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Vinyl Lovers present a reissue of The Velvet Underground's White Light/White Heat, originally issued in 1968. While 1967's Velvet Underground & Nico was a part of Andy Warhol's global artistic vision, 1968's White Light/White Heat was free of all Warholian influence, so in a way it could be thought of as another debut album. Here the music was left to fester on it's own, with no artistic visionary interfering or trying to create a soundtrack for his pop art, and the Velvets filled that void with an album that is an aural subway car full of drunkards, junkies and whores rumbling through the bowels of NYC with a one way ticket to oblivion. Purple vinyl.
Vinyl Lovers present a reissue of The Velvet Underground's White Light/White Heat, originally issued in 1968. While 1967's Velvet Underground & Nico was a part of Andy Warhol's global artistic vision, 1968's White Light/White Heat was free of all Warholian influence, so in a way it could be thought of as another debut album. Here the music was left to fester on it's own, with no artistic visionary interfering or trying to create a soundtrack for his pop art, and the Velvets filled that void with an album that is an aural subway car full of drunkards, junkies and whores rumbling through the bowels of NYC with a one way ticket to oblivion. Purple vinyl.
8013252990045

Details

Format: Vinyl
Label: VLLV
Catalog: 990045
Rel. Date: 07/22/2008
UPC: 8013252990045

White Light/White Heat
Artist: The Velvet Underground
Format: Vinyl
New: Available--will ship direct from our distributor $32.98
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Formats and Editions

$13.49   Buy MP3 Album
DISC: 1
MP3
1. White Light/White Heat (Stereo Version)
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2. The Gift (Stereo Version)
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3. Lady Godiva's Operation (Stereo Version)
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4. Here She Comes Now (Stereo Version)
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5. I Heard Her Call My Name (Stereo Version)
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6. Sister Ray (Stereo Version)
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7. I Heard Her Call My Name (Stereo Version)(Alternate Take)
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8. Guess I'm Falling In Love (Stereo Version)(Instrumental Version)(Previously Unreleased)
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9. Temptation Inside Your Heart (Stereo Version)(Original Mix)
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10. Stephanie Says (Stereo Version)(Original Mix)
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11. Hey Mr. Rain (Stereo Version)(Version One)(Previously Unreleased)
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12. Hey Mr. Rain (Stereo Version)(Version Two)(Previously Unreleased)
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13. Beginning To See The Light (Stereo Version)(Previously Unreleased Early Version)
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DISC: 2
Digital download
MP3
1. Booker T. (Live at the Gymnasium, New York City, April 30, 1967)
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2. I'm Not A Young Man Anymore (Live at the Gymnasium, New York City, April 30, 1967)(Previously Unreleased)
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3. Guess I'm Falling In Love (Live at the Gymnasium, New York City, April 30, 1967)
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4. I'm Waiting For The Man (Live at the Gymnasium, New York City, April 30, 1967)(Previously Unreleased)
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5. Run Run Run (Live at the Gymnasium, New York City, April 30, 1967)(Previously Unreleased)
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6. Sister Ray (Live at the Gymnasium, New York City, April 30, 1967)(Previously Unreleased)
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7. The Gift (Live at the Gymnasium, New York City, April 30, 1967)(Previously Unreleased)
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8. Here She Comes Now (Mono Single Mix)
9. The Gift (Vocal Version)
10. The Gift (Instrumental)
DISC: 3
MP3
1. Booker T. (Live In New York City / 1967)
2. I'm Not A Young Man Anymore (Live In New York City / 1967)
3. Guess I'm Falling In Love (Live In New York City / 1967)
4. I'm Waiting For The Man (Live In New York City / 1967)
5. Run Run Run (Live In New York City / 1967)
6. Sister Ray (Live In New York City / 1967)
7. The Gift (Live In New York City / 1967)

More Info:

Vinyl Lovers present a reissue of The Velvet Underground's White Light/White Heat, originally issued in 1968. While 1967's Velvet Underground & Nico was a part of Andy Warhol's global artistic vision, 1968's White Light/White Heat was free of all Warholian influence, so in a way it could be thought of as another debut album. Here the music was left to fester on it's own, with no artistic visionary interfering or trying to create a soundtrack for his pop art, and the Velvets filled that void with an album that is an aural subway car full of drunkards, junkies and whores rumbling through the bowels of NYC with a one way ticket to oblivion. Purple vinyl.
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