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Who (album)

Who is the twelfth studio album by the English rock band The Who, released on 6 December 2019. In January 2019, The Who confirmed that they were working on their first album of new material in 13 years, due to contain "dark ballads, heavy rock stuff, experimental electronica, sampled stuff and Who-ish tunes that began with a guitar that goes yanga-dang", as Townshend stated; as with previous Who albums, vocalist Roger Daltrey and guitarist Pete Townshend recorded their parts of Who separately."Ball and Chain", released as the first single on 13 September 2019, is a re-recording of a Pete Townshend solo song called "Guantanamo", released on his 2015 compilation Truancy: The Very Best of Pete Townshend. A second song, "All This Music Must Fade" was released as a single on 3 October 2019 and a third, "I Don't Wanna Get Wise" received a release on Spotify and iTunes in November 2019; the album will be supported by their Moving On! Tour. "Got Nothing to Prove", one of the Deluxe edition bonus tracks, was recorded as a demo in 1966, but was discarded by their manager and producer Kit Lambert due to lack of emotional resonance in the lyrics.

"Sand" another early demo from 1966 is included on the Japan edition of the album as a bonus track. "Got Nothing to Prove" was offered to Jimmy James and the Vagabonds, who declined it. The album debuted at #2 on the U. S. Billboard 200 album chart for the week ending 21 December 2019; the album cover was designed by pop artist Peter Blake whose work includes the band's Face Dances and The Beatles' Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band album covers, it is a patchwork of 25 squares: 22 squares showing different coloured images placed around three squares forming the word "WHO" in the centre of the album cover. The 22 squares depict some of the band's influences and symbols of their career and culture: The Union Jack flag A red Routemaster bus A Royal Air Force roundel Baked beans A pinball machine The band's 1979 The Kids Are Alright release advertisement poster featuring lead guitarist Pete Townshend on stage about to smash his Gibson Les Paul guitar, with the classic caption "This guitar has seconds to live."

A scooter The band's 1981 Face Dances cassette edition album cover. A traffic sign reading "Detour", the fourth track on the album and a reference to the band's earlier name, The Detours. All songs written by Pete Townshend except. Adapted from compact disc liner notes and online liner notes. Pete Townshend: guitars, backing vocals, lead vocals, percussion, synthesizer tracks, cello, hurdy-gurdy, orchestration Roger Daltrey: lead vocals Pino Palladino: bass Zak Starkey: drums Simon Townshend: percussion Dave Sardy: percussion, synthesizer programming Joey Waronker: drums Benmont Tench: organ, mellotron Gus Seyffert: bass Carla Azar: drums Matt Chamberlain: drums Josh Tyrrell: handclaps Rowan McIntosh: handclaps Martin Batchelar: programming, orchestra arrangement, orchestra conducting Rachel Fuller: orchestration Peter Rotter: orchestra fixer Bruce Dukov: orchestra leader Andrew Synowiec: acoustic guitar Gordon Giltrap: acoustic guitar Fergus Gerrand: percussion

Boom, Belgium

Boom is a Belgian town, located in both the arrondissement and province of Antwerp. On 1 January 2006 Boom had a total population of 16,096; the total area is 7.37 km² which gives a population density of 2,185 inhabitants per km². Residents are known as "Boomenaars". Since 2005, Boom has hosted the annual electronic dance music event Tomorrowland. Recorded history of this community started in the late 1300s; the population increase in Boom occurred some time during the 19th century. In Boom, people venerate a miraculous statue of our lady of Boom. Boom is located between three big cities, is situated along the Rupel river; because of the presence of clay around Boom, the region is well known for and has many clay pits and brick factories. Peter Dens, Catholic theologian. Egidius Aerts and composer Bobbejaan Schoepen, singer-songwriter and art whistler, he was an actor and founder of the Bobbejaanland amusement park in Belgium. Herbert Flack, actor. Luc Van der Kelen, journalist at Het Laatste Nieuws.

Roland Van Campenhout, musician. Bavo Claes, former news anchor. Glen De Boeck, football player and coach. Bjorn Vleminckx, football player. Kevin Seeldraeyers, cyclist. Mano Mundo: worldmusic festival in De Schorre. Tomorrowland: EDM World-famous and largest Dance Music festival in the world, that 2 million people have attended since its 2005 launch. Feria Andaluza: Spanish festival in De Schorre. K. Rupel Boom F. C.: Football club playing in the Belgian Third Division. Kangeroes Boom: Basketball club playing in the second division. Braxgata: Hockey club playing in the first division. Hockey club of the year by the European Hockey Federation in 2009. Fudji Yama Boom-Niel-Schelle: Judo club, founded in 1958 Boom municipality official website