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June 04, 1995

SMALL FACES: With an expanded version of the Who's "Live at Leeds" album received well by critics and fans, and similarly supplemented versions of "The Who Sell Out" and "A Quick One" due June 20, Pete Townshend is at work on a new version of the "Who's Next" album, selecting unreleased tracks to complement the 1972 landmark. . . .

R&B singer Teddy Pendergrass is planning his first concert tour since the 1982 auto accident that left him a quadriplegic. He says the comeback was inspired by Michael Jordan, who returned to basketball on Pendergrass' 45th birthday, wearing uniform number 45. . . .

Candlebox, the Seattle band whose rookie album sold more than 3 million copies for Madonna's Maverick label, is finishing its second effort, due Aug. 22. . . . Boston's Letters to Cleo follows up its hit contribution to the "Melrose Place" tie-in album with its major-label debut album, "Wholesale Meats and Fish," due in August. . . .

A date and lineup has been set for the L.A. stop of this summer's edition of the H.O.R.D.E. tour. The package trek will be at the Cal State Dominguez Hills Velodrome on Sept. 2, headlined by the Black Crowes and featuring Blues Traveler, Ziggy Marley, Wilco and G. Love & Special Sauce. . . .

Faith No More keyboardist Roddy Bottum is completing an album with his side-project band, Imperial Teen, a partnership with Sister Double Happiness' Lynn Perko.

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