The Velvet Underground

USA LPs


THE VELVET UNDERGROUND AND NICO

Verve V-5008 (mono), V6-5008 (stereo), March 1967

Side 1 :
1. Sunday Morning (2:53)
2. I'm Waiting For The Man (4:37)
3. Femme Fatale (2:35)
4. Venus In Furs (5:07)
5. Run Run Run (4:18)
6. All Tomorrow's Parties (5:55)

Side 2 :
7. Heroin (7:05)
8. There She Goes Again (2:30)
9. I'll Be Your Mirror (2:01)
10. The Black Angel's Death Song (3:10)
11. European Son (7:40)

Edited and remixed under the supervision of Tom Wilson by Gene Radice & David Greene. Recording engineers: Omi Haden - T.T.G. Hollywood. Director of engineering: Val Valentin

Cover design: Acy R. Lehman. Liner photos by Nat Finkelstein & Billy Linich. Color show photo by Hugo. Portaits by Paul Morrissey. Cover painting banana by Andy Warhol.

The Velvet Underground & Nico release is announced with catalog number in "New Release Inventory Checklist" in Billboard, January 28, 1967 (p. 54).
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The album is reviewed in "Album Reviews - Pop Special Merit" in Billboard, March 4, 1967 (p. 40).
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The LP is listed in "Album Reviews - New Action Albums New Action LP's" in Billboard, April 29, 1967 (p. 46).
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It is part of a double-page Verve ad in Billboard, May 6, 1967 (p. SF 12-13).
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Billboard TOP LP's
May 13, 1967 199 Google Books
May 20, 1967 197 Google Books
May 27, 1967 197 Google Books
June 3, 1967 196 Google Books
June 10, 1967 195 Google Books
November 18, 1967 182 Google Books
November 25, 1967 180 Google Books
December 2, 1967 184 Google Books
December 9, 1967 178 Google Books
December 16, 1967 171 Google Books
December 23, 1967 195 Google Books
December 30, 1967 195 Google Books
January 6, 1968 193 Google Books

Verve V-5008, white label Verve V-5008, 1967
D.J. Sample, white label (West Coast pressing), mono

Side 1: V-5008-S-1 MG-558-REV
Side 2: V-5008-S-2 MG-559

  • Mono
  • Gatefold cover with banana sticker and "D.J. SAMPLES / PROMOTIONAL COPIES" sticker on front cover
  • Emerson on back cover
  • White/black T Verve promo label, "NOT FOR SALE"
  • Song credits: L. Reed - J. Cale - S. Morrison - M. Tucker.
    "All Selections Three Prong Music, Inc. BMI"
  • "MGM RECORDS - A DIVISION OF METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER, INC. - Made in U.S.A."
  • Notes: deep groove 2.75" pressing ring diameter and the label fonts betray a pressing by H.V. Waddell, Burbank, California.

Verve V-5008, yellow label Verve V-5008, 1967
Disc Jockey Record, yellow label (East Coast pressing), mono

Side 1: V5008 Side 1 MG558 Rev
Side 2: V5008 SIDE 2 MG559

  • Mono
  • Gatefold cover with banana sticker
  • Emerson on back cover
  • Yellow/black T Verve promo label, "Disc Jockey Record / NOT FOR SALE"
  • Song credits: Reed - Cale - Morrison - Tucker.
    "Three Prong Music. All Selections BMI"
  • "MGM RECORDS - A DIVISION OF METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER, INC. - Made in U.S.A."
  • Notes: 1.25" pressing ring diameter, block-looking 'S' engraved in the deadwax and the label fonts indicate a pressing by MGM Record Manufacturing Division, Bloomfield, New Jersey.

mono with Emerson
label
Verve V-5008, 1967
original stock copy with Emerson, West Coast pressing, mono

Side 1: V-5008-S-1 MG-558-REV
Side 2: V-5008-S-2 MG-559

  • Mono
  • Gatefold cover with banana sticker
  • Emerson on back cover
  • Blue/silver T Verve label
  • Song credits: L. Reed - J. Cale - S. Morrison - M. Tucker.
    "All Selections Three Prong Music, Inc. BMI"
  • "MGM RECORDS - A DIVISION OF METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER, INC. - Made in U.S.A."
  • Notes: deep groove 2.75" pressing ring diameter and the label fonts betray a pressing by H.V. Waddell, Burbank, California.

label

Verve V-5008, 1967
original stock copy with Emerson, East Coast pressing, mono

Side 1: V5008 Side 1 MG558 Rev
Side 2: V5008 SIDE 2 MG559

  • Mono
  • Gatefold cover with banana sticker
  • Emerson on back cover
  • Blue/silver T Verve label
  • Song credits: Reed - Cale - Morrison - Tucker.
    "Three Prong Music. All Selections BMI"
  • "MGM RECORDS - A DIVISION OF METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER, INC. - Made in U.S.A."
  • Notes: 1.25" pressing ring diameter, block-looking 'S' engraved in the deadwax and the label fonts indicate a pressing by MGM Record Manufacturing Division, Bloomfield, New Jersey.

  Verve V6-5008, 1967
original stock copy with Emerson, West Coast pressing, stereo

Side 1: ?
Side 2: ?

  • Stereo
  • Gatefold cover with banana sticker
  • Emerson on back cover
  • Blue/silver T Verve label
  • Song credits: L. Reed - J. Cale - S. Morrison - M. Tucker.
    Publishing credits: "Three Prong Music. All Selections BMI"
  • "MGM RECORDS - A DIVISION OF METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER, INC. - Made in U.S.A."
  • Notes: deep groove 2.75" pressing ring diameter and the label fonts betray a pressing by H.V. Waddell, Burbank, California.

  Verve V6-5008, 1967
early copy (without Sunday Morning) with Emerson, East Coast pressing, stereo

Side 1: V6-5008 SIDE-1 MGS-558
Side 2: V6-5008 SIDE-2 MGS-559

  • Sunday Morning is missing on side 1, although it's listed on both cover and label. G crossed-out and no REV in matrix numbers
  • Stereo
  • Gatefold cover with banana sticker
  • Emerson on back cover
  • Blue/silver T Verve label
  • Song credits: Reed - Cale - Morrison - Tucker.
    "Three Prong Music. All Selections BMI"
  • "MGM RECORDS - A DIVISION OF METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER, INC. - Made in U.S.A."
  • Notes: 1.25" pressing ring diameter, block-looking 'S' engraved in the deadwax and the label fonts indicate a pressing by MGM Record Manufacturing Division, Bloomfield, New Jersey.

stereo with Emerson Verve V6-5008, 1967
original stock copy with Emerson, East Coast pressing, stereo

Side 1: V6-5008 SIDE-1 MGS-558 REV
Side 2: V6-5008 SIDE-2 MGS-559

  • Stereo
  • Gatefold cover with banana sticker
  • Emerson on back cover
  • Blue/silver T Verve label
  • Song credits: Reed - Cale - Morrison - Tucker.
    "Three Prong Music. All Selections BMI"
  • "MGM RECORDS - A DIVISION OF METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER, INC. - Made in U.S.A."
  • Notes: 1.25" pressing ring diameter, block-looking 'S' engraved in the deadwax and the label fonts indicate a pressing by MGM Record Manufacturing Division, Bloomfield, New Jersey.

Black sticker

Verve V-5008, 1967
original stock copy with Emerson-lawsuit-threat sticker, East Coast pressing, mono

Side 1: V5008 Side 1 MG558 Rev
Side 2: V5008 SIDE 2 MG559

  • Mono
  • Gatefold cover with banana sticker
  • Large black sticker covering Emerson on top half of back cover. It reads "THE VELVET UNDERGROUND & NICO PRODUCED BY ANDY WARHOL", with Verve logo and "V/V6-5008" catalog number
  • Blue/silver T Verve label
  • Song credits: Reed - Cale - Morrison - Tucker.
    "Three Prong Music. All Selections BMI"
  • "MGM RECORDS - A DIVISION OF METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER, INC. - Made in U.S.A."

Verve V-5008, 1967
original stock copy with Emerson-lawsuit-threat sticker, West Coast pressing, mono

Side 1: V-5008-S-1 MG-558-REV
Side 2: V-5008-S-2 MG-559

  • Mono
  • Gatefold cover with banana sticker
  • Emerson lawsuit threat sticker on the back of the sleeve
  • Blue/silver T Verve label
  • Song credits: L. Reed - J. Cale - S. Morrison - M. Tucker.
    "All Selections Three Prong Music, Inc. BMI"
  • "MGM RECORDS - A DIVISION OF METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER, INC. - Made in U.S.A."

Mono w/o Emerson

Verve V-5008, 1968
reissue without Emerson, East Coast pressing, mono

Side 1: V5008 Side 1 MG558 Rev
Side 2: V5008 SIDE 2 MG559

  • Mono
  • Gatefold cover with banana sticker
  • Airbrushed Emerson
  • Blue/silver T Verve label

MONO sticker

Verve V-5008, 1968
mono record in stereo cover without Emerson

Side 1: ???
Side 2: ???

