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The Velvet Underground Discography

The Velvet Underground fue una banda de rock formada en Nueva York en la década del 60. Aunque nunca alcanzó el éxito comercial, es una de las bandas de rock más influyentes de la historia y posee un intenso culto, a pesar de haber durado pocos años.

Fue una de las primeras bandas en experimentar con la forma e incluir influencias avant-garde y, especialmente, el ruido de guitarras que los hizo definir el uso del noise dentro del rock.

http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Velvet_Underground





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Contains all 5 studio albums + 2 live albums and 2 compilations



The Velvet Underground & Nico: 45th Anniversary Super Deluxe Edition (1967) [2012, UICY-75343]

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Forty-fifth anniversary box set release from The Velvet Underground & Nico featuring the latest remastering. Set consists of 6 discs includes 29 unreleased tracks in a 92-page hardcover book packaging with a sticker of banana. Japanese edition features the high-fidelity SHM-CD format (compatible with standard CD player). The set includes both stereo and mono versions of the album "The Velvet Underground & Nico" (Disc 1-2), as well as Nico's 1967 solo debut CD "Chelsea Girl" (Disc 3), a studio session at Scepter Studio recorded to acetate, and unreleased recording footage from rehearsal at Andy Warhol's Factory in January 1966 (Disc 4), and a live show from Columbus, Ohio (Disc 5-6).

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The Velvet Underground - The Velvet Underground & Nico (1967) [MFSL UltraDisc II UDCD 695] Repost

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One would be hard-pressed to name a rock album whose influence has been as broad and pervasive as The Velvet Underground & Nico. While it reportedly took over a decade for the album's sales to crack six figures, glam, punk, new wave, goth, noise, and nearly every other left-of-center rock movement owes an audible debt to this set. While The Velvet Underground had as distinctive a sound as any band, what's most surprising about this album is its diversity. Here, the Velvets dipped their toes into dreamy pop ("Sunday Morning"), tough garage rock ("Waiting for the Man"), stripped-down R&B ("There She Goes Again"), and understated love songs ("I'll Be Your Mirror") when they weren't busy creating sounds without pop precedent. Lou Reed's lyrical exploration of drugs and kinky sex (then risky stuff in film and literature, let alone "teen music") always received the most press attention, but the music Reed, John Cale, Sterling Morrison, and Maureen Tucker played was as radical as the words they accompanied. The bracing discord of "European Son," the troubling beauty of "All Tomorrow's Parties," and the expressive dynamics of "Heroin" all remain as compelling as the day they were recorded. While the significance of Nico's contributions have been debated over the years, she meshes with the band's outlook in that she hardly sounds like a typical rock vocalist, and if Andy Warhol's presence as producer was primarily a matter of signing the checks, his notoriety allowed The Velvet Underground to record their material without compromise, which would have been impossible under most other circumstances. Few rock albums are as important as The Velvet Underground & Nico, and fewer still have lost so little of their power to surprise and intrigue more than 40 years after first hitting the racks.

by Mark Deming

Tracklist:

01. Sunday Morning (2:57)
02. I'm Waiting For The Man (4:40)
03. Femme Fatale (2:39)
04. Venus In Furs (5:11)
05. Run Run Run (4:22)
06. All Tomorrow's Parties (5:59)
07. Heroin (7:13)
08. There She Goes Again (2:41)
09. I'll Be Your Mirror (monophonic) (2:14)
10. The Black Angel's Death Song (3:14)
11. European Son (7:50)
12. All Tomorrow's Parties (alt. mix) (5:58)

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The Velvet Underground - White Light/White Heat (1968) [2009, UICY-93896]

