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Iggy Pop, Members Of The Kinks To Appear On Who Tribute Album 'Who Are You'

Iggy Pop, Members Of The Kinks To Appear On Who Tribute Album 'Who Are You'

A who's-who (sorry) of music celebrities are slated to appear on a new tribute album dedicated to the Who, obviously titled Who Are You. The 16-track album comes out October 2 and features Iggy Pop, members of the Kinks, the Raveonettes, Todd Rundgren, members of Judas Priest and Deep Purple, Ginger Baker from Cream, and a number of other random artists, perhaps truly reflecting the Who's wide-ranging appeal. The tribute precedes Pete Townshend's highly-anticipated autobiography Who Am I, which comes out October 11. The full track listing for the tribute album is below. Too bad Louis CK isn't on this thing. [NME]

1. 'Eminence Front' featuring John Wetton (Asia); KK Downing (Judas Priest), Derek Sherinian (Black Country Communion)
2. 'Baba O'Riley' featuring Nektar, Jerry Goodman (Mahavishnu Orchestra)
3. 'I Can See For Miles' featuring Mark Lindsay (Paul Revere And The Raiders) and Wayne Kramer (MC5)
4. 'Love Reign O’er Me' featuring Joe Elliott (Def Leppard), Rick Wakeman, Huw Lloyd-Langton (Hawkwind) and Carmine Appice (Vanilla Fudge)
5. 'My Generation' featuring Knox (Vibrators); Dave Davies (The Kinks) and Rat Scabies (The Damned)
6. 'The Kids Are Alright' featuring The Raveonettes
7. 'Won't Get Fooled Again' featuring Sweet
8. 'Anyway Anyhow Anywhere' featuring Todd Rundgren and Carmine Appice
9. 'I Can't Explain' featuring Iggy Pop
10. 'Behind Blue Eyes' featuring Pat Travers
11. 'Magic Bus' featuring Peter Noone (Herman’s Hermits), Peter Banks (Yes) and Ginger Baker (Cream)
12. 'Who Are You' featuring Gretchen Wilson and Randy Bachman (Bachman-Turner Overdrive)
13. 'Pinball Wizard' featuring Terry Reid, Mike Pinera (Blues Image), Brad Gillis (Night Ranger)
14. 'Squeeze Box' featuring John Wesley (Porcupine Tree) and David Cross (King Crimson)
15. 'Bargain' featuring .38 Special, Ted Turner (Wishbone Ash) and Ian Paice (Deep Purple)
16. 'The Seeker' featuring Joe Lynn Turner and Leslie West (Mountain)

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