Tag Archive: Lou Reed

Lou Reed – The Sire Years: Complete Albums Box (2015) {10CD, Box Set}

Lou Reed - The Sire Years: Complete Albums Box (2015) {10CD, Box Set}

Lou Reed – The Sire Years: Complete Albums Box (2015) {10CD, Box Set}
EAC Rip | 10xCD | FLAC Image + Cue + Log | Full Scans Included
Total Size: 3.76 GB | 3% RAR Recovery
Label: Sire/ Warner | EU | Cat#: 081227951986 | Genre: Glam Rock, Experimental Rock

From 1972 to 1986, Lou Reed recorded for the RCA and Arista labels, where he made several strong solo albums as well as a few creative missteps, and while he became one of rock’s most respected songwriters, both labels seemed unsure of how to present Reed’s work to the public.Read More

Lou Reed – The RCA & Arista Album Collection (2016) {17CD Box Set}

Lou Reed - The RCA & Arista Album Collection (2016) {17CD Box Set}

Lou Reed – The RCA & Arista Album Collection (2016) {17CD Box Set}
EAC Rip | 17xCD | FLAC Image + Cue + Log | Full Scans Included
Total Size: 6.03 GB | 3% RAR Recovery
Label: Legacy / Sony Music | EU | Cat#: 88843038032 | Genre: Glam Rock, Experimental

In 1972, Lou Reed was a minor cult hero to a handful of rock critics and left-of-center music fans who championed his former band, the Velvet Underground, but he was unknown to the mainstream music audience. By 1986, Reed was a rock & roll icon, widely hailed as a master songwriter and one of the founding fathers of punk, glam, noise rock, and any number of other vital rock subgenres; he even scored a few hits along the way. Read More

Lou Reed – Transformer (1972) {1982, Non-Remastered}

Lou Reed - Transformer (1972) {1982, Non-Remastered}

Lou Reed – Transformer (1972) {1982, Non-Remastered}
EAC Rip | FLAC Image + Cue + Log | Full Scans Included
Total Size: 209 MB | 3% RAR Recovery
Label: RCA | W.Germany | Cat#: ND 83806 | Genre: Glam Rock

David Bowie has never been shy about acknowledging his influences, and since the boho decadence and sexual ambiguity of the Velvet Underground’s music had a major impact on Bowie’s work, it was only fitting that as Ziggy Stardust mania was reaching its peak, Bowie would offer Lou Reed some much needed help with his career, which was stuck in neutral after his first solo album came and went. Musically, Reed’s work didn’t have too much in common with the sonic bombast of the glam sceneRead More