Roger Daltry and Pete Townsend are to release this week their first album in 24 years. Called 'The Endless Wire', it contains 10 new tracks that range from 'rock opera'...

Roger Daltry and Pete Townsend are to release this week their first album in 24 years. Called ‘The Endless Wire', it contains 10 new tracks that range from ‘rock opera' to accoustic. The NY Times says:

The album announces that one of the greatest rock bands of all time is back in business as something more than a touring heritage act. The release also puts the spotlight back on the notoriously spiky partnership that helped bring it into being.

Mr. Daltrey, 62, and Mr. Townshend, 61, are the two surviving members of the founding lineup, after the deaths of their incendiary drummer, Keith Moon, in 1978 and Mr. Entwistle in 2002. And though they seem lately to have attained an uneasy peace in their relationship, it was clear in separate interviews — Mr. Daltrey in a friend’s apartment high above Central Park and Mr. Townshend over the phone from a tour stop in Vancouver — that this hasn’t stopped them from taking the occasional swipe at each other.

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