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The world of pop music was hardly ready for The Velvet Underground's first album when it appeared in the spring of 1967, but while The Velvet Underground and Nico sounded like an open challenge to conventional notions of what rock music could sound like (or what it could discuss), 1968's White Light/White Heat was a no-holds-barred frontal assault on cultural and aesthetic propriety. Recorded without the input of either Nico or Andy Warhol, White Light/White Heat was the purest and rawest document of the key Velvets lineup of Lou Reed, John Cale, Sterling Morrison, and Maureen Tucker, capturing the group at their toughest and most abrasive. The album opens with an open and enthusiastic endorsement of amphetamines (startling even from this group of noted drug enthusiasts), and side one continues with an amusing shaggy-dog story set to a slab of lurching mutant R&B ("The Gift"), a perverse variation on an old folktale ("Lady Godiva's Operation"), and the album's sole "pretty" song, the mildly disquieting "Here She Comes Now." While side one was a good bit darker in tone than the Velvets' first album, side two was where they truly threw down the gauntlet with the manic, free-jazz implosion of "I Heard Her Call My Name" (featuring Reed's guitar work at its most gloriously fractured), and the epic noise jam "Sister Ray," 17 minutes of sex, drugs, violence, and other non-wholesome fun with the loudest rock group in the history of Western Civilization as the house band. White Light/White Heat is easily the least accessible of The Velvet Underground's studio albums, but anyone wanting to hear their guitar-mauling tribal frenzy straight with no chaser will love it, and those benighted souls who think of the Velvets as some sort of folk-rock band are advised to crank their stereo up to ten and give side two a spin.

by Mark Deming

Tracklist:

01. White Light/White Heat (2:49)
02. The Gift (8:21)
03. Lady Godiva's Operation (4:58)
04. Here She Comes Now (2:05)
05. I Heard Her Call My Name (4:40)
06. Sister Ray (17:34)

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The Velvet Underground - White Light/White Heat (1968) [MFSL UltraDisc II UDCD 724] Repost

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Tracklist:

01. White Light/White Heat (2:49)
02. The Gift (8:21)
03. Lady Godiva's Operation (4:58)
04. Here She Comes Now (2:05)
05. I Heard Her Call My Name (4:40)
06. Sister Ray (17:34)

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The Velvet Underground - The Velvet Underground (1969) [2009, UICY-93897]


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Upon first release, the Velvet Underground's self-titled third album must have surprised their fans nearly as much as their first two albums shocked the few mainstream music fans who heard them. After testing the limits of how musically and thematically challenging rock could be on Velvet Underground & Nico and White Light/White Heat, this 1969 release sounded spare, quiet, and contemplative, as if the previous albums documented some manic, speed-fueled party and this was the subdued morning after. (The album's relative calm has often been attributed to the departure of the band's most committed avant-gardist, John Cale, in the fall of 1968; the arrival of new bassist Doug Yule; and the theft of the band's amplifiers shortly before they began recording.) But Lou Reed's lyrical exploration of the demimonde is as keen here as on any album he ever made, while displaying a warmth and compassion he sometimes denied his characters. "Candy Says," "Pale Blue Eyes," and "I'm Set Free" may be more muted in approach than what the band had done in the past, but "What Goes On" and "Beginning to See the Light" made it clear the VU still loved rock & roll, and "The Murder Mystery" (which mixes and matches four separate poetic narratives) is as brave and uncompromising as anything on White Light/White Heat. This album sounds less like the Velvet Underground than any of their studio albums, but it's as personal, honest, and moving as anything Lou Reed ever committed to tape.

by Mark Deming

Tracklist:

01. Candy Says (4:04)
02. What Goes On (4:55)
03. Some Kinda Love (4:03)
04. Pale Blue Eyes (5:41)
05. Jesus (3:25)
06. Beginning To See The Light (4:41)
07. I'm Set Free (4:09)
08. That's The Story Of My Life (2:00)
09. The Murder Mystery (8:56)
10. After Hours (2:08)

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The Velvet Underground - Loaded (1970) [1997, Atlantic Recording, 8122-72563-2]

