Lou Reed
Berlin =180g=remaster

  1 x LP   180grs   33⅓rpm   

(1973 )-2016 repressed on 180gram VINYL = Lou Reed 's 1973 third solo album which has been remastered under Lou's direct personal supervision. A concept album, including the singles How Do You Think It Feels and Caroline Says I.

Label:  RCA 
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Release date 29-10-2016 ( Originally released in 1973)

2016 repressed on 180gram VINYL = Lou Reed 's 1973 third solo album which has been remastered under Lou's direct personal supervision. A concept album, including the singles "How Do You Think It Feels" & "Caroline Says I".

Tracks
A1. Berlin 3:23
A2. Lady Day 3:40
A3. Men Of Good Fortune 4:37
A4. Caroline Says I 3:57
A5. How Do You Think It Feels 3:42
A6. Oh, Jim 5:13
B1. Caroline Says II 4:10
B2. The Kids 7:55
B3. The Bed 5:51
B4. Sad Song 6:55

Eternally perverse, Reed responded to having a pop hit with Transformer by making a massive bummer of an album, built around reworked versions of a couple of older songs. Berlin is psychologically grueling and unremittingly dark (scariest moment: "The Kids," which ends with a very long tape of children screaming in terror), but the savage contrasts of its sound have gotten more impressive with time. The big production flourishes hit like a hangover, Reed's voice sounds like he's trying to stave off emotional involvement with his lyrics because it would hurt too much, and the multi-layered textures of "Oh Jim" surge and recede like details of a nightmare. The album takes strength to hear, and rewards it. --Douglas Wolk amazoncom

Discs: 1
Drager(LP,EP,12,7,CD): LP
Qual(120grs,150grs,180grs): 180grs
Speed(33,45): 33
Label: RCA
Originally released: 1973
This release: 2016
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