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Roger Daltrey
   has been a vocalist in   
The Who
Keith Moon
   has played drums in   
The Who
Zak Starkey
   has played drums in   
The Who
Son of Ringo Starr
Pete Townshend
   has played guitar in   
The Who
John Bundrick
   has played keyboards in   
The Who
John Entwhistle
   played bass guitar in   
The Who
The Who
   has/have a tribute band called   
Substitute
Who has a tribute band called Substitute? The Who has a tribute band called Substitute, that's who.
The Who
   released the single   
I Can See For Miles
1967; peaked at #9 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100; included in Rolling Stone magazine's "500 Greatest Songs of All Time"
The Who
   had a U.S.A. hit with   
Won't Get Fooled Again
The Who
   released the album   
A Quick One (1966)
The Who
   released the album   
Tommy (1969)
The Who
   released the album   
Quadrophenia (1973)
The Who
   released the album   
Who's Next (1971)
The Who
   come from   
The U.K.
Summertime Blues
   was covered by   
The Who
1970. Originally recorded by Eddie Cochran (1958)
The Who
   released the album   
The Who Sell Out (1967)
The Who
   was in the episode   
A Tale of Two Springfields
As themselves
"Tommy"
   was released by   
The Who
1969 - inducted in 1998
"Who's Next"
   was released by   
The Who
1971 - inducted in 2007
My Generation
   was released by   
The Who
1966 - inducted in 1999; #11 on Rolling Stone magazine's "500 Greatest Songs of All Time"
Out
   is missing from the title of   
The Who Sell ___
The Who (1967)
The Who
   released the single   
I Can't Explain
1965; included in Rolling Stone magazine's "500 Greatest Songs of All Time"
The Who
   released the single   
My Generation
1965; #11 on Rolling Stone magazine's "500 Greatest Songs of All Time"; inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 1999
The Who
   released the single   
Baba O'Riley
1971; a.k.a. "Teenage Wasteland"; non-single; included in Rolling Stone magazine's "500 Greatest Songs of All Time"
The Who
   released the single   
Squeeze Box
1975; iconic tune that peaked at #10 on the Billboard Hot 100; lasting popularity
The Who
   released the single   
Who Are You
1978; peaked at #14 on the Billboard Hot 100; lasting popularity
The Who
   released the single   
Won't Get Fooled Again
1971; peaked at #15 on the Billboard Hot 100; included in Rolling Stone magazine's "500 Greatest Songs of All Time"
The Whole Of The Moon
   featured   
Red Army Blues
1998
The Full Monty
   means   
The Whole Lot
The Whole Of The Moon
   featured   
She Is So Beautiful
1998
Bill Bryson
   said   
"The Whole of the Global Economy is Based on Supplying the Cravings of Two Per Cent of the World's Population."
Kit and Caboodle
   means   
The Whole Thing
Vidna is Kremlya Vsya Sovetskaya Zemlya.
   means   
The Whole Soviet Country is Visible from the Kremlin.
Moral: The government sees all.
The Whole _____ Yards
   contains the number   
Nine
Murder on the Orient Express (1974)
   has the tagline   
The Who's Who in the Whodunnit!
Shmeer
   means   
To Spread As in to "shmeer" Butter on Bread. Can Also Mean to Bribe and Can Refer to the "whole Package" As in I'll Accept the Whole Shmeer
Gandhi (1982)
   contains the line   
"An Eye for an Eye Only Ends up Making the Whole World Blind."
J. Krishnamurti
   said   
"In Oneself Lies the Whole World and if You Know How to Look and Learn, then the Door is There and the Key is in Your Hand. Nobody on Earth Can Give You Either the Key or the Door to Open, Except Yourself."
You Are The World
The Whole Kit and Caboodle
   means   
The Entire Thing






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