  • Mono
  • Stereo gatefold cover with banana sticker
  • Airbrushed Emerson, and "MONO" sticker covering "STEREO" on top right of back cover
  • Blue/silver T Verve label

V6-5008, East Coast pressing

Verve V6-5008, 1968
stereo reissue without Emerson, East Coast pressing

Side 1: V6-5008 SIDE-1 MGS-558 REV
Side 2: V6-5008 SIDE-2 MGS-559

  • Stereo
  • Gatefold cover with banana sticker
  • Airbrushed Emerson
  • Blue/silver T Verve label
  • Song credits: Reed - Cale - Morrison - Tucker.
    "Three Prong Music All Selections BMI".
  • "MGM RECORDS - A DIVISION OF METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER, INC. - Made in U.S.A."
  • Notes: this is the same pressing as in the Emerson cover stereo edition. 1.25" pressing ring diameter, block-looking 'S' engraved in the deadwax and the label fonts indicate a pressing by MGM Record Manufacturing Division, Bloomfield, New Jersey.

Verve V6-5008, 1968
stereo reissue without Emerson, East Coast pressing

Side 1: V6-5008 SIDE-1 MGS-558 REV
Side 2: V6-5008 SIDE-2 MGS-559-RE-1

  • Same as above but with alternate matrix numbers
  • Stereo
  • Gatefold cover with banana sticker
  • Airbrushed Emerson
  • Blue/silver T Verve label
  • Song credits: Reed - Cale - Morrison - Tucker.
    "Three Prong Music All Selections BMI"
  • "MGM RECORDS - A DIVISION OF METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER, INC. - Made in U.S.A."

V6-5008 | no Emerson | West Coast pressing

Verve V6-5008, 1968
stereo reissue without Emerson, West Coast 'early' pressing

Side 1: V6-5008 SIDE-1 MGS-558-REV
Side 2: V6-5008 SIDE-2 MGS-559

  • Stereo
  • Gatefold cover with banana sticker
  • Airbrushed Emerson
  • Blue/silver T Verve label
  • Song credits: L. Reed - J. Cale - S. Morrison - M. Tucker.
    Publishing credits: "All Selections Three Prong Music, Inc. BMI"
  • "MGM RECORDS - A DIVISION OF METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER, INC. - Made in U.S.A."
  • Notes: unique 2.75" diameter pressing ring which indicates an early pressing by H.V. Waddell, Burbank, California.

V6-5008, West Coast pressing

Verve V6-5008, 1968
stereo reissue without Emerson, West Coast 'late' pressing

Side 1: V6-5008 SIDE-1 MGS-558-REV
Side 2: V6-5008 SIDE-2 MGS-559

  • Stereo
  • Gatefold cover with banana sticker
  • Airbrushed Emerson
  • Blue/silver T Verve label
  • Song credits: L. Reed - J. Cale - S. Morrison - M. Tucker.
    Publishing credits: "All Selections Three Prong Music, Inc. BMI"
  • "MGM RECORDS - A DIVISION OF METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER, INC. - Made in U.S.A."
  • Notes: 2 pressing rings: one 2.875" diameter pressing ring and an outer ring at about 3.625" which indicates a later pressing by H.V. Waddell, Burbank, California.

V6-5008, Celebrity Series

Verve V6-5008, 1968
stereo Celebrity Series reissue

Side 1: ?
Side 2: ?

  • Stereo
  • Gatefold cover with banana sticker
  • Airbrushed Emerson
  • Blue/silver T Verve label with Celibrity Series printed at the bottom
  • Song credits: Reed - Cale - Morrison - Tucker.
    "Three Prong Music All Selections BMI".
  • "MGM RECORDS - A DIVISION OF METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER, INC. - Made in U.S.A."

V6-5008, Oakfield pressing

Verve V6-5008, post-1972
stereo reissue without Emerson, "Oakfied" pressing

Side 1: V6-5008 SIDE-1 MGS-558 REV
Side 2: V6-5008 SIDE-2 MGS-559-RE-1

  • Stereo
  • Gatefold cover with banana sticker
  • Airbrushed Emerson
  • Blue/silver T Verve label
  • Song credits: Reed - Cale - Morrison - Tucker.
    Publishing credits: all songs "Oakfield Avenue Music", except I'm Waiting For The Man "Three Prong Music", "All Selections BMI"
  • "MGM RECORDS - A DIVISION OF METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER, INC. - Made in U.S.A."
  • Notes: the label has pressing ring was 2.75" (with a faint small ring of 0.4375" next to the spindle hole), and a stamped 'K' shows up in the deadwax. After MGM shuttered its Bloomfield, NJ plant in 1971, they arranged for Pickwick-owned Keel Mfg. Corp. to press their LP's and 45's on the East Coast.

Verve V6-5008, post-1972
stereo reissue, "Hollywood" address pressing

Side 1: V6-5008 SIDE-1 MGS-558 REV
Side 2: V6-5008 SIDE-2 MGS-559-RE-1

  • Stereo
  • Glossy gatefold cover with glossy close-cut banana sticker - the excess margin is trimmed away
  • Airbrushed Emerson
  • Blue/silver T Verve label
  • Song credits: Lou Reed - John Cale - Sterling Morrison - Maureen Tucker.
    Publishing credits: all songs "Oakfield Avenue Music Company BMI", except I'm Waiting For The Man "Three Prong Music, Inc. BMI"
  • "MANUFACTURED BY MGM RECORDS, INC., 7165 SUNSET BOULEVARD, HOLLYWOOD, CALIF. 90046"

V6-5008, 1971

Verve V6-5008, post-1972
stereo reissue, "Hollywood" address pressing

Side 1: V6-5008 SIDE-1 MGS-558 REV
Side 2: V6-5008 SIDE-2 MGS-559-RE-1

  • Same pressing as the "close-cut banana sticker" edition.
  • Stereo
  • Gatefold cover with printed banana
  • Blue/silver T Verve label.
  • Song credits: Lou Reed - John Cale - Sterling Morrison - Maureen Tucker.
    Publishing credits: all songs "Oakfield Avenue Music Company BMI", except I'm Waiting For The Man "Three Prong Music, Inc. BMI"
  • "MANUFACTURED BY MGM RECORDS, INC., 7165 SUNSET BOULEVARD, HOLLYWOOD, CALIF. 90046"
  • Notes: the label diameter is 3.875" (a bit smaller than earlier editions) and the S mark engraved in the deadwax indicates this record was pressed by Shelley Products, Ltd., Huntington Station, NY, which began pressing for MGM upon PolyGram's acquisition of the label in 1972.

Verve V6-5008 | Black label

Verve V6-5008, post-1972

Side 1: V6-5008 SIDE-1 MGS-558 REV
Side 2: V6-5008 SIDE-2 MGS-559-RE-1

  • Stereo
  • Gatefold cover with printed banana
  • Black/silver T Verve label
  • Song credits: Lou Reed - John Cale - Sterling Morrison - Maureen Tucker.
    "Oakfield Avenue Music Company BMI"
  • "MANUFACTURED BY MGM RECORDS, INC., 7165 SUNSET BOULEVARD, HOLLYWOOD, CALIF. 90046"

V6-5008, 1973 white label

Verve MGM V6-5008, 1973

Side 1: V65008 MGS 558 1-11-1 PRC
Side 2: V65008 MGS 559 1-1-11 PRC

  • Stereo
  • Gatefold cover with printed banana. "Manufacted by MGM Record Division METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER inc, 1350 Avenue of the Americas, New York, New York 10019" inside the gatefold.
  • Black label. Some with white label with Verve and MGM lion logos in circles.

Verve Polydor V6-5008, 1975

  • Stereo
  • Gatefold cover with printed banana
  • Black label, distributed by Polydor
  • Some copies mispressed with mono side 2!

  Verve Polygram V6-5008, 197?
  • No gatefold cover with printed banana and "THE VELVET UNDERGROUND & NICO" printed in upper lef-hand corner
  • Back cover with airbrushed Emerson and credits
  • Blue/silver T Verve label
  • Some copies mispressed with both sides mono!

V6-5008, 1978 Verve Polydor Polygram V6-5008, 1978

Side 1: V-5008 MG-558-1-1-111-P PRC
Side 2: V5008 MG-559-1-1-11-

  • Stereo
  • No gatefold cover with printed banana and "THE VELVET UNDERGROUND & NICO" printed in upper lef-hand corner
  • Back cover with airbrushed Emerson, credits, and New York label address
  • Black/silver T Verve label
  • Some copies mispressed with both sides mono!

Verve Polygram Classics V6-5008, 1980

  • Stereo
  • Same as above with address at 55th St.
  • Black label with "Polygram Classics" printed
  • Also some copies with "mono/stereo" mastering mysteries.

Verve Polygram 422 823 290-1 Y-1, 1985

  • Digitally remastered
  • No gatefold. "Special Low Price" printed in lower left corner
  • Back cover computer bar coding, new remastering credit, distibuted by Polygram, no Warhol/Wilson production credits
  • Black Verve label without label address
  • Some copies came with the old catalog numbers V6-5008 on side 1 inner groove and V-5008 on side 2.

Verve Polygram 422-823 290-1 Y-1, 1985?

