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Ecstasy Import


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  • Audio CD (April 4 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Reprise
  • ASIN: B00004S4P9
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (61 customer reviews)

1. Paranoia Key Of E
2. Mystic Child
3. Mad
4. Ecstasy
5. Modern Dance
6. Tatters
7. Future Farmers Of America
8. Turning Time Around
9. White Prism
10. Rock Minuet
11. Baton Rouge
12. Like A Possum
13. Rouge
14. Big Sky


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By Pieter Uys HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on Oct. 25 2008
Format: Audio CD
This edition of the 1999 album Ecstasy includes a second disc, a live album recorded at a festival in London.

The mid-tempo rocker Paranoia Key of E opens the album, closer to his talking than his singing style, a love song of dreams & nightmares. On the next, Mystic Child, he sings! Impressive guitar work with stylistic shifts, an urgent beat and passionate vocals make it great.

Mad, about domestic strife, has an interesting, jazzy arrangement, whilst the title track, contrary to its title, is a subdued number in slow tempo, giving impressions of New York with some personal reminiscences. Another song in this style is Tatters - poetic lyrics but not much of a tune.

Modern Dance is a ballad, mostly tender but containing highly melodic segments with driving guitars over a lilting beat. As the song progresses, lovely backing vocals join in to make it sublime. The fierce Future Farmers of America blazes like a comet over the hitherto mostly quiet landscape. Once again Lou sings, the guitars roar and the melody is gripping and memorable.

Then comes one of Reed's most delicate and melancholy songs, Turning Time Around. This one is in the league of Perfect Day and Satellite of Love. What a magical composition with its tender tune, stirring lyrics and sensitive delivery! O by the way, it's about how to properly designate love & mentions Harry, family, lust and the heart's hieroglyphic.

Rock Minuet is a tour de force, a sort of short Street Hassle for the late 1990s.
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By A Customer on April 3 2004
Format: Audio CD
"Mad", "Ecstacy", "Tattered", 3 of the best Lou Reed songs ever, and they're all right here on this album alongside other invaluable treasures. I was fortunate enough to see Lou live a very short while after this album was released. Luckily, I had bought the album and became very familiar with it. He basically played this entire album and then a few encores at the end. I honestly think there were about 10 people in the audience who enjoyed the show because they didn't know any of this new stuff he was playing. I just sat there and smiled and watched one of the best concerts I had ever seen, and I've seen Pink Floyd, the Stones, and The Who, among many others. If you like "Walk on the Wild Side", and "Sweet Jane", because you hear them on the radio, don't bother with this album, it probably won't do anything for you. If however, the word "classic" means not how much it's played on the radio, but rather, if the music really connects with you in some way, then by all means get this album, I guarantee you will not regret it. Again, I honestly feel that this may be Lou's finest album ever, this coming from the man who did "Berlin" and "Transformer".
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Format: Audio CD
If you know you like latter-day Reed, you ought to buy this. I did, after listening to Magic & Loss about a thousand times, and I find this to be even better as it takes on really tougher emotional territory (can be a bit edgey to listen to), moves through more subtle variations in music and contains one of those true over the side masterpieces that make an album worth buying anyway, Like a Possum. Reed's way too old and the song's way too long to ever become a classic except for people who dig in. The title piece is a brilliant, self-contained and hard-edged piece of Brazilian rock. The rest goes all over the place, but almost all of it (it dips a bit in the middle) gets behind you and pushes, energizes. In the best tradition of Lou Reed, the lyrics and beats both toy with and threaten the banal, the bathetic, and somehow get delivered with just the right energy that informs with the power of the emotionally raw. Where the line is between the raw and bathos probably is more a matter of the listener's quality of attention than anything else, but mine, apparently, is right for this music. If you've been traditionally able to let Reed move you, I'd buy this one RIGHT NOW. I love it, and my marriage doesn't even suck.
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By M. Aranda on April 22 2003
Format: Audio CD
With the total stereo separation between the guitar tracks, "Possum Day" sounds like Metal Machine Music slowed down. Not a bad thing, not a good thing. Just thought I would throw this out there. I'm still getting aquanted with this album, so maybe more later.
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Format: Audio CD
I was VERY disapointed with this record when i put it on. Lou has experienced something of a renaisance in past years. from the mid 80s which saw a very tired MOR approach from the once cutting edge rock and roller he re-emerged as the wise man sage of New York to release a string of some of his finest work. Set the twilight reeling and MAGIC AND LOSS are two of his finest pieces. But then there is this. what a stale dirge of a record. the music is plodding and dull. the voice sounds tired and out of shape. I cannot sit through this in one sitting. it just sounds put together for the sake of releasing something. The only song on this record which is worth buying this record for is BATON ROUGE. irony of irony that one of Lou's most beautiful songs, one of his most emotive and poignant songs is buried in a poo sandwhich. Baton Rouge has Lou singing in a tired but FEELING way, the old man looking at his life with a bittersweet regret. its kinda the sequel to Coney Island Baby in its tone I guess. Its a 5 star song on a 2 star record so i split the difference and gave the lp 3 stars. Im sorry. I really do LOVE Lou. He is one of the greatest artists of the 20th century. I WANTED to like this record. But i just CANT.
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