I, for one, wish they wouldn’t bother. Am I alone people!!??!?!

Tracks by Late Who Member May Be on Album
LONDON – The late John Entwistle may be heard on The Who’s next album, the band’s first in 21 years, a band member said Monday.
The band wants to use a bass line Entwistle recorded during rehearsals shortly before the 57-year-old bass player was found dead in his Las Vegas hotel room on June 27, 2002. Coroners determined that he died of a combination of cocaine use and heart disease.
The two surviving band members, singer Roger Daltrey and guitarist Pete Townshend, have hired musicians to fill in for Entwistle and drummer Keith Moon, who died from an accidental overdose in 1978.
“You get an instinct for what their input would have been and I think Pete’s musical ability will write a bass part that would be John’s bass,” Daltrey said Monday in an interview with Virgin Radio.
“We’ve got a rehearsal tape of John playing one of the songs. We are thinking about using it on the album.”
Daltrey, 60, recalled that Entwistle had been in the band for 38 years.
“How can we carry on without John? What is extraordinary is when you get up there and there’s two of us and there’s Pino Palladino on bass, you can still hear John playing because the music is so structured.”