BhindBluEyes430;692379 said:Do you mean the movies or the actual albums? I dident like either movies. but I def enjoy Tommy better as an album. its more upbeat and energetic. It was made in 1967 no other band had created something that complex before. The first Rock operaAltho many Who fans dissagree and say Quadraphenia is better. BTW the movie isent that good go listen to the live versions or watch their performances at wood-stock of the songs. They remade almost all the songs for the movie and ruined it with the other people singing.I just dont like the wall the music is very depressing and the story is hard to followAnd the Wall movie is pretty much 1984 remade into a movie with the songs behind it
a21schizoidman;692397 said:its the movies
BhindBluEyes430;692415 said:oh then I might go with pink floyd because I really dident like the Tommy movie, no-matter how awesome Jack Nicholson is, And i did like orwells 1984, I just thought the Wall movie was really just seemd like a Dark trippy movie. Walking Hammers AHHH
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HPLabonte;692480 said:I'm a huge Who fan, and Tommy is my 2nd least favorite Who album, (2nd to Face Dances), However, I like The Wall even less than that.Quadrophenia is the greatest Rock Album, thus making it the greatest Rock Opera, and Concept album.What the heck are you talking about?
a21schizoidman;692499 said:ahem, as stated earlier, this is about the MOVIESTommy guest starred:Eric ClaptonTina TurnerJack NicholsonElton JohnArthur Brown
WingsOfSteel;692518 said:If it was about the albums, I'd vote The Wall just for Hey You, but I haven't seen the movies, so I'm just gonna stay out of this one.
l-o-t;777630 said:Holy Hell! Tommy is winning? That's good I voted for it! I'm sure the Wall is fine I just haven't heard/seen all of it yet. Tommy is genius though. And gets props for being the first proper Rock Opera. The Who invented it.
a21schizoidman;692562 said:lol, Hey You isnt even in the movie
RockBandRocker;785432 said:they cut the "f**king flowers" during "Empty Spaces/What Shall We Do Now?"