Track List


Andy's Chest

Perfect Day

Hangin' Round

Walk On The Wild Side

Make Up

Satellite Of Love

Wagon Wheel

New York Telephone Conversation

I'm So Free

Goodnight Ladies


Lady Day

Men Of Good Fortune

Caroline Says I

How Do You Think It Feels

Oh, Jim

Caroline Says II

The Kids

The Bed

Sad Song

Intro / Sweet Jane


White Light / White Heat

Lady Day

Rock 'N' Roll

Crazy Feeling

Charley's Girl

She's My Best Friend


A Gift

Ooohhh Baby

Nobody's Business

Coney Island Baby

Gimmie Some Good Times


Street Hassle

I Wanna Be Black

Real Good Time Together

Shooting Star

Leave Me Alone


My House


Underneath The Bottle

The Gun

The Blue Mask

Average Guy

The Heroine

Waves Of Fear

The Day John Kennedy Died

Heavenly Arms

Lou Reed - The RCA & Arista Vinyl Collection, Vol. 1 (6xLP)
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Release Date: 11/18/2016
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Remastering overseen by Lou Reed, 80-page hardbound book, 5 8x10'' prints, RCA promotional poster!

Legacy Recordings will release Lou Reed – The RCA & Arista Album Collection, Vol 1, the first box set in a series looking back at the late singer’s solo albums.

Comprised of six early Reed albums, Vol 1 includes: Transformer (1972), Berlin (1973), Rock n Roll Animal (1974), Coney Island Baby (1975), Street Hassle (1978) and The Blue Mask (1982). The LPs will be housed in a meticulous reproduction of the original artwork, with an accompanying 30 page book. The recordings were remastered by Reed in the months before his October 2013 death.

“Lou put his heart into remastering these records,” Laurie Anderson, Reed’s widow, said in a press release. “They are not smoothed out. Sometimes remastering revealed their details and roughness in the most exciting ways. They leap out at you with their original energy.”