  • Digitally remastered
  • No gatefold. "Special Low Price" printed in lower left corner
  • Back cover computer bar coding, new remastering credit, distibuted by Polygram, no Warhol/Wilson production credits
  • Orange Polydor label with label address

replica

Verve V6-5008, 1998

Side 1: S 35947
Side 2: S 35948

  • Verve replica
  • Gatefold with printed banana
  • Back cover without Emerson
  • Blue/silver T Verve label with Hollywood label address - the blue is less dark than on original Verve pressings
  • Reissued in 2000 as limited edition of 500 copies on yellow vinyl - see below

yellow vinyl

Verve V6-5008, March 2000

Side 1: 3972 V65008 1(A) S 35947 RE
Side 2: 3972 V6 5008 1(B) S 35948 RE

  • Verve replica on yellow vinyl, limited edition of 500 copies.
  • Gatefold with printed banana
  • Back cover without Emerson
  • Blue/silver T Verve label with Hollywood label address - the blue is less dark than on original Verve pressings

V-5008 180gram

Verve V-5008, 2004
Mono High-Definition Premium Virgin Vinyl

Side 1:
Side 2:

  • "Finally The Original MONO VERSION - Limited Edition Classic LP - High-Definition Premium Virgin Vinyl Pressing For Super Fidelity".
  • Gatefold with printed banana
  • Back cover with Emerson

V6-5008 180gram

Verve V6-5008, 200?
180 gram High-Definition Premium Virgin Vinyl

Side 1:
Side 2:

  • "180 gram - Limited Edition Classic LP - High-Definition Premium Virgin Vinyl Pressing For Super Fidelity" sticker on shrinkwrap.
  • Gatefold with printed banana
  • Back cover without Emerson

4M154

4 Men With Beards 4M154, 2008
180 gram vinyl

Side 1:
Side 2:

  • "4 MEN WITH BEARDS 180 gram vinyl" sticker on shrinkwrap.
  • Gatefold with printed banana
  • Back cover without Emerson

Polydor 101 002 (label)

Polydor 101 002, ?
Polydor reissue

Side 1: THE VELVET UNDERGROUND & NICO A
Side 2: THE VELVET UNDERGROUND & NICO B

  • No gatefold, printed banana, replica of Polydor German cover with "STEREO 2459 358" printed on top right, barcode on backcover.
  • Insert with lyrics
  • Dark pink Polydor label
  • Exists as yellow fluo or red vinyl - both with same matrix numbers

Verve 823 290-1

Verve Universal 823 290-1, 2008

Side 1: ?
Side 2: ?

2008 US limited edition 11-track LP pressed on 180gram VIRGIN VINYL, issued as part of the 'Back To Black 60th Anniversary' series celebrating the 60th anniversary of the vinyl record. Includes a voucher to download an MP3 version of the album, superbly presented in gatefold sleeve with screenprinted vinyl peelable banana sticker, plus the original 'torso' back cover, with repro 'Verve' blue & silver labels).

Back cover reads 823 290-1 STEREO catalog number on top left, "© 1967 Universal Records, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc, 1755 Broadway, NY 10019 - USA. Distributed by Universal Music Distribution. All rights reserved. 823 290-1" at bottom, and has barcode on top right.

Also exists with black sticker without MP3 voucher.


Newbury Comics sticker

Verve Universal 823 290-1, December 2, 2014

Side 1: VU 823290 1 A1 M
Side 2: VU & NICO B MJ R 833-290-1B

Newbury Comics exclusive yellow and black split vinyl. Limited Edition of 1000.

Same cover as the 'Back To Black' 2008 Universal reissue with peelable banana, Emerson and additional 'Newbury Comics' sticker.


WHITE LIGHT/WHITE HEAT

Verve V-5046 (mono), V6-5046 (stereo), January 30, 1968

Side 1 :
1. White Light/White Heat (2:44)
2. The Gift (8:14)
3. Lady Godiva's Operation (4:52)
4. Here She Comes Now (2:00)

Side 2 :
5. I Heard Her Call My Name (4:05)
6. Sister Ray (17:00)

8.5 x 11inch blank back on semi-heavy paper Produced by Tom Wilson. Recording engineer: Gary Kellgren. Director of engineering: Val Valentin.

Cover photo: Billy Name. Liner photo: Mario Aniballi. Cover design: Acy R. Lehman. Cover concept: Andy Warhol.

Notes: original copies have the famous black on black skull tattoo printing on front cover. There are many variations on the back cover credits. Original edition credits Andy Warhol for cover concept, lists There She Comes Now instead of Here She Comes Now, and credits Lou Reed for lead guitar. Later issues have corrected credits, but Warhol is no more credited for cover concept. The non-skull pirate 70s edition has the "original" wrong credits. Some 70s reissues have mastering mistakes (stereo/mono).

White Light/White Heat is listed with both stereo and mono catalog numbers in "New Album Releases" in Billboard, February 24, 1968 (p. 64).
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Same issue of Billboard has White Light/White Heat in "Album Reviews" (p. 62).
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The album is listed in "Action Records - Albums - New Action LP's" in Billboard, March 9, 1968 (p. 60).
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White Light/White Heat appears twice in Billboard Top LP's charts.

Billboard Top LP's Charts

March 16, 1968 200 Google Books
March 23, 1968 199 Google Books

White Light/White Heat | Verve V-5046 | DJ Record yellow label

Verve V-5046, 1968
Disc Jockey Record, mono, East Coast pressing

Side 1: V 5046 SIDe1 MG1258
Side 2: V 5046 SIDe2 MG1259

  • Front cover with skull, V-5046 on bottom right.
  • Back cover reads There She Comes Now, Lou Reed lead guitar credit, and Warhol is credited for cover concept.
  • Spine reads from left to right, with front of cover facing upwards: WHITE LIGHT/WHITE HEAT THE VELVET UNDERGROUND VERVE V-5046.
  • Verve "jazz" inner sleeve.
  • Yellow/black T Verve label, "Disc Jockey Record" / "NOT FOR SALE".
  • Song credits: Reed - Morrison - Cale - Tucker
  • "Three Prong Music All Selections BMI". "MGM RECORDS - A DIVISION OF METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER, INC. - Made in U.S.A.".

V-5046 white label

Verve V-5046, 1968
White label promo, mono, West Coast pressing

Side 1: V-5046-S-1 MG-1258
Side 2: V-5046-S-2 MG-1259

  • Front cover with skull, V-5046 on bottom left.
  • Back Cover reads There She Comes Now, Lou Reed lead guitar credit, Andy Warhol is credited for cover concept.
  • Spine reads, from left to right: WHITE LIGHT/WHITE HEAT THE VELVET UNDERGROUND VERVE
  • Verve "jazz" inner sleeve.
  • White/black T Verve label, "NOT FOR SALE".
  • Song credits: L. Reed - S. Morrison - J. Cale - M. Tucker
  • "Three Prong Music BMI". "MGM RECORDS - A DIVISION OF METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER, INC - Made in U.S.A."

V6-5046 yellow label

Verve V6-5046, 1968
Disc Jockey Record, stereo, East Coast pressing

Side 1: V6-5046 SIDE-1 MGS-1258
Side 2: V6-5046 SIDE-2 MGS-1259

  • Front cover with skull, V6-5046 printed on top right.
  • Back cover reads There She Comes Now, Lou Reed lead guitar credit, and Warhol is credited for cover concept.
  • Spine reads from left to right, with front of cover facing upwards: V6-5046 WHITE LIGHT/WHITE HEAT THE VELVET UNDERGROUND VERVE
  • Yellow/black T Verve label, "STEREO", "Disc Jockey Record" / "NOT FOR SALE".
  • Song credits: Reed - Morrison - Cale - Tucker
  • "Three Prong Music All Selections BMI". "MGM RECORDS - A DIVISION OF METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER, INC. - Made in U.S.A.".

V6-5046 stock

Verve V6-5046, 1968
Original "Three Prong Music", stereo, East Coast pressing

Side 1: V6-5046 SIDE 1 MGS-1258
Side 2: V6-5046 SIDE 2 MGS-1259

  • Front cover with skull, V6-5046 on top left, STEREO on top right.
  • Back cover reads There She Comes Now, Lou Reed lead guitar credit, and Warhol is credited for cover concept.
  • Spine reads from left to right, with front of cover facing upwards: V6-5046 WHITE LIGHT/WHITE HEAT THE VELVET UNDERGROUND VERVE.
  • Blue/silver T Verve label. "Three Prong Music All Selections BMI". "MGM RECORDS - A DIVISION OF METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER, INC. - Made in U.S.A.".

Verve V6-5046 - West Coast pressing - label

Verve V6-5046, 1968
Original "Three Prong Music", stereo, West Coast pressing

Side 1: V6-5046 SIDE 1 MGS-1258
Side 2: V6-5046 SIDE 2 MGS-1259

  • Front cover with skull, V6-5046 on top left, STEREO on top right.
  • Back cover reads There She Comes Now, Lou Reed lead guitar credit, and Warhol is credited for cover concept.
  • Spine reads from left to right, with front of cover facing upwards: V6-5046 WHITE LIGHT/WHITE HEAT THE VELVET UNDERGROUND VERVE.
  • Song credits: L. Reed - J. Cale - S. Morrison - M. Tucker.
    "Three Pong Music BMI"
  • Blue/silver T Verve label. "Three Prong Music All Selections BMI". "MGM RECORDS - A DIVISION OF METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER, INC. - Made in U.S.A.". The label looks a bit different from above edition - the text on both sides of the T goes down lower. "Side 1" seems printed in a thicker size. The band name is certainly in a thicker/bigger size. Most of the text seems slightly bigger. It looks more like the text on this label of the mono white label promo.

Verve V6-5046, 19??
Reissue with corrected credits backcover, West Coast pressing

Side 1: V6-5046 SIDE 1 MGS-1258
Side 2: V6-5046 SIDE 2 MGS-1259

  • Front cover with skull, V6-5046 on top left, STEREO on top right.
  • Back cover reads Here She Comes Now, Lou Reed guitar credit, and fails to credit Warhol for cover concept.
  • Spine reads from left to right, with front of cover facing upwards: V6-5046 WHITE LIGHT/WHITE HEAT THE VELVET UNDERGROUND VERVE.
  • Song credits: Reed - Tucker - Morrison - Cale.
    Three Pong Music
  • Same record as above.

