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Loaded (Fully Loaded Edition)


Download links and information about Loaded (Fully Loaded Edition) by The Velvet Underground. This album was released in 1970 and it belongs to Rock, Rock & Roll, Punk, Pop, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist genres. It contains 33 tracks with total duration of 02:09:59 minutes.

Artist: The Velvet Underground
Release date: 1970
Genre: Rock, Rock & Roll, Punk, Pop, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist
Tracks: 33
Duration: 02:09:59
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No. Title Length
1. Who Loves the Sun 2:45
2. Sweet Jane 4:09
3. Rock & Roll 4:45
4. Cool It Down 3:06
5. New Age 5:09
6. Head Held High 2:58
7. Lonesome Cowboy Bill 2:45
8. I Found a Reason 4:17
9. Train Round the Bend 3:22
10. Oh! Sweet Nuthin' 7:29
11. Ride Into the Sun (Demo Version) 3:23
12. Ocean (Outtake Version) 5:45
13. I'm Sticking With You (Outtake Version) 3:09
14. I Love You (Demo Version) 2:05
15. Rock & Roll (Alternate Mix) 4:44
16. Head Held High (Alternate Mix) 2:15
17. Who Loves the Sun (Alternate Version) 3:08
18. Sweet Jane (Early Version) 5:29
19. Rock & Roll (Demo Version) 4:45
20. Cool It Down (Early Version) 4:17
21. New Age (Full Length Version) 5:42
22. Head Held High (Early Version) 2:53
23. Lonesome Cowboy Bill (Early Version) 3:18
24. I Found a Reason (Demo Version) 3:15
25. Train Round the Bend (Alternate Mix) 4:40
26. Oh! Sweet Nuthin' (Early Version) 4:13
27. Ocean (Demo Version) 6:10
28. I Love You (Outtake Version) 2:55
29. Satellite of Love (Alternate Demo Version) 3:19
30. Oh Gin (Demo Version) 2:56
31. Walk and Talk (Demo Version) 3:00
32. Sad Song (Demo Version) 3:41
33. Love Makes You Feel Ten Feet Tall (Demo Version) 4:12



Loaded was the fourth and final Velvet Underground album featuring Lou Reed (a fifth VU album, recorded between the self-titled third album and this one, was issued in the ‘80s as VU and Another View). As Reed’s swan song, it features some of his finest, yet most conventional, material: “Who Loves the Sun” is practically AM radio pop. “Sweet Jane” and “Rock and Roll,” both presented here, as is “New Age,” in unedited form, are simple, straightforward rock tunes, natural radio-ready fare. From a band that had built its reputation on an unusual, even confrontational, sound, it’s quite a surprise — and welcomed, since the band plays flawlessly and the songs are among the finest of Reed’s career. This “Fully Loaded” version includes the original album in addition to a generous helping of alternate takes, mixes and demos that recreate the entire album and throw together other rarities from the period that Reed used to fuel the early portion of his solo career a few years later. Highlights include an interesting attempt at “I Found a Reason,” an eerie take and demo of “Ocean,” and early attempts at Reed solo tracks, including “Sad Song” (which appeared on Berlin) and “Satellite of Love” (a stand-out on Transformer.