Band: The Velvet Underground
Release Date: July 1987
Music Genre: Punk Rock Garage Rock
Label: Warner Special Products
Release Country: United States
Record Type: 10 Tracks CD Album Reissue
Famous rock'n roll group from New York. Well known for Andy Warhol's artwork and often cited as one of the most important and influential groups of their era. Inducted into Rock And Roll Hall of Fame in 1996 (Performer) Original members: Lou Reed (b. 2 March 1942 - d. 27 October 2013): Vocals, Guitar, Piano John Cale (b. 9 March 1942): Vocals, Electric Viola, Organ, Bass Guitar Sterling Morrison (b. 29 August 1942 - d. 30 August 1995): Vocals, Guitar and Bass Guitar Maureen Tucker (b. 26 August 1944): Percussion Angus MacLise was the original drummer, but did not officially record with the band.
|1||Who Loves The Sun||2:46|
|3||Rock & Roll||4:40|
|4||Cool It Down||3:04|
|6||Head Held High||2:58|
|7||Lonesome Cowboy Bill||2:44|
|8||I Found A Reason||4:16|
|9||Train Round The Bend||3:21|
|10||Oh! Sweet Nuthin'||7:23|
Released in a longbox containing a standart jewelcase with a 4 page booklet.
All the selections are by The Velvet Underground
All songs published by Oakfield Avenue Music Ltd. BMI
℗1987 Warner Special Products
©1987 Warner Special Products
Printed in U.S.A.
Made In U.S.A.
Mastering for Compact Disc: Atlantic Studios
CD reissue of the 1970 LP.
Moe Tucker is credited with drums, but is now known to have not played on the album.
Three songs, Track 2, "Sweet Jane" (printed 3:55, disc 3:18), Track 3, "Rock & Roll" (printed 4:47, disc 4:40) and Track 5, "New Age" (printed 5:20, disc 4:39) are edited as they were on the original LP release. Full-length versions of these tracks were released in 1995 on Peel Slowly And See, in 1997 on the Fully Loaded edition of Loaded and, most recently, on the 2015 45th anniversary edition, Loaded. In all cases, the full-length or long version of "New Age" was between 5:07 and 5:10, not the 5:20 that has been printed on all releases of Loaded since its first release in 1970.