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7. The Who

The Who did everything they could to stuff an entire two-hour concert into 12 minutes. The result was a medley of hits that won't exactly rival Live at Leeds as the greatest concert moment in the band's history, but it was nonetheless an enjoyable performance. It's very hard to go wrong with "Baba O'Riley," "See Me Feel Me" and "Won't Get Fooled Again" – they've been anchoring the band's shows for over 40 years. The performance was supposed to kick off a world tour, but Pete Townshend's hearing problem flared up and everything got pushed back about two years. They're on tour right now performing Quadrophenia

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