The parties today (Sept. 14) announced the launch of the Who Channel, which will debut Sept. 21 and run for a limited, undisclosed period of time.

The Who recently pulled the plug on live Webcasts of their concerts, but the band is now back on the air thanks to a deal with Sirus Satellite Radio. The parties today (Sept. 14) announced the launch of the Who Channel, which will debut Sept. 21 and run for a limited, undisclosed period of time.

It will feature nightly broadcasts of show's from the Who's just-launched North American tour, plus backstage reports from guitarist Pete Townshend's singer/songwriter girlfriend, Rachel Fuller. In addition, the channel will dip into the Who archives to air previously unreleased live shows and interviews.

The group has also finalized the track list for its new album, "Endless Wire," due Oct. 31 via Universal. A handful of songs from the 19-track set are being performed during the tour, including "Man in a Purple Dress" and "Tea & Theatre."

Here is the track list for "Endless Wire":

"Fragments"
"Man in a Purple Dress"
"Mike Post Theme"
"In the Ether"
"Black Widow Eyes"
"Two Thousand Years"
"God Speaks to Marty Robbins"
"It's Not Enough"
"You Stand By Me"
"Sound Round"
"Pick Up the Peace"
"Unholy Trinity"
"Trilby's Piano"
"Out on the Endless Wire"
"Fragments of Fragments"
"We Got a Hit"
"They Made My Dreams Come True"
"Mirror Door"
"Tea & Theatre"

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