The Who: Lifehouse (1971)
Plenty of fans have compiled their own versions of Lifehouse over the years (and you can find various playlists on Spotify). For my own personal version, I pared it back a little. While songs like "Mary" and "Greyhound Girl" and "Teenage Wasteland" (not to be confused with "Baba O'Riley"), originally intended for Lifehouse, are great, they exist only as Townshend demos, and I find they interrupt the flow when mixed in among the finished Who songs. I also wobbled on whether to include songs recorded after Who's Next which Townshend apparently intended to be part of a future Lifehouse expansion; I omitted most of these as sounding anachronistic alongside the originals, but did include "Put The Money Down" from Sods, which was released as a b-side to "Won't Get Fooled Again" and fits in just fine here.
Otherwise, my version is largely just Who's Next, less John Entwistle's "My Wife" and with a different version of "Behind Blue Eyes" (not a huge fan of the original, so I needed a way to keep it interesting) and the completed Who versions of the remaining Lifehouse tracks. (And, frankly, that "Pure And Easy" wasn't included on Who's Next has always struck me as a crime, as it's better than much of the record.) Though there's some agreement as to Townshend's intended running order, I sequenced my mix in a way that I found flows better (alas, decades of spinning Who's Next left me unable to imagine a record that doesn't open with "Baba O'Riley" and close with "Won't Get Fooled Again"). I also created my own artwork, though fans have shared various other images for the imagined record, some of which are pretty cool, i.e.: