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The Velvet Underground & Nico 45th Anniversary (Deluxe Edition)


Download links and information about The Velvet Underground & Nico 45th Anniversary (Deluxe Edition) by Nico, The Velvet Underground. This album was released in 1967 and it belongs to Rock, Rock & Roll, Punk, Pop, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist, Psychedelic genres. It contains 31 tracks with total duration of 02:31:05 minutes.

Artist: Nico, The Velvet Underground
Release date: 1967
Genre: Rock, Rock & Roll, Punk, Pop, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist, Psychedelic
Tracks: 31
Duration: 02:31:05
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No. Title Length
1. Sunday Morning (Stereo Version) 2:55
2. I'm Waiting for the Man (Stereo Version) 4:39
3. Femme Fatale (Stereo Version) 2:39
4. Venus in Furs (Stereo Version) 5:12
5. Run Run Run (Stereo Version) 4:22
6. All Tomorrow's Parties (Stereo Version) 5:59
7. Heroin (Stereo Version) 7:13
8. There She Goes Again (Stereo Version) 2:41
9. I'll Be Your Mirror (Stereo Version) 2:14
10. Black Angel's Death Song (Stereo Version) 3:12
11. European Son (Stereo Version) 7:47
12. All Tomorrow's Parties (Alternate Single Voice Version) 5:57
13. European Son (Alternate Version) 9:06
14. Heroin (Alternate Version) 6:17
15. All Tomorrow's Parties (Alternate Instrumental Mix) 5:51
16. I'll Be Your Mirror (Alternate Mix) 2:20
17. European Son (Scepter Studios Sessions - alternate version) 9:02
18. Black Angel's Death Song (Scepter Studios Sessions - alternate mix) 3:15
19. All Tomorrow's Parties (Scepter Studios Sessions - alternate version) 5:53
20. I'll Be Your Mirror (Scepter Studios Sessions - alternate version) 2:11
21. Heroin (Scepter Studios Sessions - alternate version) 6:16
22. Femme Fatale (Scepter Studios Sessions - alternate mix) 2:35
23. Venus in Furs (Scepter Studios Sessions - alternate version) 4:29
24. Waiting for the Man (Scepter Studios Sessions - alternate version) 4:10
25. Run Run Run (Scepter Studios Sessions - alternate mix) 4:23
26. Walk Alone (The Factory Rehearsal) 3:27
27. Crackin' Up / Venus in Furs (The Factory Rehearsal) 3:52
28. Miss Joanie Lee (The Factory Rehearsal) 11:49
29. Heroin (The Factory Rehearsal) 6:15
30. There She Goes Again (The Factory Rehearsal) 2:09
31. There She Goes Again (The Factory Rehearsal) 2:55



The received wisdom is that few people bought this album when it came out in 1967, but everyone who did started a band. Its influential mix of unbridled hedonism and sonic experimentation was clearly too heavy, strange, and ahead of its time for the flower-power era. The striking thing is how this uncompromising set hasn't lost any of its power with the passage of time. Songs like the droney, creepy fantasy "Venus in Furs" and the cathartic proto-punk "European Son" will send goosebumps down your spine, as will the slow-building, awe-inspiring "Heroin." Lou Reed could also write dreamy, sugary-sweet pop to provide brilliant contrast to the more experimental tracks: see "I'll Be Your Mirror" (sung by Nico) and "Sunday Morning."