Who I Am: A Memoir - Act Three: Playing to the Gods, Chapters 21 - 23, 'The Last Drink', 'Still Loony', and 'Iron Man' Summary & Analysis

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Act Three: Playing to the Gods, Chapters 21 - 23, 'The Last Drink', 'Still Loony', and 'Iron Man' Summary and Analysis

By 1981, The Who had survived the Punk movement, but now Punk was giving way to New Romanticism and its offshoots. This was another 'teenybopper' age in which girls once again screamed for good looking musicians. Both Pete and Roger cut their hair and attempted to keep up with modern trends. Pete admits that he was worrying about being left behind, but not yet old enough to let new ideas and fashions pass by. He was still conscious of the need to be cool and to be able to relate to the youth.

Meanwhile, social borders were also beginning to break down, and the world was changing. Pete remembered how things, and...

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