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Face Dances is the ninth studio album by English rock band The Who. It was released in 1981 on Warner Bros. Records in the United States (it was the band’s first release on that label) and on Polydor Records in the United Kingdom. It was one of two Who studio albums with drummer Kenney Jones, who had replaced Keith Moon after his death three years earlier.
Despite middling reviews from Rolling Stone and other critics, Roger Daltrey went on record saying he liked this album in a 1994 interview. Some critics, notably in the Boston Globe in a review in April 1981, said it was the Who’s best album since 1973’s Quadrophenia.
The album peaked at #4 on the US Billboard album charts (the chart topper was Styx’s Paradise Theatre) and #2 on the UK album charts.
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Song lines: ♪ Cache, cache ... There ain't no bears in there ... Not a single bear in there ♫
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