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After The Velvet Underground cut three albums for the jazz-oriented Verve label that earned them lots of notoriety but negligible sales, the group signed with industry powerhouse Atlantic Records in 1970; label head Ahmet Ertegun supposedly asked Lou Reed to avoid sex and drugs in his songs, and instead focus on making an album "loaded with hits." Loaded was the result, and with appropriate irony it turned out to be the first VU album that made any noticeable impact on commercial radio -- and also their swan song, with Reed leaving the group shortly before its release. With John Cale long gone from the band, Doug Yule highly prominent (he sings lead on four of the ten tracks), and Maureen Tucker absent on maternity leave, this is hardly a purist's Velvet Underground album. But while Lou Reed always wrote great rock & roll songs with killer hooks, on Loaded his tunes were at last given a polished but intelligent production that made them sound like the hits they should have been, and there's no arguing that "Sweet Jane" and "Rock and Roll" are as joyously anthemic as anything he's ever recorded. And if this release generally maintains a tight focus on the sunny side of the VU's personality (or would that be Reed's personality?), "New Age" and "Oh! Sweet Nuthin'" prove he had hardly abandoned his contemplative side, and "Train Around the Bend" is a subtle but revealing metaphor for his weariness with the music business. Sterling Morrison once said of Loaded, "It showed that we could have, all along, made truly commercial sounding records," but just as importantly, it proved they could do so without entirely abandoning their musical personality in the process. It's a pity that notion hadn't occurred to anyone a few years earlier.

by Mark Deming

Tracklist CD1:

01. Who Loves The Sun (2:46)
02. Sweet Jane (full-length version) (4:09)
03. Rock & Roll (full-length version) (4:46)
04. Cool It Down (3:06)
05. New Age (long version) (5:10)
06. Head Held High (2:58)
07. Lonesome Cowboy Bill (2:45)
08. I Found A Reason (4:18)
09. Train Round The Bend (3:23)
10. Oh! Sweet Nuthin' (7:30)
11. Ride Into The Sun (demo) (3:24)
12. Ocean (outtake) (5:45)
13. I'm Sticking With You (outtake) (3:09)
14. I Love You (demo) (2:05)
15. Rock & Roll (alt. mix) (4:44)
16. Head Held High (alt. mix) (2:16)

Tracklist CD2:

01. Who Loves The Sun (alt. mix) (3:08)
02. Sweet Jane (early version) (5:29)
03. Rock & Roll (demo) (4:45)
04. Cool It Down (early version) (4:18)
05. New Age (full-length version) (5:42)
06. Head Held High (early version) (2:54)
07. Lonesome Cowboy Bill (early version) (3:18)
08. I Found A Reason (demo) (3:15)
09. Train Round The Bend (alt. mix) (4:40)
10. Oh! Sweet Nuthin' (early version) (4:13)
11. Ocean (demo) (6:10)
12. I Love You (outtake) (2:55)
13. Satellite Of Love (alt. demo) (3:20)
14. Oh Gin (demo) (2:57)
15. Walk And Talk (demo) (3:00)
16. Sad Song (demo) (3:41)
17. Love Makes You Feel Ten Feet Tall (demo) (4:12)

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The Velvet Underground - Squeeze (1974) [16bit/44KHz Vinyl Rip}

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Not as bad as you might think doesn’t seem like high praise, but when it comes to Squeeze -- the album Doug Yule released under the Velvet Underground’s name after the departure of Lou Reed -- it kind of is. Commonly regarded as an opportunistic, misguided disaster, a boneheaded attempt to carry on the legendary Velvets sound without any of the original members, the reputation of Squeeze is nothing short of abysmal -- but the thing about that reputation is that it comes from people who have never heard the album. Most people have never heard the album -- it’s been buried and rarely heard, so it’s been accepted as common knowledge that it’s awful and the truth is, it’s not. Now, it’s not great, it may not even be good, and in many ways, it is indeed a bit of a sacrilege to what Lou, John, Sterling, and Mo created, a comparison Doug Yule courts by going out of his way to create a commercial rewrite of Loaded, almost following its flow and topics track by track. The plagiarism is shameless -- and also misguided, because if nobody bought Loaded in the first place, who would want a glossy version of it? -- but it’s also the charm of Squeeze because Yule and his studio cats, headed by Deep Purple drummer Ian Paice, do create something that’s a square, cheerful knock-off of Loaded, containing none of the depth or innovation, but a little bit of its sunny swing. That’s hardly enough to make it unfairly maligned -- after all, it doesn’t just ride the coattails of VU’s legacy but deliberately co-opts their achievement -- but it’s listenable, something its reputation never suggests, and in a way, it’s almost fun to hear Yule ape Reed, provided that such shameless mimicry does not offend your sensibilities.

