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5.0 out of 5 stars more great Who material
This is one of the Who albums that many believe shouldn't have been made. It's true that the songs on here lack a bit of energy, especially compared to their early 70's records. But I can't help but think the songs on Face Dances are some of the Who's most well-written and memorable collection of songs.
Hearing Face Dances for the first time you can tell that, by...
Published on March 28 2004 by B. E Jackson

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2.0 out of 5 stars The "new" Who - you won't recognize them
"Face Dances" (1981) was a much anticipated album by The Who. Fans and observers were very anxious to hear their first release in three years, mainly because this album would introduce a new member to the group: Kenney Jones was selected to replace the late, great Keith Moon on the drums. This was a controversial selection - Roger Daltrey did not want Jones as their...
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1.0 out of 5 stars This is NOT the Japanese import version, Sept. 22 2002
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smokeyjoe "smokeyjoe41" (Portland, Oregon United States) - See all my reviews
This review is from: Face Dances (Remst) (Audio CD)
I ordered this and returned it twice in the past two months - it is not the Japanese version is the miniature album sleeve, but the same MCA version that can be found in any store, and it DOES still have the glitches and skips in It's In You. The have not been corrected.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Not worth it, Dec 6 1999
This review is from: Face Dances (Remst) (Audio CD)
There is no point in buying any Who albums from the 80's. Keith Moon is gone, and the fire that the band had together is no more. The Who are still the greatest band, but this was definitely not one of their greatest moments. Skip it.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Some songs are very good, Dec 1 2012
This review is from: Face Dances (Remst) (Audio CD)
You wont listen it much compare to live at lleeds, quadrophenia or who's next? If youre a fan it's ok to buy it !
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5.0 out of 5 stars this who album requires no apologies, June 22 2004
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D. Pike "DP" (the Mojave Desert, Calif.) - See all my reviews
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Face Dances means a lot to a lot of people, here's why:
1. the songwriting: superb
2. musicianship: amazing
3. timeliness: right on right now
4. production and aesthetics: stellar (thanks Jon Astley)
5. value: to some, priceless
i wish i could have the opportunity to work on a album of this magnitude someday.
...another tricky day...just another tricky day for The Who...they'll get through...
regards,
DP
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