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'Loads and loads of dust': The Who delivers a dry retread at Desert Trip

It was bound to happen eventually. After two nights of strong performances by the likes of Paul McCartney and the Rolling Stones, time finally caught up with one of the classic-rock acts at Desert Trip when the Who opened the festival’s final evening with an uninspiring set that felt like little...
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