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Tom Lehrer - Who's Next - oldest Wikipedia version

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Published on Oct 1, 2007

http://www.amazon.com/Tom-Lehrer-Coll...

Use the above link and get the uninterrupted Lehrer TV-performance and The Tom Lehrer Collection from Amazon.com.

http://www.shoutfactorystore.com/prod...

If you live in the United States you can also buy the collection from Shout! Factory, using the above link.

http://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/tom...

Use the above link to buy Tom Lehrer's songs on iTunes.

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The channel now has a NEW version of this song with Tom Lehrer's verbal intro and no Wikipedia quotes. Visit the channel's front page. This version is the earliest posted version from 2007.

"Who's Next" is unfortunately still a hot topic today. Iran will maybe have the bomb ready before South Africa? The Wikipedia list of states with nuclear weapons will no doubt continue to grow.

Lehrer said "OK" to "The Tom Lehrer wisdom channel" on YouTube, as long as the performance is not altered and as long as it's free in the YouTube flash video format.

Click on the user name and visit the channel's front page. And here is a link to a NEW channel support page:

http://home.broadpark.no/~emeyn/tl/

© Tom Lehrer

Recording date: September 11th 1967
Format: Ampex Quadruplex PAL 4:3
Status: A very rare recording
Storage: Sony Digital Betacam
Production and preservation: The Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation - the NRK, Norway. More here:

http://www.nrk.no/informasjon/about_t...

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