Win all of The Who’s studio albums on vinyl

We have a set of all 11 studio albums on 180 gram vinyl to give away

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The Who have reissued all their studio albums on 180 gram vinyl.

The 11 albums include Quadrophenia – which comes with a reprint of the original pressing’s 22-page booklet – and Endless Wire, which has never been available on vinyl before.

Now it is possible to experience again on vinyl the thrill of the band’s early run of albums – My Generation, A Quick One and The Who Sell Out – before they enter their imperial phase with Tommy, Who’s Next and Quadrophenia. There are jewels further along, too, including the remarkable maturity that they brought to their last studio album to date, Endless Wire.


The albums, released by Universal, are in shops now – and we’re delighted to have one complete set to give away.


To be in with a chance of winning, just tell us the correct answer to this question:

What is the opening track on the band’s debut album, My Generation?

Send your entries to by noon, Friday, April 17, 2015. Please include your full name, address and a contact telephone number.

A winner will be chosen by the Uncut team from the correct entries. The editor’s decision is final.


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The Who’s 11 studio albums are:

My Generation, 1965

A Quick One, 1966

The Who Sell Out, 1967

Tommy, 1969

Who’s Next, 1971

Quadrophenia, 1973

The Who By Numbers, 1975

Who Are You, 1978

Face Dances, 1981

It’s Hard, 1982

Endless Wire, 2006

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