White Light / White Heat | Verve V6-5046 | East Coast pressing, with corrected credtits

Verve V6-5046, 19??
Reissue with corrected credits backcover, East Coast pressing

Side 1: V6-5046 SIDE 1 MGS-1258
Side 2: V6-5046 SIDE 2 MGS-1259

  • Front cover with skull, V6-5046 on top left, STEREO on top right.
  • Back cover reads Here She Comes Now, Lou Reed guitar credit, and fails to credit Warhol for cover concept.
  • Spine reads from left to right, with front of cover facing upwards: V6-5046 WHITE LIGHT/WHITE HEAT THE VELVET UNDERGROUND VERVE.
  • Song credits: Reed - Tucker - Morrison - Cale.
  • Publishing credits: All songs: Three Pong Music.
  • Blue/silver T Verve label. "Three Prong Music All Selections BMI". "MGM RECORDS - A DIVISION OF METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER, INC. - Made in U.S.A.".

White Light / White Heat | Verve V6-5046 | "Oakfield" edition

Verve V6-5046, post-1972
"Oakfield" reissue

Side 1: V5046 SIDe 1 MG1258
Side 2: V6-5046 SIDE-2 MGS-1259

  • Front cover with skull
  • Here She Comes Now, Lou Reed guitar credit, no Warhol credit. Mis-pasted cover with "V-5046" written upside down on lower right hand corner!!
  • Spine reads: WHITE LIGHT/WHITE HEAT THE VELVET UNDERGROUND VERVE. No catalog number!
  • Song credits: Reed - Tucker - Morrison - Cale.
  • Publishing credits: White Light/White Heat, Here She Comes Now, I Heard Her Call My Name, Sister Ray: "Oakfield Avenue Music". The Gift, Lady Godiva's Operation: "Three Prong Music".
  • Blue/silver T Verve label. "All Selections BMI". "MGM RECORDS - A DIVISION OF METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER, INC. - Made in U.S.A.".
  • Mispressed copy!! Side 1 is mono and side 2 stereo.

V-5046 mono stock copy

Verve V-5046, post-1972
Mono stock copy, Hollywood

Side 1: V 5046 SIDe1 MG1258
Side 2: V 5046 SIDe2 MG1259

  • "STEREO" sleeve with skull.
  • Back Cover reads There She Comes Now, Lou Reed lead guitar credit, Andy Warhol is credited for cover concept.
  • Blue/silver T Verve label. The label shows both the mono/stereo numbers but the number in the trail off is definitely V5046 not V6. "MANUFACTURED BY MGM RECORDS, INC., 7165 SUNSET BOULEVARD, HOLLYWOOD, CALIF. 90046".
  • Publishing credits: White Light/White Heat, Here She Comes Now, I Heard Her Call My Name, Sister Ray: "Oakfield Avenue Music". The Gift, Lady Godiva's Operation: "Three Prong Music".

Verve V6-5046, post-1972
black label "Hollywood" reissue

Side 1: 'k' V6-5046 MGS 1258
Side 2: k V-5046 MG1259

  • Front cover with skull, V6-5046 on top left.
  • Back cover has V/V6-5046 on top right and V-5046 written upside down on lower right hand corner. It reads There She Comes Now, Lou Reed lead guitar credit, Warhol credit.
  • Spine reads: V6-5046 WHITE LIGHT/WHITE HEAT THE VELVET UNDERGROUND VERVE.
  • Black Verve label with Hollywood label address.
  • Another mispressing!! Side 1 is stereo and side 2 mono.

Verve V6-5046 - black Verve label

Verve V6-5046, post-1972
black label "Hollywood" reissue (alternate)

Side 1: V6 5046 MGS 1258
Side 2: V 5046 SIDE 2 MG 1259

  • No skull, V6-5046 on top left, STEREO on top right.
  • Back cover has V/V6-5046 on top right. It reads There She Comes Now, Lou Reed lead guitar credit, no Warhol credit.
  • Spine reads: V6-5046 WHITE LIGHT/WHITE HEAT THE VELVET UNDERGROUND VERVE.
  • Black Verve label with Hollywood label address, with both the mono/stereo numbers. "MANUFACTURED BY MGM RECORDS, INC., 7165 SUNSET BOULEVARD, HOLLYWOOD, CALIF. 90046".
  • Song credits: White Light/White Heat, Lady Godiva's Operation, I Heard Her Call My Name: "Lou Reed". The Gift, Here She Comes Now, Sister Ray: "L. Reed - S. Morrison - J. Cale - M. Tucker".
  • Publishing credits: White Light/White Heat, Here She Comes Now, I Heard Her Call My Name: "Oakfield Avenue Music Company - BMI". The Gift, Lady Godiva's Operation, Sister Ray: "Three Prong Music - BMI".
  • Yet another mispressing!! Side 1 is stereo and side 2 mono.

counterfeit

Verve V6-5046, early 70s
"Counterfeit" reissue

Side 1: V6-5046 SIDE 1 MGS-1258
Side 2: V6-5046 SIDE 2 MGS-1259

  • No skull.
  • Back cover reads There She Comes Now, Lou Reed lead guitar credit, Warhol credit. Back picture has almost no grey scale.
  • Spine fails to mention The Velvet Underground (!) and reads: V6-5046 WHITE LIGHT/WHITE HEAT VERVE.
  • Blue/silver T Verve label with a slightly different lettering from original Verve label.
  • This edition is rumored to be a pirate.

Verve Polygram 422-825 119-1 Y-1 | label

Verve Polygram 422-825 119-1 Y-1, 1985
Polygram reissue

Side 1: 422 825 - 119.1.AS - HRM
Side 2: 422 825 ­ 119.1 - BS - HRM

Front cover with skull. Special Low Price printed on lower left corner.

Back cover reads Here She Comes Now, Lou Reed guitar credit, fails to credit Warhol for cover concept and has a barcode.

"Kurt Loder" inner sleeve.

Dark grey Verve label with silver T. "VERVE RECORDS, MANUFACTURED AND MARKETED BY POLYGRAM RECORDS, INC., 810 SEVENTH AVENUE, NEW YORK, N.Y. 10019".

Remastered. Also available as cassette (825 119-4 Y-12).


Polydor 101 003

Polygram Polydor 101003, 1996
Polydor reissue

no matrix number

Front cover without skull.

Back cover with barcode on top right, Here She Comes Now, no credits.

Red Polydor label. "MANUFACTURED BY POLYDOR INCORPORATED, NEW YORK, N.Y."


replica

Verve V6-5046, 1998
Replica

Side 1: V6 5046 S 36637 RE-1
Side 2: V6 5046-1 S-36638 (B)

Replica of the "corrected credits" Verve edition.

Front cover with skull, the title font (Kabel) is slightly different from the original one (Eras).

Back cover reads Here She Comes Now, Lou Reed guitar credit, and Warhol credit.

Spine reads: WHITE LIGHT/WHITE HEAT THE VELVET UNDERGROUND VERVE V6-5046.

Blue/silver T Verve label with Hollywood label address, and without album title!


V6-5046 180g

Verve V6-5046, 2000
180 gram High-Definition Premium Virgin Vinyl

Side 1: -
Side 2: -

"180 gram - Limited Edition Classic LP - High-Definition Premium Virgin Vinyl Pressing For Super Fidelity" sticker on shrinkwrap.


V6-5046 HQ colored vinyl

Verve V6-5046, 2002
"Collectors limited edition high quality colored vinyl"

Same as 1998 replica but in white vinyl. "collectors limited edition high quality colored vinyl" pasted on shrink wrap.


4 Men With Beards 4M 155, 2008
180 gram

"4 MEN WITH BEARDS 180 gram vinyl" sticker on shrinkwrap.


The Velvet UndergroundTHE VELVET UNDERGROUND

MGM SE-4617 (stereo), April 1969

Side 1 :
1. Candy Says (4:02)
2. What Goes On (4:52)
3. Some Kinda Love (4:00)
4. Pale Blue Eyes (5:38)
5. Jesus (3:22)
Side 2 :
6. Beginning To See The Light (4:38)
7. I'm Set Free (4:01)
8. That's The Story Of My Life (1:56)
9. The Murder Mystery (8:53)
10. Afterhours (2:07)

Director of engineering: Val Valentin

Photos: Billy Name. Art direction: Dick Smith.

The original US pressing offers Lou Reed's 'closet' mix. All pressings have A-side label which lists What Goes On as 3:35 instead of 4:52 as correctly listed on back cover. Some pressings have "All Selections Published By Virpi. Inc.-BMI" printed on label, other ones have "All Selections Published By Virpi. Inc. (ASCAP)".

The Velvet Underground is listed in "Album Reviews - 4 Star - Popular" in Billboard, April 12, 1969 (p. 52).
Google Books

It also appears in "Programming Aids - Other Picks" section in Billboard, April 19, 1969 (p. 36): "PROGRESSIVE ROCK - Jeff Starr, Worcester, Mass., WORC, BP: "Candy Says," Velvet Underground, Verve."
Google Books

The record is also listed as part of the "New Album Releases" section in Billboard, May 3, 1969 (p. 54).
Google Books

The Velvet Underground LP appears as part of a MGM full-page ad in Billboard, August 23, 1969 (p. T-8).
Google Books


yellow label

MGM SE-4617, 1969
Yellow label promo

Side 1: SE-4617 SIDE-1 MGS-1824 REV FINAL
Side 2: SE-4617 SIDE-2 MGS-1825 REV FINAL

  • Orange/black "DJ / NOT FOR SALE" sticker on front cover.
  • MGM inner sleeve
  • MGM "SPECIAL DISC JOCKEY RECORD Not For Sale" yellow label.
  • "Virpi, Inc.-BMI".

white label

MGM SE-4617, 1969
White label promo

Side 1: SE 4617 side 1 MGS 1824 rev sp
Side 2: SE 4617 S-2 MGS-1825 SPECIAL REV

  • DJ sticker on cover.
  • MGM inner sleeve.
  • White label "NOT FOR SALE" with ASCAP publishing credits.
  • offers Lou's closet mix, but a different mastering, a dryer sound than the yellow label promo or any of the stock issues.

