'Who's Next' the album came out in 1971 and considered the bands best LP on MCA records.

The Who began in 1962 with the original band mates Roger Daltrey, Pete Townshend, John Entwistle and Keith Moon.

The Who having released some two dozen albums over a 38 year span which all started in 1965.

What was unique about 'Who's Next' is they the band incorporated the electronic synthesizer enhanced by the studio acoustical engineering that was superior to most.

Initially they toured as The Detours and The High Numbers before calling themselves The Who. No change on destroying their instruments as both bands and known for high energy and very loud.

The Who's early success came from singles they released yet the band focused on concept albums, i.e., 'The Who Sell Out' and 'Tommy.'

The band scored three Top 5 albums between 1965 - 1967. They reached The Top 40 singles chart in 1967 (in the U.S.) with "I Can See For Miles" and "Happy Jack."

The were fully established by 1967 where they performed at The Monterey Pop Festival, Woodstock in 1969 and The Isle Of Wight Festival in 1970. The sold more than 100-million albums,as well as; singles, releasing 57 singles, their catalog included 11 studio albums and 10 Live.

Keith Moon died in 1978, John Entwistle passed in 1982. Still active today Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend. Pete and Roger released an album in 2006 titled 'Endless Wire.'

'Who's Next' a 1971 release considered the most technically advanced album of it's day. featured the electronic synthesizer, the acoustic engineering technique they used provided a deep full quality sound. Even sounded good on AM radio.

The Who's 'Who's Next' full album: