stamp, as a loose concept album including jingles and commercials linking the songs stylised as a pirate radio broadcast. This concept was born out of necessity as their label and management wanted a new album and Townshend felt that he didn’t have enough songs.

The ground-breaking original plan for Sell Out was to sell advertising space on the album but instead the band opted for writing their own jingles paying tribute to pirate radio stations and to parody an increasingly consumerist society.

The homage to pop-art is evident in both the advertising jingles and the iconic sleeve design created by David King who was the art director at the Sunday Times, and Roger Law who invented the Spitting Image TV show. The sleeve features four advertising images, taken by the renowned photographer David Montgomery, of each band member Odorono deodorant (Pete Townshend), Medac spot cream (Keith Moon), Charles Atlas (John Entwistle) and Roger Daltrey & Heinz baked beans. The story goes that Roger Daltrey caught pneumonia from sitting in the cold beans for too long.

The Who Sell Out is a bold depiction of the period in which it was made, the tail-end of the “swinging-60s” meets pop-art mixed with psychedelia and straight-ahead pop. It’s a glorious blend of classic powerful Who instrumentation, melodic harmonies, satirical lyrical imagery crystallized for what was only the group’s third album. The album’s ambition and scope is unrivalled by the Who, or any other act from that period.

Within the bold concept, were a batch of fabulous and diverse songs. “I Can See for Miles,” a top ten hit at the time, is a Who classic. “Rael,” a Townshend “mini-opera” with musical motifs that reappeared in Tommy and the psychedelic blast of “Armenia City In The Sky” and “Relax” are among the very best material anyone wrote during the 1960s.

One of the most extraordinary albums of any era, The Who Sell Out is The Who’s last “pop” album. Two years later came Tommy – a double concept album about a deaf, dumb and blind kid.




Pack Shot

Super-Deluxe Edition
• Disc 1 – original mono mix, mono As & Bs and unreleased mono mixes
• Disc 2 – original stereo mix and stereo bonus tracks
• Disc 3 – Studio out-takes, ‘fly-on-the-wall’ versions of early takes of songs from the album sessions, ‘studio chat’ etc. – previously unreleased
• Disc 4 – ‘The Road To Tommy’ will contain stereo mixes of the studio tracks recorded in 1968 – some previously unreleased – plus 1968 As and Bs mono mixes (all tracks remixed from original 4 and 8-track session tapes in The Who vault)
• Disc 5 – 14 of Pete Townshend’s original demos – previously unreleased & exclusive to this set…
Bonus 7” discs:
• Track UK 45 repro:
• Decca USA 45 repro:
• 112 tracks – many unreleased!
• 80-page, hard-back full-colour book, including rare period photos, memorabilia &
• Track annotation and new liner notes by Pete Townshend
• Comments from from Pete Drummond (Radio Caroline DJ), Chris Huston (Talentmasters Studio), Richard Evans (designer), Roy Flynn (Speakeasy Club manager), Arnold Schwartzman (designer) & Andy Neill (Who biographer)
• Nine posters & inserts, including replicas of…
• 20” x 30” original Adrian George poster
• Gig poster – City Hall, Newcastle: The Who, Traffic, Tremeloes etc.
• Saville Theatre 8-page programme.
• Business card for the Bag o’ Nails club, Kingly Street.
• Fan Club photo of group.
• Flyer for Bath Pavilion concerts including The Who.
• Crack-back bumper sticker for Wonderful Radio London.
• Keith Moon’s Speakeasy Club membership card
• Who Fan Club newsletter.