by Stephen Thomas Erlewine

Tracklist:

01 Little Jack 3:25
02 Crash 1:21
03 Caroline 2:33
04 Mean Old Man 2:51
05 Dopey Joe 3:05
06 Wordless 3:02
07 She'll Make You Cry 2:44
08 Friends 2:38
09 Send No Letter 3:13
10 Jack And Jane 2:57
11 Louise 5:37

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The Velvet Underground Live with Lou Reed (1969) [2009, UICY-93898/9]


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Sadly, outside of a handful of audience tapes of extremely variable fidelity, no one thought to make a live recording of The Velvet Underground during their 1967-68 peak period with John Cale prodding Lou Reed into remarkable flights of noise-rock fancy. However, in 1969 a VU fan who was a recording engineer brought a reel-to-reel tape machine to two shows the band played during an engagement at a club in Dallas called The End of Cole Avenue; a few months later, the band played The Matrix in San Francisco, where a tape machine had been installed into the hall's sound system, and the band was allowed to record their set. Five years later, long after The Velvet Underground had collapsed and Lou Reed's solo career was on the rise, Mercury Records compiled highlights of the Dallas and San Francisco tapes into a two-record set, 1969: Velvet Underground Live, and it is without question the best (legally-released) document of this band's considerable strengths as a live act. While they were a somewhat more sedate band with Doug Yule on bass rather than Cale, they still had plenty of life left in them at this stage of the game; there are few voyages into the sonic unknown here, but Lou Reed and Sterling Morrison had matured into one of rock's most potent guitar combinations, Maureen Tucker was as distinctive a drummer as anyone who picked up a pair of mallets, and with Doug Yule at her side they comprised a truly superb rhythm section. Sounding tight, confident, and passionate on every cut, this set finds the band visiting highlights from all four of their studio albums, as well as a handful of previously unreleased numbers. From the delicacy of "New Age" and "I'll Be Your Mirror" to the rave-up energy of "What Goes On" and "White Light/White Heat," 1969: Velvet Underground Live captures the many sides of their musical personality with commendable skill, and while it isn't their best album, it's one of the best places for a beginner to explore their body of work.

by Mark Deming

Tracklist CD1:

1. Waiting For My Man
2. Lisa Says
3. What Goes On
4. Sweet Jane
5. We're Gonna Have A Real Good Time Together
6. Femme Fatale
7. New Age
8. Rock And Roll
9. Beginning To See The Light
10. Heroin

Tracklist CD2:

1. Ocean
2. Pale Blue Eyes
3. Heroin
4. Some Kinda Love
5. Over You
6. Sweet Bonnie Brown - It's Just Too Much
7. White Light/White Heat
8. I Can't Stand It
9. I'll Be Your Mirror

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The Velvet Underground - Live MCMXCIII (1993) [Sire/Warner Bros., 9362-45464-2]

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If you stepped out on your back porch one morning and saw Pegasus contentedly munching your crabgrass shortly before taking flight, you'd sound a bit churlish if you pointed out that his figure-eight was not perfectly executed. Similarly, in 1992 the prospect of Lou Reed, John Cale, Sterling Morrison, and Maureen Tucker burying the collective hatchet and mounting a concert tour as the Velvet Underground seemed only marginally more likely than the previous scenario, so perhaps the most remarkable thing about this live document of the briefly reunited VU performing for a wildly enthusiastic crowd in Paris is that it exists at all. Anyone hoping for a hi-fi re-creation of this band's astounding 1966-1968 live shows is pretty much out of luck; Live MCMXCIII is short on exploration of the outer limits of noise, and long on tightly paced songs, with all of the "hits" featured prominently. What's more, Reed often seems to be having a hard time with his vocals, Cale's singing makes him sound like an especially pretentious veteran of the Old Vic, and Morrison should have spent a bit more time wood-shedding before taking the stage for the first time in two decades. But when they come together, with Tucker's always-steady beat behind them, something remarkable happens -- they become the Velvet Underground, perhaps older and a bit worse for wear, but still sounding like one of the greatest rock bands of all time, and when the spirit is with them, they can still make the earth shake. Neophytes and the casually interested should check out 1969: Velvet Underground Live instead, but for longtime fans, Live MCMXCIII is an enjoyable and unexpectedly moving performance, as four of rock's unsung heroes take one last stroll through the songs that made them belatedly famous...and finally get the ovations they deserve.

