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  • LOU REED LP Berlin Rca(Usa Stereo apl) Vinyl EX- Cover with Insert VG++(Sawcut). Tracks: berlin, lady day, men of good fortune, caroline says I+II, how do you think it feels, oh jim, the kids, the bed, sad diaragenphentcurnefenectolaxmiser.coinfo date: Jul 08,
  • Nov 17,  · Stream Berlin by Lou Reed and tens of millions of other songs on all your devices with Amazon Music Unlimited. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Berlin ( Version) Berlin ( Version) Listen Now $ 2. Lady Day. Lady Day. Listen Now $ 3. Men of Good Fortune. Men of Good Fortune. Listen Now $ 4. 30 /5().
  • Transformer and "Walk on the Wild Side" were both major hits in , to the surprise of both Lou Reed and the music industry, and with Reed suddenly a hot commodity, he used his newly won clout to make the most ambitious album of his career, Berlin. Berlin was the musical equivalent of a drug-addled kid set loose in a candy store; the album's songs, which form a loose story .
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  • Transformer and "Walk on the Wild Side" were both major hits in , to the surprise of both Lou Reed and the music industry, and with Reed suddenly a hot commodity, he used his newly won clout to make the most ambitious album of his career, Berlin. Berlin.
  • Label: RCA International - NL • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue • Country: UK & Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Art Rock Lou Reed - Berlin (, Vinyl) | Discogs Explore/5(27).
  • Considered a bomb in , Berlin is now hailed as a twisted masterpiece. A concept album about pathetic drug addicts in love and hate, with arrangements that are as beautifully baroque as Lou's voice is deadpan and his tales gritty. Includes the great songs "Caroline Says II," "How Do You Think It Feels" and the ultra grandiose "Sad Song.
  • Note the use of the word "was." The LP and subsequent CD versions of "Berlin" end there, at around three minutes, 20 seconds. A lengthier version appears on the original eight track, the familiar verses appended by a second instrumental passage in which piano and a gentle guitar duet their way into the next track, "Lady Day.".