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.

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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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