Uncut - 8/00, p.1024 stars out of 5
- "...A sense of fun and experimentation is the guiding principle as he dips into trad jazz, troubadour melancholy, classical avant-garde and rockabilly mayhem..."
Like SCOOP, this is a collection of demos and experiments.
Due to the success of the 1983 Pete Townshend demo compilation, SCOOP, a follow-up was issued in 1987, appropriately titled ANOTHER SCOOP. Like its predecessor, this double-album's worth of rare Townshend solo demos serves as an interesting insight into the genius of Pete Townshend. Highlights include such familiar Who favorites as "Pictures of Lily," "Substitute," "Christmas," and "You Better You Bet," as well as the obscurities "Call Me Lightning," "La-La-La-Lies," and others. Though not as exceptional as its predecessor, ANOTHER SCOOP is still highly recommended for the serious Who/Townshend fan.