.

Massive Lou Reed Box Set To Be Released

09/11/2016
.
Lou Reed

(Radio.com) Legacy Recordings have announced a comprehensive Lou Reed box set that they will be releasing October 7. The 17-disc collection features his entire recorded catalog with RCA and Arista between 1972 and 1986.

Lou Reed The RCA & Arista Album Collection will be the first comprehensive anthology featuring the first 16 solo albums recorded by the late-singer and songwriter following the break-up of the Velvet Underground. It can preordered here.

The collection features Reed's 1972 self-titled debut and it's follow-up Transformer, which spawned the classic songs "Perfect Day," 'Walk On The Wild Side" and "Satellite of Love." Other iconic albums featured in the set include Berlin, Coney Island Baby, New Sensations and the 1978 effort Lou Reed Live: Take No Prisoners. See the complete track list below.

Reed personally oversaw the remastering process, finishing the project shortly before he passed away in 2013 at the age of 71. His wife Laurie Anderson said, "Lou put his heart into remastering these records. They are not smoothed out. Sometimes remastering revealed their details and roughness in the most exciting ways. They leap out at you with their original energy." Read more and see the track details here.

Radio.com is an official news provider for antiMusic.com.
Copyright Radio.com/CBS Local - Excerpted here with permission.

advertisement

Lou Reed Music, DVDs, Books and more

Lou Reed T-shirts and Posters

More Lou Reed News

Share this article

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Pin it Share on Reddit email this article


Related Stories


Lou Reed's Unexpected Musical Passions Revealed

Bob Seger Streaming His New Lou Reed Cover 'Busloads Of Faith'

Massive Lou Reed Box Set To Be Released

Lou Reed's Final Project Being Released This Fall

Metallica's James Hetfield Proud Of Lou Reed Collaboration

Metal Supergroup Teenage Time Killers Announce One-Off Show

Supergroup Teenage Time Killers Stream Song Featuring Neil Fallon

David Bowie Thinks Metallica Album Was Lou Reed's Masterpiece

Lou Reed Inducted Into Rock Hall

In The Studio Celebrate Lou Reed Rock Hall Induction With Rare Interview


More Stories for Lou Reed

Lou Reed Music