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Roger Daltrey Expects 'Voice Will Go' Within The Next Five Years

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The Who frontman Roger Daltrey expects his "voice will go" within the next five years.

"Obviously within the next five years I think my voice will go," Daltrey told Billboard. "Age will get it in the end." But he quickly adds, "It's still there at the moment."

Daltrey is currently working on a new Who album along with bandmate Pete Townshend. The new album would be a follow-up to 2006's Endless Wire.

Last year, Daltrey released his first new solo album in 26 years, As Long As I Have You, and a memoir, "Thanks A Lot, Mr. Kibblewhite."

Daltrey says the new album "is turning out really much better than I ever thought it could be." He says there are nine tracks "that are absolutely fabulous," some of which will also be orchestrated.

"It's typical Townshend," Daltrey says. "He's still got the bite and that knack of creating songs with the earworm that climbs into you. How it fits in the modern market I don't know, but I don't care. I know inside me it's good stuff."

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