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White Light / White Heat (45th Anniversary)

The Velvet Underground

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1
White Light / White Heat (Album Version)
The Velvet Underground
2:48
2
The Gift (Album Version)
The Velvet Underground
8:20
3
Lady Godiva's Operation (Album Version)
The Velvet Underground
4:57
4
Here She Comes Now (Album Version)
The Velvet Underground
2:05
5
I Heard Her Call My Name (Album Version)
The Velvet Underground
4:38
6
Sister Ray (Album Version)
The Velvet Underground
17:32
Total Playing Time    40:20
Rolling Stone 500 Greatest Albums of all Time - #293

"... the band's first LPs are essential purchases ... certainly essential listening for any study of 70s and 80s punk evolution."
- Rolling Stone

"Loud, abrasive, chilling: the perfect antidote for the Age of Aquarius."
- Chicago Tribune

White Light / White Heat is the second studio album by American avant-garde band the Velvet Underground, released in 1968. This album defined the characteristic noise-rock sound the band is known for. In 2003, the album was ranked number 293 on Rolling Stone's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time.
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