The Who: Earls Court, London
Sylvie Simmons, Rolling Stone (Germany), November 1995
ROCK MUSIC wed never have believed it if theyd told us back then has grown up. What was once dicks and fists has brains and neuroses and lines on its face. Pete Townshend has finally felt safe to come out as the therapy-seeking, guru-following, social-commentating, serious grown-up that he really always was (even back then, the much-quoted hope I die before I get old line aside) and reclaim The Who for himself.
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