BMI edition

MGM SE-4617, 19??
BMI edition

Side 1: SE-4617 SIDE-1 MGS-1824 REV FINAL
Side 2: SE-4617 S-2 MGS-1825 FIN REV-1

Blue/gold MGM label, "SE4617" and "MGS 1824/25" printed on the right side of the label, "Virpi Inc.-BMI".


MGM SE-4617, 19??
Alternate BMI edition

Side 1: SE-4617 SIDE-1 MGS-1824 REV FINAL
Side 2: SE-4617 SIDE-2 MGS-1825 REV FINAL

Blue/gold MGM label, "SE4617" and "MGS 1824/25" printed on the right side of the label, "Virpi Inc.-BMI". MGM inner sleeve.


MGM SE-4617, 19??
Alternate BMI edition

Side 1: SE4617 Side1 MGS 1824 Rev. SP.
Side 2: SE4617 Side2 MGS 1825 Rev. SP.

Blue/gold MGM label, "SE4617" and "MGS 1824/25" printed on the right side of the label, "Virpi Inc.-BMI".


ASCAP label

MGM SE-4617, 19??
ASCAP edition

Side 1: SE4617 Side1 MGS1824 Rev.BP
Side 2: SE-4617 S-2 MGS-1825 SPECIAL REV

  • MGM inner sleeve.
  • Blue/gold MGM label with different lettering, "SE 4617" printed on the left side of the label under "STEREO", "Virpi, Inc.-(ASCAP)".

Verve Polygram 422-815 454-1 Y-1 | Label

Verve Polygram 422-815 454-1 Y-1, 1985
Polygram reissue

Dark grey Verve label with silver T. "VERVE RECORDS, MANUFACTURED AND MARKETED BY POLYGRAM RECORDS, INC., 810 SEVENTH AVENUE, NEW YORK, N.Y. 10019".

Val Valentin's mix.


2000 reissue

MGM SE-4617, 2000
Replica

Side 1: 3972 - SE 4617 - 1 (A) S 42206
Side 2: 3972 - SE 4617 - 1 (B) S 42207

  • Replica of US original cover - no "Printed in U.S.A." at bottom left however.
  • Yellow/black MGM label.
  • Val Valentin's mix. Back cover and label erroneously list Some Kinda Love as 3:35 which is the Lou Reed's mix take duration - the Valentin take is actually 4:00.

MGM SE-4617, 2002
Collectors limited edition high quality colored vinyl

Same as above but in blue vinyl. "collectors limited edition high quality colored vinyl" pasted on shrink wrap.


MGM SE-4617 180gram

MGM SE-4617, 2005
180 gram High-Definition Premium Virgin Vinyl

"180 gram - Limited Edition Classic LP - High-Definition Premium Virgin Vinyl Pressing For Superfidelity - The Nicest Thing You Can Do For You Stylus And Your Ears" black/gold sticker pasted on shrink wrap.


4 Men With Beards 4M156, 2008
180 gram vinyl

Side 1:
Side 2:

"4 MEN WITH BEARDS 180 gram vinyl" sticker on shrinkwrap.


SD 9034LOADED

Cotillion SD 9034, November 1970

Side 1:
1. Who Loves The Sun (2:50)
2. Sweet Jane (3:55)
3. Rock & Roll (4:47)
4. Cool It Down (3:05)
5. New Age (5:20)
Side 2:
6. Head Held High (2:52)
7. Lonesome Cowboy Bill (2:48)
8. I Found A Reason (4:15)
9. Train Round The Bend (3:20)
10. Oh! Sweet Nuthin' (7:23)

Recorded at Atlantic Studio, New York, N.Y. Recording engineers: Adrain Barber & Geoffrey Haslam. Re-mix engineer: Geoffrey Haslam. Production: Geoffrey Haslam, Shel Kagan & The Velvet Underground.

Cover illustration & design: Stanislaw Zagorski. Backliner photo: Henri Ter Hall.

Loaded is often listed as a September 1970 release, but it clearly appears as part of the November releases in a full-page Atlantic/ATCO/Cotillion ad published in Billboard, November 21, 1970 (p. 20).
Google Books

The album is briefly reviewed in Record World, November 21, 1970. Also in Special Merit Picks section in Billboard, November 28, 1970 (p. 54).
Google Books

It's also listed in New Album Relesases in Billboard, December 5, 1970 (p. 60). Same issue mentions the Ampex release as Cotillion (8) M89034, (C) M59034 in the New Tape CARtridge Relesases section (p. 25).
Google Books

Loaded did not enter the charts but is listed in Bubbling Under The TOP LP's section in Billboard, January 30, 1971 (p. 48).
Google Books


white label promo

Cotillion SD 9034, 1970

Side 1: ST-CTN-702029-A
Side 2: ST-CTN-702030-A

Sample copy.

Cotillion/Embryo catalog inner sleeve.

White Cotillion label, "SAMPLE COPY" / "NOT FOR SALE".
"MFG. BY ATLANTIC RECORDING CORP., 1841 BROADWAY, NEW YORK, N.Y.".

Also exists as mono pressing, with no STEREO on label, no ST on label matrix numbers, with a mono mastering for radio stations, with compressed sound. Also exists in plain white sleeve with "VELVET UNDERGROUND" stamped in red.


 

Cotillion SD 9034, 1970

Side 1: ST-CTN-702029-A
Side 2: ST-CTN-702030-A

Original stock copy.

Cotillion/Embryo catalog or brown Atlantic inner sleeve.

Pale blue/grey Cotillion label.
"MFG. BY ATLANTIC RECORDING CORP., 1841 BROADWAY, NEW YORK, N.Y.".


blue/grey label

Cotillion SD 9034, mid-70s

Side 1: ST-CTN-702029-B
Side 2: ST-CTN-702030-B

Brown "The Atlantic Group" inner sleeve.

Pale blue/grey Cotillion label.
"MFG. BY ATLANTIC RECORDING CORP., 75 ROCKFELLER PLAZA, N.Y., N.Y.".


pink/purple label

Cotillion SD 9034, late-70s

Side 1: ST-CTN-702029-A
Side 2: ST CTN 702030 C

Same cover as original edition.

White/light pink "ATLANTIC, ATCO, COTILLION AND CUSTOM LABELS" inner sleeve.

Pink/purple Cotillion label.
"MFG. BY ATLANTIC RECORDING CORP., 75 ROCKFELLER PLAZA, N.Y., N.Y. A WARNER COMMUNICATIONS COMPANY".


Rhino reissue

Cotillion SD 9034, 2001

Side 1: 5032 - SD 9034 - 1 (A) S-45682
Side 2: 5032 - SD 9034 - 1 (B) S-45683

Reissue. "Manufactured by Rhino Records. Produced under license from Atlantic Recording Corp.; exclusively distributed by Scorpio Music, Inc.".

Cover is a fine (printed, not pasted) replica of the original edition - there is however a minor variation: it doesn't carry "Printed in U.S.A.".

Neutral white inner sleeve.

Pink/purple Cotillion label.


HQ colored vinyl

Cotillion SD 9034, 2004

Side 1: -
Side 2: -

Reissue. Same as above but pressed on red vinyl. "COLLECTORS LIMITED EDITION HIGH QUALITY COLORED VINYL" sticker pasted on shrink wrap.


SD9034 180gram

Cotillion SD 9034, 2008

Side 1: -
Side 2: -

Reissue. "High Definition Premium 180 gram Virgin Vinyl". Manufactured by Rhino Records. Produced under license from Atlantic Recording Corp.; exclusively distributed by Scorpio Music, Inc.


 

Rhino Cotillion R1-9034, April 19, 2014

Side 1: R1-9034-A
Side 2: R1-9034-B

Record Store Day 2014 Exclusive Release

Limited run of 3000 on pink, black and white splatter vinyl of the 1970 Cotillion Records release.

Blue marble Cotillion label.


Loaded | Newbury Comics edition | sticker

Cotillion R1-9034, June 3, 2016

Side 1: R1-9034-A G-1 Rn S-88849
Side 2: R1-9034-B G-1 Rn S-88850

A Newbury Comics exclusive color vinyl pressing. Album includes bonus flexi-disc featuring the demo version of Rock And Roll from the 45th anniversary box set.

"NEWBURY COMICS | EXCLUSIVE LIMITED EDITION | WHO LOVES THE SUN YELLOW VINYL | PLUS EXCLUSIVE FLEXIDISC FEAT. "ROCK & ROLL (DEMO)" FROM LOADED RE-LOADED 45TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION BOX SET | 1,000 PIECES"

Blue marble Cotillion label.


MGM GAS-131

VELVET UNDERGROUND

Golden Archives Series MGM GAS-131, November 1970

Side 1:
1. Candy Says (4:09)
2. Sunday Morning (2:53)
3. Femme Fatale (2:35)
4. White Light/White Heat (2:44)
5. Jesus (3:24)
Side 2:
6. Heroin (7:05)
7. Beginning To See The Light (4:48)
8. I'm Set Free (4:05)
9. Here She Comes Now (2:00)
10. Afterhours (2:05)

Part of the Golden Archive Series, a reissue series which lasted only one year - 1970 - and was comprised of greatest hits packages from the MGM, Verve, and MGM-distributed labels.

