Science & Faith is the second studio album by Irish "arenaband" The Script, and when it came out the fall 2010 it went straight into the number one spot on the Irish and British chart. This time they changed production team and decided to do a lot themselves with help from the former "aor/westcoast"-hero Steve Kipner who got a huge sense for strong melodies and a good clean sound. The album is nice, but it is also very clean and "polite". It doesn't really grab you as a listener. It feels more as a companion when you want a nice evening at home reading a book. Take a mix of the Coldplay-era of X&Y, spice that with some Snow Patrol-vibes and add a touch of OneRepublic and you have the taste... Good - yes. Revolutionary - not.
The Who were originally called The Detours, then changed their name to The Who after a suggestion by Townsend´s friend Richard Barnes. Their first manager, Pete Meaden, renamed them The High Numbers, and they released one unsuccessful single, Zoot Suit, under that name. When EMI dropped them the band sacked Pete Meaden and went back to being called The Who.
It is said another possible reason was because of Peter Townshend´s grandmother, who would always refer to popular bands as "The Who?" mainly because of hard hearing.