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The Velvet Underground - White Light/White Heat (45th Anniversary Deluxe Edition) (2013)

14-12-2013, 15:37
Music | Rock



The Velvet Underground - White Light/White Heat (45th Anniversary Deluxe Edition) (2013)


Artist: The Velvet Underground
Title Of Album: White Light/White Heat (45th Anniversary Deluxe Edition)
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: Polydor / Pgd
Genre: Rock
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: VBR
Total Time: 188:13 Min
Total Size: 272 Mb

Tracklist:

Disc 1
1. White LightWhite Heat (Stereo Version) 2:47
2. The Gift (Stereo Version) 8:19
3. Lady Godiva’s Operation (Stereo Version) 4:56
4. Here She Comes Now (Stereo Version) 2:05
5. I Heard Her Call My Name (Stereo Version) 4:38
6. Sister Ray (Stereo Version) 17:31
7. I Heard Her Call My Name (Alternate Take) 4:38
8. Guess I’m Falling In Love (Instrumental Version) (New Remix) 3:33
9. Temptation Inside Your Heart (Original Mix) 2:32
10. Stephanie Says (Original Mix) 2:49
11. Hey Mr. Rain (Version One) (New Remix) 4:39
12. Hey Mr. Rain (Version Two) (New Remix) 5:24
13. Beginning To See The Light (Previously Unreleased Early Version) (New Remix) 3:39

Disc 2
1. White LightWhite Heat (Mono Version) 2:47
2. The Gift (Mono Version) 8:17
3. Lady Godiva’s Operation (Mono Version) 4:55
4. Here She Comes Now (Mono Version) 2:03
5. I Heard Her Call My Name (Mono Version) 4:37
6. Sister Ray (Mono Version) 17:31
7. White LightWhite Heat (Mono Single Mix) 2:48
8. Here She Comes Now (Mono Single Mix) 2:03
9. The Gift (Vocal Version) 8:07
10. The Gift (Instrumental Version) 8:16

Disc 3
1. Booker T. (Live At The Gymnasium New York City April 30th 1967) 6:45
2. I’m Not A Young Man Anymore (Live At The Gymnasium New York City April 30th 1967) 6:16
3. Guess I’m Falling In Love (Live At The Gymnasium New York City April 30th 1967) 4:09
4. I’m Waiting For The Man (Live At The Gymnasium New York City April 30th 1967) 5:27
5. Run Run Run (Live At The Gymnasium New York City April 30th 1967) 6:58
6. Sister Ray (Live At The Gymnasium New York City April 30th 1967) 19:03
7. The Gift (Live At The Gymnasium New York City April 30th 1967) 10:24

The Velvet Underground's White Light/White Heat is one of the most confrontational and inspirational second albums ever made by a rock band. Recorded in a matter of days at the end of the summer of 1967, a season in which everything seemed possible in rock and much of it happened at now-mythic speed, White Light/White Heat is an album that reeks of the gritty NY street life and could only have been made in New York, by one band. And that group is the classic-quartet lineup of The Velvet Underground - singer-guitarist Lou Reed; bassist-organist and viola player John Cale; guitarist-bassist Sterling Morrison; and drummer Maureen Tucker.
The Velvet Underground - White Light/White Heat 45th Anniversary Super Deluxe Edition, is a three-disc, 30-track set featuring both the original stereo and mono releases, completely remastered, with bonus tracks including alternate versions, unreleased outtakes, John Cale's last studio sessions with the band, and the official release of their complete show at The Gymnasium in New York recorded on April 30, 1967, which includes five previously unreleased performances culled from John Cale's personal copy. The Super Deluxe Edition includes four newly prepared remixes, including the earliest known, previously unreleased version of 'Beginning To See The Light,' and previously unreleased versions of 'The Gift (vocal version)' and 'The Gift (instrumental version).' Exclusive to this limited Super Deluxe Edition is a 56 page hard bound book with rare photos, memorabilia and David Fricke Essay/interview with John Cale and Lou Reed from 2013. The 45th anniversary editions were developed in conjunction with Lou Reed and John Cale.
'No one listened to it. But there it is, forever - the quintessence of articulated punk. And no one goes near it.' - Lou Reed, August 2013
'Cited by nearly every group in punk's long lineage and by more than a few arty types, the Velvets defined New York rock, poised between street-level grit and literary irony, rock simplicity and minimalistic drones, clarity and noise.' - The New York Times





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