The Who to achieve first ever No. 1 single?

Campaign to get this month's Uncut cover stars to the top of the charts

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A Who fan has started an internet campaign to help his favourite band attain their first No.1 single.

The Get The Who To Number 1 Campaign is asking all Who fans to rectify the fact that the band have never topped the charts, despite a career spanning five decades, by buying the track “Baba O’Riley” in the week commencing November 16, 2009.

For more info click here.

The Who are current Uncut magazine cover stars! Get the latest issue to find out about The Who’s 30 Greatest Tracks – with interviews with Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey amongst others. On sale now.

Incidentally, “Baba O’Riley” ranks at No.6 in our poll…

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