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|1. Crazy Feeling|
|2. Charley's Girl|
|3. She's My Best Friend|
|5. A Gift|
|6. Ooohhh Baby|
|7. Nobody's Business|
|8. Coney Island Baby|
|9. Nowhere At All|
|10. Downtown Dirt|
|11. Leave Me Alone|
|12. Crazy Feeling|
|13. She's My Best Friend|
|14. Coney Island Baby|
No one knew what to expect from Lou after Sally Can't Dance and the perplexing Metal Machine Music . What they got was the best batch of Lou Reed songs in years, and this edition adds unissued bonus rehearsal tracks cut in '75 with VU bassist Doug Yule! They join the title classic; Kicks; Crazy Feeling , and the rest of this timeless rock gem.
This album is the greatest ever made by Lou Reed.
Here you can hear that this guy is not only someone who can make (sometimes beautiful) noise, but has great musical... Read more
This is probably Reed's most atypical solo album and at first sounds lightweight and subdued, laking the great moments, drama and exciting highlights of his best work. Read morePublished on Oct. 27 2002 by Peter Uys
Released in 1975, this is my favorite Lou Reed album. I like it better than Transformer from 1972 which contains the hit Walk on the Wildside. Read morePublished on April 7 2001 by Captain America
what a brilliant piece of work. This album is like a fine wine, it just keeps on getting better with age. Every song is a perfect gem... Read morePublished on June 2 2000
"Coney Island Baby" is an amazing creation. It is the most unexpected piece of work. The song begins with Lou Reed rapping about football, and ends with him shouting... Read morePublished on March 20 2000 by skylark_79
emotional highs and strange vibes...
his best work of note for commercial and modern times. you will enjoy the wrapped warpings
After "Metal Machine Music," Lou Reed came back with what is probably his best, most accessible and most unified album of his solo career. Read morePublished on Oct. 17 1999