Teenage Cancer Trust show sees the band run through 'Quadrophenia'

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[b]The Who[/b] were joined onstage Pearl Jam‘s Eddie Vedder and Kasabian‘s Tom Meighan when performed their rock opera album [b]’Quadrophenia'[/b] in its entirety in [b]London[/b] last night (March 29).

The gig, in aid of the Teenage Cancer Trust, took place at the [b]Royal Albert Hall[/b].

Taking to the stage at 9pm (GMT), [b]Roger Daltrey[/b] and [b]Pete Townshend[/b] were joined by [b]Zak Starkey[/b] on drums, [b]Simon Townshend[/b] on guitar and [b]Pino Palladino[/b] on bass.

[b]Pearl Jam[/b] frontman [b]Vedder[/b] joined the band onstage to duet on [b]’The Punk And The Godfather'[/b], returning later for [b]’I’ve Had Enough'[/b], reports NME.COM.

[b]Kasabian[/b] singer [b]Meighan[/b] – wearing a silver mod suit in a nod to the [b]Ace Face[/b] character played by [b]Sting[/b] in the film adaptation of Quadrophenia – came on stage later during [b]’I’ve Had Enough'[/b] to add further vocals.

Later in the set, [b]Townshend'[/b] played [b]’Drowned'[/b] acoustically while [b]Daltrey[/b] returned to the stage to begin [b]’Bell Boy'[/b], with [b]Meighan[/b] appearing at the back of the stage after the first verse to sing the late [b]Keith Moon[/b]’s vocal parts.

Although they refrained from much onstage banter during the gig, the band were joined by their guest vocalists at the end of the gig, with [b]Townsend[/b] thanking the additional performers.

[b]The Who[/b] played:

[b]’I Am The Sea’
‘The Real Me’
‘Quadrophenia’
‘Cut My Hair’
‘The Punk And The Godfather’
‘I’m One’
‘The Dirty Jobs’
‘Helpless Dancer’
‘Is It In My Head’
‘I’ve Had Enough’
‘5:15’
‘Sea And Sand’
‘Drowned’
‘Bell Boy’
‘Doctor Jimmy’
‘The Rock’
‘Love Reign O’er Me'[/b]

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