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  1. Tauzil

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    I Don't Even Know Myself This song is by Pete Townshend and appears on the compilation album Lifehouse Chronicles (). There's nothing in the way I walk That can tell you where I'm going.
  2. Faecage

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    Lifehouse Chronicles is a box set released in by Pete Townshend with the focus of the box being the formerly "abandoned" Lifehouse rock opera. The set contains song demos by Pete Townshend; including solo versions of " Baba O'Riley ", " Won't Get Fooled Again ", and " Who Are You ", and the Lifehouse Radio Program.
  3. Vilkree

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    Listen free to Pete Townshend – Lifehouse Chronicles (Teenage Wasteland, Goin' Mobile and more). 78 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at .
  4. Nill

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    Lifehouse Demos The long awaited Lifehouse is finally released. Pete started this project in Some of this material ended up on THE WHO'S albums such as; Who's Next, Quadrophenia, Odds And Sods, The Who By Numbers, and Who Are You. The songs entitled I Don't Know Myself also known as I Don't Even Know Myself, Join Together and Relay, did not make it on any of these albums.
  5. Voodooshakar

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    I don't know myself, how can you know me?'" This song was released as the B-side to " Won't Get Fooled Again." Pete Townshend included his original demo on his solo album Lifehouse Chronicles. >> This song was first recorded at Pete Townshend's own Eel Pie Studio in and was often played in concert during >>.
  6. Maut

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    Album Peak chart positions Notes AUS US; The Best of Pete Townshend — — Features new song "Uneasy Street". Lifehouse Chronicles — — Box set Lifehouse Elements — — Sampler of Lifehouse Chronicles. Jai Baba — — Box set of Happy Birthday, I Am, and With Love. Scooped — — Compilation featuring excerpts from.
  7. Duzragore

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    Lifehouse often made references in his own work, such as on his Psychoderelect album in Townshend eventually released The Lifehouse Chronicles boxset in , consisting of his original demos of the project from and later, his synthesizer experimentations, orchestral renditions of the songs and a radio play based on Lifehouse.
  8. Bazilkree

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    Pete Townshend's version, on this CD, is an introverted song of self-loathing, vulnerability, and inadequacy. While this version uses many of the same "building blocks" of The Who's version, it has been completely re-arranged/5(39).

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