Previously released on V6-5046, V6-5008 and SE-4617. Designed by N. Jobst - Maurer Productions West. Manufactured by MGM Record Corporation, 7165 Sunset Boulevard, Hollywood, California 90046. Distributed by trc.

Blue/gold MGM label. Promotional editions also exist with either "Special Disc Jockey Record" yellow label or "DJ" white label.

The record is reviewed in "Special Merit Picks - Popular" section in Billboard, November 14, 1970 (p. 34).
Google Books

It's also listed in New Album Releases in Billboard, December 5, 1970 (p. 60).
Google Books

The album is reissued on January 21, 2014 by Sundazed Music.


white label

Golden Archives Series MGM GAS-131, August 1970
White label counterpart

Side 1: GAS 131 MGS 2396-1 18 AuG '70
Side 2: GAS 131 MGS 2397-1 18 AUG '70

Orange/black DJ NOT FOR SALE sticker. White MGM label "NOT FOR SALE"


yellow label

Golden Archives Series MGM GAS-131, August 1970
Special Disc Jockey Record

Side 1: GAS 131 MGS 2396 8/18/70
Side 2: GAS 131 MGS 2397 18 AUG '70

Orange/black DJ sticker. Yellow MGM label "SPECIAL DISC JOCKEY RECORD Not For Sale"


label

Golden Archives Series MGM GAS-131, August 1970
regular stock copy

Side 1: K GAS 131 MGS 2396 8/18/70
Side 2: K GAS 131 MGS 2397 18 AUG '70

Blue/gold MGM label.


 

Sundazed / Universal Records LP 5466/B0019193, January 21, 2014
sundazed reissue

2014 Sundazed reissue, with new liner notes by David Fricke on back cover. Also released on CD.


Live At Max's... LIVE AT MAX'S KANSAS CITY
Cotillion SD 9500 (mono), May 30, 1972

Side 1 :
1. I'm Waiting For The Man (4:00)
2. Sweet Jane (4:52)
3. Lonesome Cowboy Bill (3:41)
4. Beginning To See The Light (5:00)
Side 2 :
5. I'll Be Your Mirror (1:55)
6. Pale Blue Eyes (5:38
7. Sunday Morning (2:43)
8. New Age (5:58)
9. Femme Fatale (2:29)
10. Afterhours (2:05)

1, intro 2, 3, 4, 8 : Max's Kansas City, NYC, 1st set, August 23, 1970 (aka July 26, 1970)
2, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10 : Max's Kansas City, NYC, 2nd set, August 23, 1970.

promo acetateLou Reed: rythm guitar & lead vocals; Sterling Morrison: lead & rythm guitars; Doug Yule: bass & vocals; Bill Yule: drums.

Recording: Brigid Polk. Editing and production supervision: Geoff Haslam. Album coordination: Mark Meyerson.

Art direction & design: Richard Mantel. Photography: Fred Lombardi. Illustration: Doug Johnson.

This is a mono recording as stated on back cover - "This album was recorded in mono...". Some copies of this budget release are correctly marked on the label "MONO", some say "STEREO", some "STEREO" in light blue with a big black "MONO" stamped on top of it! And there's possibly an US issue with the green/red/white Atlantic label.

Live At Max's Kansas City is listed as part of the "New Releases from Atlantic" full-page ad in Billboard, June 24, 1972 (p. 11).
Google Books


white label

Cotillion SD 9500, 1972

Side 1: CTN-13951-A
Side 2: CTN-13952-A

"PROMOTIONAL · d/j monaural · NOT FOR SALE" orange/black sticker on front cover.

White "SAMPLE COPY NOT FOR SALE" Cotillion label.
"MFG. BY ATLANTIC RECORDING CORP., 1841 BROADWAY, NEW YORK, N.Y.".


blue marble label

Cotillion SD 9500, 1972

Side 1: CTN-13951-A
Side 2: CTN-13952 A

"PROMOTIONAL COPY NOT FOR SALE" printed in dark blue on white sticker on front cover. Atlantic ATCO Cotillion "ROCK" inner sleeve. Marble grey/pale blue Cotillion label.


Cotillion SD 9500, 19??

Side 1: CTN-13951- A-1 (PR)P
Side 2: CTN-13952 A-1 (PR)P

Marble grey/pale blue Cotillion label.


Cotillion SD 9500, 19??

Side 1: ST-CTN 722487-Z
Side 2: ST-CTN-722488-Z

Brown Atlantic inner sleeve. Marble Cotillion label.


purple label

Cotillion SD 9500, 19??

Side 1: CTN-13951-AA
Side 2: CTN-13952-AA

Brown Atlantic inner sleeve. Purple Cotillion label without "STEREO".


purple label w/ STEREO

Cotillion SD 9500, 19??

Side 1: ST-CTN 722487-Z
Side 2: ST-CTN-722488-Z

White Atlantic inner sleeve. Purple Cotillion label with "STEREO".


Rhino reissue

Cotillion SD 9500, 2001

Side 1: 5032 - SD 9500 - 1 (A) SD 9500 S-46871
Side 2: 5032 - SD 9500 - 1 (B) S-46872

Reissue. "Manufactured by Rhino Records. Produced under license from Atlantic Recording Corp.; exclusively distributed by Scorpio Music, Inc.".


SD 9500 HQ colored vinyl

Cotillion SD 9500, 2004

Side 1: -
Side 2: -

"Collectors Limited Edition. High Quality Colored Vinyl". "Manufactured by Rhino Records. Produced under license from Atlantic Recording Corp.; exclusively distributed by Scorpio Music, Inc.". Green vinyl.


SD 9500 180gram

Cotillion SD 9500, 200?

Side 1: -
Side 2: -

Reissue. "High Definition Premium 180 gram Virgin Vinyl". Manufactured by Rhino Records. Produced under license from Atlantic Recording Corp.; exclusively distributed by Scorpio Music, Inc.


Pride PRD-0022

LOU REED AND THE VELVET UNDERGROUND
THAT'S THE STORY OF MY LIFE

PRIDE PRD-0022, 1973

Side 1:
1. That's The Story Of My Life (2:05)
2. Sister Ray (17:00)
3. Lady Godiva's Operation (4:52)
Side 2:
4. Heroin (7:05)
5. Sunday Morning (2:53)
6. All Tomorrow's Parties (5:55)
7. There She Goes Again (2:30)
8. White Light/White Heat (2:44)
9. Femme Fatale (2:35)

Pride was one of the many MGM spinoffs.

Produced for Reissue by Michael Viner. All selections previously released on albums SE-4617, V6-5008, V6-5046. Manufactured by MGM Records, Inc., 7165 Sunset Boulevard, Hollywood, California 90046.

All editions mispel Tucker as "Tucken" on the label for Sister Ray credits.

This album is famous for his excellent mastering - especially of Sister Ray and Lady Godiva's Operation - according to Mike Kostek's The Velvet Underground Handbook.

The album is reviewed in "Billboard's Top Album Picks - also recommended" section in Billboard, May 5, 1973. It's also listed several times in Billboard "Bubbling Under The Top LP's" section: #208 on May 19, 1973, #207 on May 26, 1973, #205 on June 2, 1973 and #215 on June 9, 1973.


white label

Pride PRD-0022
White label Special Disc Jockey Record

Side 1: PRD 0022 MGS 3164
Side 2: PRD 0022 MGS 3165

Orange/black "DJ NOT FOR SALE" sticker pasted on back cover.

White "Special Disc Jocker Record NOT FOR SALE" Pride label. "Side 1" is printed on the right side, "PRD 0022" on the left side.


stock label

Pride PRD-0022
Stock copy

Side 1: PRD 0022 MGS 3164
Side 2: PRD 0022 MGS 3165

Pale orange Pride label.


MGM Pride PRD-022 - alt. promo label

Pride PRD-0022
Alternate white label Special Disc Jockey Record

Side 1: PRD 0022 MGS 3164
Side 2: PRD 0022 MGS 3165

White/red "PROMO | COPY | NOT | FOR | RESALE" sticker pasted on backcover.

White "Special Disc Jockey Record NOT FOR SALE" white label. No That's The Story Of My Life subtitle, "Side 1" is printed on the left side, "PRD-0022" on the right side.


MGM PRD-0022 - label

Pride PRD-0022
Alternate stock copy

Side 1: PRD 0022 MGS 3164
Side 2: PRD 0022 MGS 3165

Pale orange Pride label, without That's The Story Of My Life Story subtitle.


1969

1969 VELVET UNDERGROUND LIVE

Mercury SRM 2-7504, April 1974

Side 1 :
1. Waiting for My Man (7:00)
2. Lisa Says (5:46)
3. What Goes On (8:47)
4. Sweet Jane (3:58)
Side 2 :
5. We're Gonna Have A Real Good Time Together (3:12)
6. Femme Fatale (3:01)
7. New Age (6:31)
8. Rock and Roll (6:00)
9. Beginning To See The Light (5:26)

Side 3 :
10. Ocean (10:46)
11. Pale Blue Eyes ( 5:50)
12. Heroin (9:42)

Side 4 :
13. Some Kinda Love (4:44)
14. Over You (2:15)
15. Sweet Bonnie Brown/It's Just Too Much (7:50)
16. White Light/White Heat (8:32)
17. I'll Be Your Mirror (2:17)

1, 6, 11, 17 & intro 13 : End of Cole Ave, Dallas, Texas, October 19, 1969 / 2-5, 7-10, 12-16 : The Matrix, San Francisco, California, November 1969.

