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Who Covers Who?

Who Covers Who?
Studio album by Various artists
Released 12 August 1993 (UK)
29 July 1994 (US)
Genre Rock/Alternative
Length 53:26
Label Cargo/NMC (UK)
Creative Man (US)
Producer Guy Fixsen
Joe Viola
Sean Harvey
Whizz Kids
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Review scores
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allmusic [1]

Who Covers Who? is a tribute album to the rock band The Who. It was released in 1993 in the UK and the following year in the US.

Track listing

  1. "I Can See For Miles" - Hyperhead
  2. "Pictures of Lily" - Ian McLagan & The Bump Band
  3. "The Kids Are Alright" - The Revs
  4. "Bargain" - The Buck Pets
  5. "Boris the Spider" - Mint 400
  6. "The Good's Gone" - The Telescopes
  7. "In the City" - Swervedriver
  8. "Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere" - Alex Chilton
  9. "Substitute" - Blur
  10. "Baba O'Riley" - Hinnies
  11. "Glowgirl" - Mess
  12. "The Good's Gone" (Slight reprise) - The Brilliant Corners


  • Caruzo Fuller - Compiler
  • John Yates - Compiler


  1. ^ Phares, Heather (2013). "Who Covers Who - Various Artists | AllMusic". Retrieved 14 July 2013. 

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