Just to make a radical move and pull this thread briefly back on-topic, I did a quick comparison of the new Polydor mono CD and the old MCA mono "The Who Sings My Generation" (the Canadian CD, coincidentally!). My initial thought is to give the MCA the edge because of clarity and detail, two words I know aren't usually associated with this recording, but in comparison the Polydor does seem to lack some definition on the higher frequencies. I''m guessing the copy tape used for the new CD was further removed from the master than the copy tape used by MCA for the old CD. If the Polydor and the MCA shared a common tracklist I'd without doubt stick with the MCA. On the positive side, with thus new CD on the market there is at least now a cheap alternative to the Japanese masterings of the British tracklist of My Generation. Just one more thing. The rear cover inlay attempts to replicate the rear cover of the original LP, but here the group photos look like photocopies and Roger Daltrey's name is spelt as Roger Dultrey. I've seen bootlegs with better quality reproductions of the original artwork of this album than Polydor have managed to produce for this CD.