This is the most complete portrait of the band to date, with a exhaustive overhaul of their own opinions, interviews and media announcements. With the help of a leading team of critics, we follow the band from their beginnings as The High Numbers, through studio and TV performances to the Isle Of Wight Festival in 1970 and beyond. We look as The Who struggled to maintain some kind of cohesion with the tragic death of Keith Moon. This set was written by serious music fans, for serious music fans, in this comprehensive review. Included in this fantastic set is a 48 page biography of the band, with a critics analysis of every studio album to date.