by Mark Deming

Tracklist CD1:

01. We're Gonna Have A Real Good Time Together (3:15)
02. Venus In Furs (5:20)
03. Guess I'm Falling In Love (3:09)
04. After Hours (2:41)
05. All Tomorrow's Parties (6:37)
06. Some Kinda Love (9:06)
07. I'll Be Your Mirror (3:06)
08. Beginning To See The Light (4:59)
09. The Gift (10:34)
10. I Heard Her Call My Name (4:38)
11. Femme Fatale (3:23)

Tracklist CD2:

01. Hey Mr. Rain (15:42)
02. Sweet Jane (5:21)
03. Velvet Nursery Rhyme (1:32)
04. White Light/White Heat (4:22)
05. I'm Sticking With You (3:23)
06. The Black Angel's Death Song (4:12)
07. Rock & Roll (6:13)
08. I Can't Stand It (4:21)
09. I'm Waiting For The Man (5:15)
10. Heroin (10:00)
11. Pale Blue Eyes (6:15)
12. Coyote (5:26)

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The Velvet Underground - VU (1985) [2009, UICY-93900]

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Composed principally of songs that would have appeared on the Velvet Underground's unreleased fourth MGM album, this is only slightly less impressive than their first three LPs, striking a balance between the searing pre-punk of their first two efforts and the calm eloquence of the third. "Lisa Says," "Ocean," and "Stephanie Says" are some of Lou Reed's greatest ballads; "I Can't Stand It" is one of the Velvets' toughest and best conventional hard rock songs. Some of the other tunes are slight (if engaging) in comparison with the Velvets' prime work. Many of the tracks were re-recorded by Reed on his early solo albums, and in every instance, the Velvets' versions are better.

by Richie Unterberger

Tracklist:

01. I Can't Stand It
02. Stephanie Says
03. She's My Best Friend
04. Lisa Says
05. Ocean
06. Foggy Notion
07. Temptation Inside Your Heart
08. One Of These Days
09. Andy's Chest
10. I'm Sticking With You

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The Velvet Underground - Another View (1986) [2009, UICY-93901]

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After 18 years of having little or no idea of what to do with the Velvet Underground, sometime in 1985 it seems to have suddenly dawned on Verve Records that they had the back catalog of one of America's greatest and most influential rock bands languishing in their vaults, and they began to act accordingly; remastered (and budget-priced) versions of the group's first three albums were released, as well as VU, a superb collection of unreleased Velvet Underground tracks, most of which were recorded for a fourth Verve album that never saw the light of day. Commendably, the label went back to their tape archives a year later looking for more VU goodies, and Another View was the result. One thing that's obvious from the outset is the cream of the band's unreleased material had already been skimmed off for VU, and several of the tracks on Another View are rough demos for which the group never even recorded vocals ("Guess I'm Falling in Love," "Ride Into the Sun," and "I'm Gonna Move Right In" all have lyrics, but you don't hear 'em here). And while the non-bootleg emergence of "I Can't Stand It," "Foggy Notion," and "Temptation Inside Your Heart" made VU a major addition to the Velvet Underground's catalog, it's unclear how many fans were clamoring for an authorized release of second-string tunes like "Ferryboat Bill" and "Coney Island Steeplechase." But if Another View is marginalia, it's marginalia from a truly great band; the rough but rocking takes of "We're Gonna Have a Real Good Time Together" and "Rock & Roll" are great fun, and the two versions of "Hey Mr. Rain" are beautiful explorations of the band's psychedelic undercurrent. Another View isn't essential Velvet Underground, but it's still well worth a listen.

by Mark Deming

Tracklist:

01. We're Gonna Have A Real Good Time Together
02. I'm Gonna Move Right In
03. Hey Mr. Rain
04. Ride Into The Sun
05. Coney Island Steeplechase
06. Guess I'm Falling In Love (instrumental)
07. Hey Mr. Rain
08. Ferryboat Bill
09. Rock And Roll

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