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Between Thought and Expression: The Lou Reed Anthology

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Download links and information about Between Thought and Expression: The Lou Reed Anthology by Lou Reed. This album was released in 1992 and it belongs to Rock, Hard Rock, Rock & Roll, Punk, Heavy Metal, Pop, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist genres. It contains 45 tracks with total duration of 03:39:22 minutes.

Artist: Lou Reed
Release date: 1992
Genre: Rock, Hard Rock, Rock & Roll, Punk, Heavy Metal, Pop, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist
Tracks: 45
Duration: 03:39:22
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. I Can't Stand It 2:35
2. Lisa Says 5:33
3. Ocean 5:06
4. Walk On the Wild Side 4:13
5. Satellite of Love 3:39
6. Vicious 2:56
7. Caroline Says - I 3:56
8. How Do You Think It Feels 3:42
9. Oh Jim 5:11
10. Caroline Says - II 4:12
11. The Kids 7:51
12. Sad Song 7:08
13. Sweet Jane 7:57
14. Kill Your Sons 3:37
15. Coney Island Baby 6:37
16. Nowhere At All 3:15
17. Kicks 6:02
18. Downtown Dirt 4:17
19. Rock and Roll Heart 3:06
20. Vicious Circle 2:51
21. Temporary Thing 5:15
22. Real Good Time Together 3:21
23. Leave Me Alone 5:32
24. Heroin 12:19
25. Here Comes the Bride 6:06
26. Street Hassle 10:59
27. Metal Machine Music 1:32
28. The Bells 6:31
29. America (Star Spangled Banner) 2:49
30. Think It Over 3:26
31. Teach the Gifted Children 3:14
32. The Gun 3:41
33. The Blue Mask 5:03
34. My House 5:25
35. Waves of Fear 4:13
36. Little Sister 6:07
37. Legendary Hearts 3:24
38. The Last Shot 3:22
39. New Sensations 5:45
40. My Friend George 3:56
41. Doin' the Things That We Want To 3:55
42. The Original Wrapper 3:40
43. Video Violence 5:34
44. Tell It to Your Heart 5:13
45. Voices of Freedom 5:16

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Released in 1992, Between Thought and Expression sums up Lou Reed's career to the late '80s, featuring a generous look at the ups and downs of a career lived on the margins but ignoring 1989's classic New York. Though he's had the occasional hit single ("Walk on the Wild Side") and written many classics ("Heroin," "Sweet Jane," "Satellite of Love," "Coney Island Baby," "Kill Your Sons"), Reed has never been a mainstream artist. With The Velvet Underground and as a soloist, he's pursued an idiosyncratic path all over the musical map. His lyrics can be insightful or painfully blunt and flat. Here, "Vicious" is glam rock at its most brutal. "Caroline Says," "The Kids," and "Sad Song" represent the heart of his most critically revered album, Berlin. "Street Hassle" is an essential epic. "Metal Machine Music" is a pure prank or a stroke of genius. "The Blue Mask" and "Waves of Fear" make essential use of guitarist Robert Quine. "My Friend George" and "Doin' the Things That We Want To" are surprising odes of tenderness from the Long Island–to–NYC street punk.