A and R: Paul Nelson. Mastering by Gilbert Kong.

Art direction illustration and design: Ernst Thormalen. Some editions have the inside picture with Moe and Sterling faces retouched.

Backcover liner notes: Paul Nelson. Inside gatefold liner notes: Elliott Murphy.

The album is listed as part of the "New LP/Tape Releases" section in Billboard, May 4, 1974.

The album is listed several times in Billboard "Bubbling Under The Top LP's" section: #205 on April 27, 1974, #205 on May 5, #201 on May 11, #201 on May 18, #203 on May 25, #203 on June 1, and #205 on June 8, 1974.


promo copy

Mercury SRM-7504, USA, 1974

Side 1: SRM-2-7504-A-CT1
Side 2: SRM-2-7504-B-CT1
Side 3: SRM-2-7504-C-PR2
Side 4: SRM-2-7504-D-CT1

Some copies have unretouched inside picture, some others have retouched faces. White Mercury labels with "PROMOTIONAL COPY NOT FOR SALE" printed on top. Some copies have sides A & B with white promotional labels and sides C & D with regular red stock copy labels.


original red label

Mercury SRM-7504, USA, 1974

Side 1: SRM-2-7504-A-CT7
Side 2: SRM-2-7504-B-PR2
Side 3: SRM-2-7504 C-PR2
Side 4: SRM-2-7504-D-CT7

"2 Record Set - Special price / Contains 103 minutes of music" printed in upper left-hand corner. Some copies have unretouched cover, some others have retouched picture. Mercury green & white inner sleeve. Red Mercury label with small Philips/Mercury/Vertigo logos at the bottom of the label. "Manufactured and distributed by Phonogram, Inc." printed on label.


SRM-7504 (alternate)

Mercury SRM-7504, USA, 19??

Side A: R 204523 A 1
Side B: R 204523 B 1
Side C: R 204523 C 1
Side D: R 204523 D 1

"2 Record Set - Special price / Contains 103 minutes of music" printed in upper left-hand corner. Mercury green & white inner sleeve. Red Mercury label with small Philips/Mercury/Vertigo logos at the bottom of the label. "Manufactured and distributed by Phonogram, Inc." is NOT printed on label as the other editions. The matrix numbers are printed also on top of each side of the label (in attached the side A), but the numbers on side C and D have "2" instead of "1" (SIDE C: R 204523 C 2, SIDE D: R 204523 D 2); the four groove matrix numbers ended always with "1".


alternate red label

Mercury SRM-7504, USA, 19??

Side 1: SRM-2-7504-A-CP4
Side 2: SRM-2-7504-B-CP3
Side 3: SRM-2-7504-C-CP4
Side 4: SRM-2-7504-D-CP3

"2 Record Set - Special price / Contains 103 minutes of music" printed in upper left-hand corner. Retouched inside picture. Red Mercury label with bigger Mercury/Philips/Vertigo logos as compared with the previous edition. "Manufactured and distributed by Phonogram, Inc." printed on label.


'skyscrapers' label

Mercury SRM-7504, USA, 19??

Side 1: SRM-2-7504-A-PR2
Side 2: SRM-2-7504-B-CT7
Side 3: SRM-2-7504 C-PR2
Side 4: SRM-2-7504-D-CT7

"2 Record Set - Special price / Contains 103 minutes of music" printed in upper left-hand corner. Mercury blue & white inner sleeve. Mercury "skyscrapers" label. "Manufactured by Phonogram, Inc., A Polygram Company. Distributed by Phonodisc, Inc." printed on label.


dark grey label

Mercury SRM-7504, USA, around 1985

Side 1: SRM-2-7504- A - K
Side 2: SRM-2-7504- B - K
Side 3: SRM-2-7504- C - K
Side 4: SRM-2-7504- D - Keel

No-gatefold edition with 2 records in a single sleeve. Front cover is framed with a dark green border with "2-RECORD SET" printed on top left. Back cover is redesigned with credits, liner notes by Paul Nelson and Elliott Murphy, and no barcode. It says: "ALSO AVAILABLE ON CASSETTE (MCR-2-7504)". Dark grey Mercury label. "Manufactured and Marketed by PolyGram Records, Inc." printed on label.


Redesigned cover

Mercury PolyGram 422-826284-1, USA, 1987

Side A: A-1 826-284-1A
Side B: A-1 826-284-1-B
Side C: A-2 826-284-1C
Side D: A-2 826-284-1D
each side has also "MASTERED BY TRUTONE-pa·4-87" in the matrix.

No-gatefold edition with 2 records in a single sleeve. Front cover is framed with a dark green border with "2-RECORD SET" printed on top left. Back cover is redesigned with credits, liner notes by Paul Nelson and Elliott Murphy, and barcode on top right. It says: "ALSO AVAILABLE ON CASSETTE (826 284-4 M-1) AND COMPACT DISC (826 284-2 M-1)". The spine reads the Polygram catalog number "826 284-1 M-2". Dark grey Mercury labels - first record has the old SRM numbers on the labels and the second record has the new Polygram numbers!


Mercury 6643 017, USA, 1999

Side A: -
Side B: -
Side C: -
Side D: -

Reissue in cover replica of German edition.


Universal Music Special Market / Original Recordings Group ORG 36, USA, 2010

Volume 1. Remastered edition - mastering by Bernie Grundman.

The record comes in a gatefold cover with a large black sheet which reads "The Velvet Underground | Live 1969 Vol. 1".

Exists also as "Limited Edition White Vinyl".


Universal Music Special Market / Original Recordings Group ORG 37, USA, 2010

Volume 2. Remastered edition - mastering by Bernie Grundman.

The record comes in a gatefold cover with a large black sheet which reads "The Velvet Underground | Live 1969 Vol. 2".

Exists also as "Limited Edition White Vinyl".


ArchetypesARCHETYPES/THE VELVET UNDERGROUND

MGM Records ARCHETYPES M3F-4950, 1974

Side 1 :
1. White Light/White Heat (2:44)
2. The Gift (8:14)
3. Lady Godiva's Operation (4:52)
4. Here She Comes Now (2:00)

Side 2 :
5. I Heard Her Call My Name (4:05)
6. Sister Ray (17:00)

White Light/White Heat reissue in MGM's Archetypes series, with different cover of two people standing in front of a Woolworth's store wearing motorcycle helmet.

Produced by Tom Wilson. Recording engineer: Gary Kellgran. Director of engineering: Val Valentin. Research & liner notes by Tony Cohan. Design & photography: Plug In: Ave Pildas, Miles Tilton, Nancy Young. Kitchen & coordination: Walter Wanger Jr.


DJ white label

Archetypes MGM M3F-4950
Archetypes DJ copy

Side 1: M3F-4950-1
Side 2: M3F-4950-2

Orange/black "DJ NOT FOR SALE" sticker pasted on cover. White MGM label, with "Special Disc Jockey Record NOT FOR SALE" printed on the left side.


M3F-4950

Archetypes MGM M3F-4950
MGM RECORDS edition

Side 1: M3F-4950-1
Side 2: M3F-4950-2

Blue/gold MGM label. Catalog number printed on label is "M3F-4950". "MANUFACTURED BY MGM RECORDS, INC., 7165 SUNSET BOULEVARD, HOLLYWOOD, CALIF, 90046"


SW-95722

Archetypes MGM SW-95722
LONGINES SYMPHONETTE edition

Side 1: SW1 95722 RI
Side 2: SW2 95722 RI-1

Rear cover has a small "95722" printed on top right corner. Blue/gold MGM label. Catalog number printed on label is "SW-95722". "Mfg. BY LONGINES SYMPHONETTE SYMPHONETTE SQUARE NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. 10810".


VUVU

Verve Polygram 823 721-1 Y-1, February 1985

Side 1 :
1. I Can't Stand It (3:21)
2. Stephanie Says (2:49)
3. She's My Best Friend (2:47)
4. Lisa Says (2:53)
5. Ocean (5:10)
Side 2 :
6. Foggy Notion (6:41)
7. Inside Your Heart (2:30)
8. One Of These Days (3:50)
9. Andy's Chest (2:49)
10. I'm Sticking With You (2:26)

1 : May 20, 1969 / 2 : February 13, 1968 / 3 : May 14, 1969 / 4 : October 1, 1969 / 5 : June 19, 1969 / 6 : May 6, 1969 / 7 : February 14, 1969 / 8 : September 23, 1969 / 9, 10 : May 13, 1969.

"A collection of previously unreleased recordings". All recordings originally produced by The Velvet Underground. Recordings mixed June 1984 except Ocean, mixed June 1969. Executive producer: Bill Levenson. Mixed and engineered by Michael Barbiero at Mediasound, NYC. Assisted by Don Cuminale, Andy Hoffman, Steve Rinkoff. Mastered by Greg Calbi at Sterling Sound, NYC.

Design: Larry Kazal. Photography: front, Tobi Seftel; back, Nat Finkelstein.

Liner notes: Bill Levenson, Kurt Loder.

Some copies have a gold promo sticker on back cover. Pre-release cassette sent to radio stations contained what was to be the original version of the album, with different mixes and with Ferryboat Bill in place of Ocean (version different from the Another View one).


label

Verve Polygram 823 721-1 Y-1

Side 1: 422-823-721-1-AS-XXXX-ALD O B-20464-ALD SLM 8519 1-1
Side 2: 422 823 721-1-BS-ALD O B-20465-ALD SLM 8519-X 1-1

Thin Verve logo label. Title VU without dots. "22" printed under catalog number on label's left side.


