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    The album features several guest singers on backing vocals, namely Pete Townshend on "Substitute," Sebastian Bach on "Out of Time" and Traci Lords on "Somebody to Love." According to Johnny Ramone, while he considered Townshend "one of the greats and one of my guitar heroes", Townshend was a half an hour late for his session ...

  2. Pete Townshend – coros en 2 Traci Lords – coros en 5 Producción Peter Beckerman: Ingeniero Asistente Todd Gallopo: Diseño Diego Garrido: Ingeniero Asistente Bryce Goggin: Ingeniero Asistente Scott Hackwith: Mezclador, Productor Jack Hersca: Ingeniero Asistente Scott Hull: Mastering Gary Kurfirst: Productor Ejecutivo Rojo: Ingeniero Asistente

  3. Ramones - Acid Eaters Lun, 10/09/2018 - 23:54 194 01. Journey To The Center Of The Mind 02. Substitute 03. Out Of Time 04. The Shape Of Things To Come 05. Somebody To Love 06. When I Was Young 07. 7 and 7 Is 08. My Back Pages 09. Can’t Seem To Make You Mine 10. Have You Ever Seen The Rain? 11. I Can’t Control Myself 12. Surf City 13.

  4. 1 de dic. de 1993 · About “Acid Eaters”. Acid Eaters is the thirteenth studio album by the Ramones and the second of the 90’s. It is completely composed of covers, nearly all of them originally from the 60’s.

  5. 14 de nov. de 2011 · Pete Townshend - The Acid Queen (Live At Bush Hall, 2011) TheWho. 424K subscribers. Subscribe. 95K views 11 years ago. Music video by Pete Townshend performing The Acid Queen (Live At Bush...

  6. 8 de abr. de 2011 · Pete Townshend - The Acid Queen - YouTube. Pete Townshend as Roger Daltrey's guest of honour performing a song from the who's classic 1969 album Tommy at the royal albert hall for teenage...

  7. Pete Townshend. Peter Dennis Blandford Townshend ( / ˈtaʊnzənd /; born 19 May 1945) is an English musician. He is the co-founder, leader, guitarist, second lead vocalist and principal songwriter of the Who, one of the most influential rock bands of the 1960s and 1970s.