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Watch The Who's "Quadrophenia: Live in London" Concert Video Sunday on AXS TV Prior to Its Tuesday Release

Universal Music EnterprisesThe new Who concert video Quadrophenia: Live in London capturing the U.K. rock legends performing their classic 1973 rock opera during the finale of their 2013 tour hits stores on Tuesday, but AXS TV subscribers will have the chance to watch it a little sooner.  The high-definition network will premiere the show on Sunday at 8 p.m. ET.

Quadrophenia: Live in London was recorded at Wembley Arena on July 8, 2013, the last date of the band's Quadrophenia and More Tour.  It features The Who playing the album in its entirety, followed by an encore set of some of the group's best-known tunes, including "Who Are You," "Pinball Wizard," "Baba O'Riley" and "Won't Get Fooled Again."

The release will be available in a variety of configurations, including a deluxe box set featuring a high-def Blu-ray and a standard DVD of the concert film, a two-CD soundtrack of the 2013 show, a Blue-ray audio disc boasting a 5.1 surround-sound mix of the 1973 Quadrophenia album, a booklet and collectible memorabilia.  In addition, the Blue-ray and the DVD of the concert video, the double-CD soundtrack and the 1973 Quadrophenia Blue-ray audio disc all will be sold separately.  Digital versions of the 2013 concert video and album also will be available.

The Who has been posting a series of teaser clips from Quadrophenia: Live in London that you can check out now at the band's official Facebook page.  Also, a video showing the group playing the full title track of the album is being shown exclusively at

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