The Who Provide First New Material in 22 Years

1982 was the last time there was any new recorded Who material. Until now, that is. The London rock gods will issue Then and Now! 1964-2004 next month and filed in amongst the bandís myriad hits like ìI Canít Explain,î ìSubstitute,î ìWonít Get Fooled Again,î and ìMy Generation,î are two newbies, ìOld Red Wine,î and ìGood Looking Boy.î Ringo Starrís son and longtime Who replacement sticksman Zak Starkey provides drums on the new tracks, while guitarist Pete Townshendís brother Simon features as well, according to Billboard. Look for Then
and Now! 1964-2004
on March 30 courtesy of Geffen Records.

Tracklisting for Then and Now! 1964-2004

ìI Can't Explainî

ìMy Generationî

ìThe Kids Are Alrightî


ìI'm a Boyî

ìHappy Jackî

ìI Can See for Milesî

ìMagic Bus
ìPinball Wizardî

ìSee Me, Feel Meî

ìSummertime Blues' (live)
ìBehind Blue Eyesî

ìWon't Get Fooled Againî


ìLove, Reign O'er Meî

ìSqueeze Boxî

ìWho You Areî

ìYou Better You Betî

ìReal Good Looking Boyî

ìOld Red Wineî

The Who Provide First New Material in 22 Years