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Two-hundred bucks for The Who? What?

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Eight reasons tickets for The Who’s Nov. 13 concert at the Delta Center are priced as high as $200:

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8. It’s still cheaper than Rolling Stones tickets, and Roger Daltry remembers the words to the songs. Maybe.

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7. They’ve run out of high-demand music to license as CSI themes; a heavily discounted “You Better You Bet” will kick off the new CSI: Pocatello.

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6. No corporate tour sponsor after “Net Nanny Presents The Who” negotiations fell through.

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5. The Who haven’t released one of their “best-of” cash-cow albums in, like, months.

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4. To offset high Utah gas prices, Gov. Jon Huntsman Jr. will personally chauffer you to the concert.

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3. On the downside, he’ll make you listen to his band’s CD on the way.

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2. Baby boomers will pay extra to see a rock band older than they are. Laugh it up'you’re next, Gen-Xers.

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1. Thanks to the Delta Center’s acoustics, you’ll be able to hear the show at least as well as Pete Townsend.

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