Lou Reed Albums

  • The Raven Album (1/28/2003)
    The Conqueror Worm
    Old Poe
    Edgar Allan Poe
    The Valley Of Unrest
    Call On Me
    The City In The Sea / Shadow
    The Fall Of The House Of Usher
    The Bed
    Perfect Day
    The Raven
    Broadway Song
    The Tell-Tale Heart (Pt. 1)
    Blind Rage
    The Tell-Tale Heart (Pt. 2)
    Burning Embers
    Imp Of The Perverse
    Vanishing Act
    The Cask
    A Wild Being From Birth
    I Wanna Know (The Pit And The Pendulum)
    Science Of The Mind
    Annabel Lee - The Bells
    Hop Frog
    Every Frog Has His Day
    Tripitena's Speech
    Who Am I? (Tripitena's Song)
    Courtly Orangutans
    Guardian Angel

  • Ecstasy Album (4/4/2000)
    Paranoia Key Of E
    Mystic Child
    Modern Dance
    Future Farmers Of America
    Turning Time Around
    White Prism
    Rock Minuet
    Baton Rouge
    Like A Possum
    Big Sky

  • Set The Twilight Reeling Album (2/20/1996)
    Egg Cream
    NYC Man
    Finish Line
    Trade In
    Hang On To Your Emotions
    Sex With Your Parents (Motherfucker) Part II
    The Proposition
    Set The Twilight Reeling

  • Magic And Loss Album (1/14/1992)
    Dorita - The Spirit
    What's Good - The Thesis
    Power And Glory - The Situation
    Magician - Internally
    Sword Of Damocles - Externally
    Goodby Mass - In A Chapel Bodily Termination
    Cremation - Ashes To Ashes
    Dreamin' - Escape
    No Chance - Regret
    Warrior King - Revenge
    Harry's Circumcision - Reverie Gone Astray
    Gassed And Stoked - Loss
    Power And Glory Part II - Magic Transformation
    Magic And Loss - The Summation

  • Songs For Drella Album (7/1/1990)
  • New York Album (10/1/1989)
  • Mistrial Album (10/1/1986)
  • New Sensations Album (10/1/1984)
  • Legendary Hearts Album (10/1/1983)
  • The Blue Mask Album (10/1/1982)
  • Growing Up In Public Album (10/1/1980)
  • The Bells Album (10/1/1979)
  • Street Hassle Album (10/1/1978)
  • Rock And Roll Heart Album (10/1/1976)
  • Lou Reed Live Album (10/1/1975)
  • Coney Island Baby Album (10/1/1975)
  • Rock 'N' Roll Animal Album (10/1/1974)
  • Sally Can't Dance Album (10/1/1974)
  • Berlin Album (10/1/1973)
  • Lou Reed Album (10/1/1972)
  • Transformer Album (10/1/1972)

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    Rock 'n Roll Animal | Reviewer: Anonymous
        ------ About the album Rock 'N' Roll Animal performed by Lou Reed

    A decade or more ago, a stranger told me that a lot of people hate Rock 'n Roll Animal. I was familiar with the record. It is a commercial rock record, a little like one of the live Kiss albums. I'm not an audiophile, but I remember the Lou Reed Rock 'n Roll Animal record for being different from the same songs on the earlier Velvet Underground records. Lou Reed has been at times a semi-comic figure, with rock records such as Sally Can't Dance looking at his role in the sphere of rock music. He's also been a serious commentator, depending on the gravity of his music, between his first LP's with the VU, and later, with records including New York, the city which made him, and for which he is a bit of an unofficial ambassador.
    Last night, a friend posted for me a photo of the cover image for Rock 'n Roll Animal, so I'm encouraged to say a little about it. As a kid getting older, I liked Rock 'n Roll Animal because it seems ferocious, living up to its title. The man in leather, collar, and shaved head sang and danced, accompanied by a backing band. The songs are performances from VU's Loaded, The Velvet Underground & Nico, White Light/White Heat, and Lou Reed's Berlin. It was New York City that originated the Velvet Underground, but at the time of Rock 'n Roll Animal, the first official live rock record by Lou Reed was much better received in Europe than in America, given a cursory look back at interviews given by a bewildered but confident young man with several rock records gaining popularity and a hit Top 20 single two years earlier.
    The artistic sensibilities of Lou Reed are often grounded in urban reality rounded out with optimism for better days. That said, Rock 'n Roll Animal promises none of that. It may be dubious that any social values in the lyrics and music are well-intended, other than making for a good time, but the entertainment factor of the music is excellent, rivaling or bettering contemporary rock music. Controlled arrangements, compared to the earlier music of the VU, and a powerful vocal delivery by the singer, make it a fine record and not something to be detested. There's even a release1 with a couple of extra songs2 from the concert recording. In my humble opinion, I recommend it!
    1 10/01/1974
    2 Caroline Says I, How Do You Think It Feels

    The Berlin Album Cover | Reviewer: Ernie Cefalu
        ------ About the album Berlin performed by Lou Reed

    My name is Ernie Cefalu,
    and I created and designed the "Berlin" cover and libretto. I loved working with Lou he was a real professional and when he received the final package he called me to thank me personally for "the most beautiful" album cover he ever had.He is a great musician and an ever better person.

    I have done 209 covers to date and the "Worlds Largest" and Only original album cover art collection featuring 70 original Drew Struzan's. Please take a minute and check it out at:

    www.originalalbumcoverart.com Thank you - Ernie

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