[Kronomyth 2.0] Two by Four.
[Kronomyth 3.0] Jingles all the way, oh what fun it is to ride with The Who.
[Kronomyth 5.01] Wizards and Dogs.
The first real rock opera and the gold standard for every great concept album that came after, from Lamb Lies Down to The Wall.
[Kronomyth 5.0] Live Out Loud.
[Kronomyth 5.2] Tommy’s curtain call.
[Kronomyth 5.9] Fool Play.
[Kronomyth 6.0] Pee is for Perfect.
[Kronomyth 6.1] Dr. Jeykll and Mr. Hide
Accept no substitute. These swingin’ singles justify every noisy experiment, outlandish concept, or kinky kompliment that gummed up their early albums. Singlehandedly. Because…
[Kronomyth 7.5] Fiddling about.
[Kronomyth 9.0] The Bits Are Alright.
[Kronomyth 1.0] Moonie’s motobravura.
[Kronomyth 10.5] Do you think it’s alright to leave the boy with Cousin Kenny?
[Kronomyth 2.0] Odds and Sods from an Old Pair of Mods, with Nods to the Bods That Made Them Gods.