The Who — Baba O'Riley
Album: Who's Next
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8.7

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Released: 1971
Length: 5:06
Plays (last 30 days): 1
Out here in the fields
I fight for my meals
I get my back into my living
I don't need to fight
To prove I'm right
I don't need to be forgiven

Don't cry
Don't raise your eye
It's only teenage wasteland

Sally, take my hand
We'll travel south cross land
Put out the fire and don't look past my shoulder
The exodus is here
The happy ones are near
Let's get together before we get much older

Teenage wasteland
It's only teenage wasteland
Teenage wasteland, oh yeah
Teenage wasteland
They're all wasted
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 Segue wrote:
Has to be 10. Epic. 

 
I CONCUR
 hayduke2 wrote:
IMMORTAL MOON  : )

 
bump
To me a STRONG 8 - Most Excellent  almost 9
Received this automated e-mail today from RadioParadise that I've been receiving every six months for years now, one of those things I forget about until the email notice from RP arrives but am always happy to see:

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Has to be 10. Epic. 
To me 8 - Most Excellent
Absolutely enjoy listening to this track.. always{#Guitarist}. Happy New Year people!   
 n                    
You are killing me with this mix and pics tonite, Bill! Keep killing, please!
 easmann wrote:

This is a fairly common comment on these boards. It's true, there are plenty of songs getting overplayed on other stations. Folks who complain about that could stop listening to those stations. I did years ago and highly recommend it. It's allowed me to enjoy again a number of songs that I thought were lost to me from overexposure. Peace. 

 
Ditto here.  Really enjoyed hearing this song pop up and gave me a chance to appreciate it's brilliance and power all over again.
The beauty, the power, the glory all lost. They sold it.
IMMORTAL MOON  : )
 Wardleader wrote:
To all of the people who are burned out in Innagoddadavida, Freebird, Layla etc etc.   Try reading a book.  If you are old enough to get burned out on this so called overplayed song, maybe you just over listen.  Take a break.   Spend a few years here.   Maybe take up a watching a popular sports from yr couch.  Then come back to The Who.  Variety is the spice of life.   Repetition to death is only good for memorizing the Periodic Table of Elements or multiplication tables.  And then of course, long term marriages.  But that is another story.

 
Well said!  The Who's greatest song.  Roger and Pete's best duet.   IMMORTAL
To all of the people who are burned out in Innagoddadavida, Freebird, Layla etc etc.   Try reading a book.  If you are old enough to get burned out on this so called overplayed song, maybe you just over listen.  Take a break.   Spend a few years here.   Maybe take up a watching a popular sports from yr couch.  Then come back to The Who.  Variety is the spice of life.   Repetition to death is only good for memorizing the Periodic Table of Elements or multiplication tables.  And then of course, long term marriages.  But that is another story.
Was listening to one of the rock channels on Sirius and it had a snippet from Pete mentioning the fact that he had been listening to a lot of Philip Glass and Terry Riley. You can definitely hear the minimalist influence with the keyboard drone.
still reminds me to "Think Bike"!
 hschlossberg wrote:
This used to be a great song.  It probably still is.  But classic rock radio has overplayed it for so many years, I really wish RP didn't.  Burned out.
easmann wrote:

This is a fairly common comment on these boards. It's true, there are plenty of songs getting overplayed on other stations. Folks who complain about that could stop listening to those stations. I did years ago and highly recommend it. It's allowed me to enjoy again a number of songs that I thought were lost to me from overexposure. Peace. 

 
Great reply, easmann!  I 100% agree with your approach, as FM radio has to sell ads and in order to do so they have a formula on what to play when, etc.  BillG and RebeccaG DO NOT have to satisfy advertisers (only us hopefully supporting listeners) and while I understand not wanting to hear suchnsuch - you really can't satisfy EVERYONE always.  And like you said, the best way to deprogram our ears from hearing the CLASSICS and thinking "that's been overplayed" is to just stop going there.  And then when a great tune comes on here it's a welcome event. 

LONG LIVE RP!!  Wish I had more $$ to send your way BillG....soon my 17 y/o will be graduated and I'll have a bit more disposable income to dispose of here {#Hug}


The definite test for my brand new 50 W speakers.

Approved!


But oh that hair!!

treatment_bound wrote:
Rog never did find his way over to the backstage dessert cart.

Image result for roger daltrey

 


 SquiddlyDiddly wrote:

*insert joke here*

 
Why did the cannibal get kicked out of school?
Because he was always buttering up the teachers