Verve 823 721-1 (label)

Verve Polygram 823 721-1 Y-1

Side 1: HRM 422-823-721-AS A1
Side 2: 422 823 721-1 BS - HRM A1

Thin Verve logo label. Title VU without dots. No "22" printed under catalog number on label's left side.


alternate label

Verve Polygram 823 721-1 Y-1

Side 1: 422=823-721-A A-2
Side 2: 422 823 721-1.BS-HRM A-2

Alternate "fat" Verve logo label. Title V.U. with dots. No "22".


test pressing

no catalog number

Side 1: 422=823-721-A A-2
Side 2: 422 823 721-1.BS-HRM A-2

Test pressing with HRM pressing plant labels. Matrix numbers are the same as the "fat Verve logo" stock issue.


4 Men With Beards 4M136, September 25, 2007

Side 1: -
Side 2: -

180 gram vinyl reissue. "4 Men With Beards 180 gram vinyl" and barcode sticker on front cover.


Another ViewANOTHER VIEW

Verve Polygram 829 405-1 Y-1, July 1986

Side 1:
1. We're Gonna Have A Real Good Time Together (2:56)
2. I'm Gonna Move Right In (6:30)
3. Mr. Rain (Version I) (4:56)
4. Ride Into The Sun (3:20)
5. Coney Island Steeplechase (2:20)
Side 2:
6. Guess I'm Falling In Love (Instrumental Version) (3:35)
7. Hey Mr. Rain (Version II) (5:16)
8. Ferryboat Bill (2:10)
9. Rock And Roll (Original Version) (5:18)

1 : September 30, 1969 / 2 : September 27, 1969 / 3, 7 : May 29, 1968 / 4 : September 5, 1969 / 5 : May 6, 1969 / 6 : December 5, 1967 / 8, 9 : June 19, 1969.

"A collection of previously unreleased recordings". Originally produced and arranged by The Velvet Underground. Executive producer: Bill Levenson. Mixed at: Sigma Sound Studios. Engineer: J.C. Convertino. Assistants: P.J. Pesce, Nick Del Re. Technicians: Jim McTigue, Jeff Selig.

Photography: Gerard Malanga. Art direction: Bill Levy. Album design: George Corsillo.


label

Verve Polygram 829 405-1 Y-1, September 1986

Side 1: STERLING A 422 829 405-1-AS-HRM
Side 2: STERLING A 422 829 405-1 BS-HRM

Original stock copy. Back cover with barcode on top right. "Kurt Loder liner" inner sleeve. Black/silver T Verve label. Also exists as stamped promo copies.


4 Men With Beards 4M137, September 25, 2007

Side 1: -
Side 2: -

180 gram vinyl reissue. "4 Men With Beards 180 gram vinyl" and barcode sticker on front cover.


The Quine Tapes - Sundazed VU 4002 - 6-LP box setTHE QUINE TAPES

Sundazed Music / Universal Music Special Markets VU 4002, June 15, 2010

6-LPs packaged in three striking gatefold jackets with poster/handbill inserts, rare photos and a deluxe box.

"The Most comprehensive and compelling embodiment of the Velvet Underground's live brillance is this bountiful cache of 1969 tapes recorded by Velvets fan and future alt-rock guitar icon Robert Quine.
These historic VU performances are now available on vinyl for the first time ever in this lavish Sundazed box set. This new set contains six LPs packaged in three gatefold jackets with rare photos, poster/handbill inserts, and detailed liner notes by Rolling Stone senior editor David Fricke. In keeping with Sundazed's usual exacting standards, this set has been newly mastered by Bob Irwin from the original source material and is perfectly pressed on high-definition virgin vinyl."

Volume 1 Volume 2 Volume 3

Side 1:
1. I'm Waiting For The Man (The Family Dog, San Francisco, November 8, 1969)
2. It's Just Too Much (The Family Dog, San Francisco, November 8, 1969)
3. What Goes On (The Family Dog, San Francisco, November 8, 1969)

Side 2:
1. I Can't Stand It (The Family Dog, San Francisco, November 8, 1969)
2. Some Kinda Love (The Family Dog, San Francisco, November 8, 1969)
3. Foggy Notion (The Family Dog, San Francisco, November 8, 1969)
4. After Hours (The Family Dog, San Francisco, November 8, 1969)
5. I'm Sticking With You (The Family Dog, San Francisco, November 8, 1969)

Side 3:
1. Sister Ray (The Family Dog, San Francisco, November 7, 1969)

Side 4:
1. Sunday Morning (The Family Dog, San Francisco, November 9, 1969)
2. Follow The Leader (The Matrix, San Francisco, November 27, 1969)

Side 5:
1. Femme Fatale (The Family Dog, San Francisco, November 7, 1969)
2. White Light/White Heat (The Matrix, San Francisco, December 1, 1969)
3. Venus In Furs (The Matrix, San Francisco, December 1, 1969)

Side 6:
1. Heroin (The Matrix, San Francisco, November 23, 1969)
2. New Age(The Matrix, San Francisco, November 24, 1969)

Side 7:
1. Sister Ray Part 1 (The Matrix, San Francisco, December 3, 1969)

Side 8:
1. Sister Ray Part 2 (The Matrix, San Francisco, December 3, 1969)

Side 9:
1. The Black Angel's Death Song (The Matrix, San Francisco, November 23, 1969)
2. Over You (The Matrix, San Francisco, November 25, 1969)
3. I'm Waiting For The Man (The Matrix, San Francisco, November 27, 1969)

Side 10:
1. Rock And Roll (The Matrix, San Francisco, November 25, 1969)
2. Ride Into The Sun (The Matrix, San Francisco, November 24, 1969)

Side 11:
1. Sister Ray/Foggy Notion Part 1 (Washington University, St. Louis, May 11, 1969)

Side 12:
1. Sister Ray/Foggy Notion Part 2 (Washington University, St. Louis, May 11, 1969)


The Velvet Underground | The Verve/MGM Albums

THE VERVE/MGM ALBUMS

5-LP Deluxe Box Set, Sundazed Music Inc., October 30, 2012

order from Amazon U.S.A. | UK | Deutschland | France | Canada

Includes the rare mono versions of the VU's first three albums, the superior mono version of Nico's Chelsea Girl (featuring Reed, Cale & Morrison) and a definitive edition of the band's unfinished fourth album. Housed in a beautiful deluxe box with all original LP artwork along with two bonus poster inserts. Introduction by Rolling Stone senior editor/MOJO contributor David Fricke. Sourced from the original Verve/MGM analog reels and mastered by Bob Irwin.

THE VELVET UNDERGROUND & NICO
Verve V-5008, mono

NICO: CHELSEA GIRL
Verve V-5032, mono

WHITE LIGHT/WHITE HEAT
Verve V-5046, mono

THE VELVET UNDERGROUND
MGM E-4617, mono

1969
The "lost" fourth album - originally unissued, stereo
1. Foggy Notion / 2. One Of These Days / 3. Lisa Says / 4. I'm Sticking With You / 5. Ocean / 6. I Can't Stand It / 7. I'm Gonna Move Right In / 8. We're Gonna Have A real Good Time Together / 9. Rock And Roll / 10. Rinde Into The Sun.


SCEPTER STUDIOS SESSIONS 4-25-66

Polydor Universal B0017649-01, November 23, 2012

Side A: B0017649-01-A G-1 RA
Side B: B0017649-01-B G-1 RA

Record Store Day 'Black Friday 2012' special release. Limited edition of 5000 numbered copies.

Reissued without numbers.

"The rare April 1966 Scepter Studios recordings captured on acetate featuring early, alternate versions of songs later issued on The Velvet Underground & Nico available now for the first time ever on 180g vinyl, gold foil stamped with individual number."

Side A:
1. European Son (9:02)
2. The Black Angel's Death Song (3:16)
3. All Tomorrow's Parties (5:53)
4. I'll Be Your Mirror (2:11)

Side B:
1. Heroin (6:16)
2. Femme Fatale (2:36)
3. Venus In Furs (4:29)
4. Waiting For The Man (4:10)
5. Run Run Run (4:23)

The Velvet Underground | Scepter Studios Session 4-25-66

Label


LIVE MCMXCIII

Sire/Rhino R1 45464, November 28, 2014

Black Friday 2014 Record Store Day Exclusive. "First Time On Vinyl LEGENDARY 1993 Reunion Concert | 4 LP Set On Deep Blue Vinyl | LIMITED EDITION of 7500".

Side 1:
1. We're Gonna Have A Real Good Time Together (3:14)
2. Venus In Furs (5:30)
3. Guess I'm Falling In Love (3:09)
4. Afterhours (2:44)
5 All Tomorrow's Parties (6:37)
Side 5:
1. Sweet Jane (5:24)
2. Velvet Nursery Rhyme (1:32)
3. White Light/White Heat (4:22)
4. I'm Sticking With You (3:23)
Side 2:
1. Some Kinda Love (9:08)
2. I'll Be Your Mirror (3:06)
3. Beginning To See The Light (4:59)
Side 6:
1. Black Angel's Death Song (4:12)
2. Rock 'n' Roll (6:12)
3. I Can't Stand It (4:21)

Side 3:
1. The Gift (10:34)
2. I Heard Her Call My Name (4:38)
3. Femme Fatale (3:23)

Side 7:
1. I'm Waiting For The Man (5:16)
2. Heroin (10:00)
Side 4:
1. Hey Mr. Rain (15:41)
Side 8:
1. Pale Blue Eyes (6:18)
2. Coyote (5:26)

 

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