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#21 mcatrn

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Posted October 23, 2018 - 07:54 PM

"Sure, Horton hears the music, but you have to listen to get the music."

-Pete Townshend



#22 MrPrezident

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Posted October 23, 2018 - 11:50 PM

"Sure, Horton hears the music, but you have to listen to get the music."

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#23 ejthedj

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Posted October 24, 2018 - 02:24 AM

Tim Horton's?!!! :P


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#24 PilgriM80

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Posted October 24, 2018 - 09:33 AM

4 legs i am guessing



#25 nsw1-6

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Posted October 25, 2018 - 12:05 AM

HERE YE!!
HERE YE!!
yay verily!

I have received notice from the Men-of-Acton, with a further indication of this Friday's Festivities
 

These tracks for the date are two-score old plus five,
 
Strings and synths pad the album's core drive
 
Instrumental or vocalized, the selection combines both
 
Topped with yellow seats, receipts - returning soaked
 
Four themes repeat throughout, all relatable
 
Once released, the album is halfway playable
 
 
 
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#26 Harrug

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Posted October 25, 2018 - 12:27 AM

Quadrophenia is 45 years old (which I believe is two-score plus five), and the four themes repeating throughout could allude to the four main themes throughout the album, one for each member of The Who.  "The album is halfway playable" could reference the fact it is a double album?  And of course there are two completely instrumental tracks ("instrumental or vocalized").  I may be totally off-mark here, but this is all I can think about based on the original picture and the speculation of others.  I really hope it is, because Quadrophenia is very close to being my favorite album of all time!






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