"Quadrophenia" is a landmark rock album by The Who, released in 1973. This concept album tells the story of a disillusioned young mod navigating the challenges of adolescence and identity. With tracks like "The Real Me" and "Love, Reign o'er Me," "Quadrophenia" showcases The Who's powerful instrumentation, emotional depth, and Pete Townshend's introspective songwriting. The album's epic soundscapes and complex narrative captivate listeners, reflecting the era's youth culture and social turmoil. "Quadrophenia" remains a timeless masterpiece, exploring themes of rebellion, self-discovery, and the search for meaning. Immerse yourself in the sonic journey of "Quadrophenia" and experience The Who's artistic brilliance.
As a huge fan of iconic artist Keith Haring, I reimagined what it would be like if he had designed the artwork for some of the most influential albums ever made, Keiths 12 inch collection was born!
Each Album cover is Giclee printed onto 300 gram Snowdon art paper
LTD to 20 prints
Signed and numbered
Comes in presentation box with certificate of authenticity or Framed in 16 inch box frame with white mount