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It's Hard

The Who

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1
Athena
The Who
3:48
2
It's Your Turn
The Who
3:41
3
Cooks Country
The Who
3:50
4
It's Hard
The Who
3:46
5
Dangerous
The Who
3:20
6
Eminence Front
The Who
5:40
7
I've Known No War
The Who
5:59
8
One Life's Enough
The Who
2:21
9
One At A Time
The Who
3:03
10
Why Did I Fall For That
The Who
3:25
11
A Man Is A Man
The Who
3:56
12
Cry If You Want
The Who
4:44
13
It's Hard (Live)
The Who
5:29
14
Eminence Front (Live)
The Who
5:55
15
Dangerous (Live)
The Who
3:41
16
Cry If You Want (Live)
The Who
7:05
Total Playing Time    69:43
Billboard 200 - #8, 1982
UK Albums Chart - #11, 1982
Billboard Hot 100 - #28, 1982 - Athena

"... their most vital and coherent album since Who's Next ..."
- Rolling Stone

It's Hard, The Who's last original release to feature bassist John Entwistle, was released in 1982 to coincide with what was billed as The Who’s farewell tour of North America. The single Athena broke into the top 30 in the US while Eminence Front remained a staple in The Who's live shows for years after its release. It's Hard would turn out to be the band's final studio album until 2006. This reissue includes four live bonus tracks recorded in Toronto in 1982.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Geffen Studio Masters

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