UMC / UMe / Polydor will reissue The Who‘s 1967 concept album The Who Sell Out with a super deluxe edition containing 46 never-before-released recordings and more when it arrives this spring on April 23rd.

Announced last week, the forthcoming reissue of the band’s third album will come on 2CD, 2LP, 2 colored LP, and the super deluxe edition box set spread out over seven discs along with an 80-page hardcover book containing rare photos from that era, memorabilia, track annotation, and new liner notes written by guitarist Pete Townshend and others.

Additionally, the 112-track super deluxe edition will come with the album’s original mono mix, stereo mix, studio outtakes and early takes of songs from the original recording sessions, 14 of Townshend’s original demos which have never been shared publicly, and a pair of 7″ singles containing an early mono mix of “I Can See for Miles” and original U.K. single mix of “Someone’s Coming” on one, and “Magic Bus” (US/UK mono)  and “Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde” (original US Decca single mix) on the other.

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Some of the special memorabilia to be included in the super deluxe edition includes a 20” x 30” original Adrian George poster, concert posters and flyers, a bumper sticker, a membership card to Keith Moon’s Speakeasy Club, and more.

A three-track EP containing Townshend’s demos for “Pictures of Lily”, “Kids! Do You Want Kids”, and “Odorono” was shared to streaming platforms to go with Friday’s album announcement. Stream the three previously-unheard recordings via the Spotify player below.

The Who – The Who Sell Out [Pete Townshend Demos]

The Who Sell Out Super Deluxe Edition Reissue Announcement

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Click here for album pre-order options on the band’s website.

The Who–which is led by Townshend and singer Roger Daltrey these days–returned to news headlines in 2020 with the release of the band’s first studio album of new material in 14 years with WHO. The band had plans to continue their MOVING ON! Tour into the 2020 spring months, but those North American dates were shelved with the arrival of COVID-19.