8 thoughts on “ Satellite Of Love - Lou Reed - Transformer (Cassette, Album)

  1. Label: RCA Victor - APK1 • Format: Cassette Album, Reissue, Stereo • Country: France • Genre: Rock • Style: Glam Lou Reed - Transformer (, Cassette) | Discogs Explore4/5(4).
  2. Feb 02,  · Lou's vocals are slightly distorted sometimes but I'm guessing that's more of a recording issue and not that distracting overall. The music is of course amazing, Transformer is one of the funniest, most entertaining and beautiful records ever made. I'm very happy to finally add it to my collection in such a great quality/5().
  3. "Satellite of Love" is a leftover Velvet Underground tune and is another beautiful melody. Most Lou Reed albums have flashes of brilliance but there are also unlistenable ones as well. This album, from start to finsh, is great. It has a certain bohemian theme which links all the songs/5().
  4. Satellite of Love Lyrics: Satellite's gone up to the skies / Things like that drive me out of my mind / I watched it for a little while / I like to watch things on TV / Satellite of love.
  5. May 16,  · Lou composed a demo of ‘Satellite of Love’ in the summer of – one year after Bowie’s ‘Space Oddity’. It was recorded with the Velvet Underground for their album Loaded (but was not released at the time). The demo begins with the following lines; In this world as we know it.
  6. About “Transformer” The 2nd album by New York rock and roll Warhol influenced artist Lou Reed. Released in the early 70s, Lou Reed had just left his former band, The Velvet Underground.
  7. As with its predecessor Lou Reed, Transformer contains songs Reed composed while in the Velvet Underground (here, four out of ten). "Andy's Chest" was first recorded by the band in and "Satellite of Love" demoed in ; these versions were released on VU and Peel Slowly and See, respectively. For Transformer, the original up-tempo pace of these songs was slowed down.
  8. Listen free to Lou Reed – Transformer (Vicious, Andy's Chest and more). 11 tracks (). Transformer is Lou Reed's breakthrough second solo album, released in December Unlike its predecessor Lou Reed, eight songs of which were leftovers from his Velvet Underground days, this album contains mainly new material.

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