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Lou Reed's singles & EPs with VU tracks

"I'd like to see us have a hit single.
It's really important that you do that.
Our singles so far are a joke."
Sterling Morrison, 1969

All records are 7 inch single unless stated otherwise.


U.S.A.
Verve VK-10427 | picture sleeve

Verve VK-10427 | stock copy label

Verve VK-10427 | DJ copy label

All Tomorrow's Parties / I'll Be Your Mirror

Verve VK-10427, mono, July 1966

Side 1: VK10427 100667-1
Side 2: VK10427 100668-1

Two different editions both with same matrix numbers:

  • Stock copy: dark blue/silver T Verve label.
  • DJ copy: pale blue "SPECIAL DISC JOCKEY RECORD" Verve label.

According to some sources, the release date is October 1966 - however I was told about a promo copy that has a date stamped on it - 23rd August 1966. We have no reason to believe that the stamp was not original, so maybe it gives some clue as to the original release date. I have also seen a copy with "7-15-66" handwritten on the label. The 45 release is also mentioned in the Mojo Navigator R&R News fanzine Vol. 1, No. 6 issue dated September 18, 1966. So the actual release date seems to be July 1966.

This 45 offers mono mixes. All Tomorrow's Parties is edited to 2:45, with a hotter sound. This version can be heard on the Peel Slowly And See box set.

The picture sleeve is known as one of the rarest picture sleeve ever printed - the Holy Grail for the Velvet Underground collector. It was reviewed by Andy Davis in Record Collector's Diggin' For Gold section: "the sleeve to All Tomorrow's Parties was never issued commercially, and was only ever intented for promotional purposes. Legend has it that this cover was never packaged with actual vinyl copies; certainly, it has only ever surfaced as a paper artefact and then in only single figure quantities. It's this extreme rarity coupled with the immortal, unlit power of the Velvets, which has conspired to produce a non-vinyl collectable of such magnitude."


Verve VK-104466 - stock copy
Verve VK-10466 - DJ copy
Verve VK-10466 - alternate black label

Sunday Morning / Femme Fatale

Verve VK-10466, mono, November 1966

Side 1: VK10466 101592-1
Side 2: VK10466 100903-1

No picture sleeve. Two different versions both with same matrix numbers.

  • Stock copy: dark blue/silver T Verve label.
  • DJ copy: pale blue "SPECIAL DISC JOCKEY RECORD" Verve label.

Second single taken from The Velvet Underground & Nico album - another attempt to marketing which faltered as Verve only issued a few copies of this single.

An alternate (unique?) stock copy with black/silver T label was auctioned on eBay in September 2009. This edition has differences in lettering and misses the -1 in matrix numbers.

A press ad exists for this 45 - reproduced on the printed insert which comes with the Sundazed The Velvet Underground - Singles 1966/69 7 x 7inch box set.

"Verve
SO FAR
UNDERGROUND,
YOU GET
THE BENDS!
Andy Warhol
presents
THE VELVET
UNDERGROUND
& NICO
in their subteranean single
SUNDAY MORNING
b/w Femme Fatale VK-10466
Or just what happens wwhen
the King of "Pop Art"
-- goes "Pop Music"

Release is announced in From The Music Capitals of the World - New York in Billboard, November 19, 1966 (p. 68): ""Sunday Morning," a single by the Velvet Underground & Nico on MGM slated to hit the market in about a week."
Google books

The single is mentioned is December 3, 1966 issue of Cash Box: "The Velvet Underground in the company of William Kermit Smith dropped by the office to leave a copy of the new single Sunday Morning and Femme Fatale. The group is back in the city after having worked a gig in Detroit. An album is expected shortly.

Also the 45 is listed as part of the "Newcomer Picks" in Cash Box, December 17, 1966: " The Velvet Underground and Nico have been zooming the length and brath of the land making a name for themselves and now follow the personal stuff with a potential filled deck. The top side "Sunday Morning" is a haunting, lyrical emotion stirring chant. Listen very closely. Eerie, unusual number back here."

The single is reviewed in January 20, 1967 issue of Go Magazine in 'Sweet Cyrkle sound | Discs a la Debbi. Reproduced in The Inevitable World of The Velvet Underground (p. 94).


Loop
Aspen no.3

White Wind (by Peter Walker) / Loop

7 inch flexi-disc, Americom NYC, mono, December 1966

Side 1: A-1632 A
Side 2: A-1632 B

Part of the December 1966 issue of Aspen magazine (VOL. 1 NO. 3). Loop is the B-side.

The label says "Guitar and feedback", "First half of a 15-minute recording made with two monaural tape recorders" and "Final groove purposely left open".

The credits went to John Cale who is supposedly the only person playing on Loop. The flexi has a closed-groove ending so the last groove repeats itself ad infinitum.

This issue of Aspen magazine gets a large ad in January 26, 1967 issue of The Village Voice. Also in Evergreen Review, April 1967. Both reproduced in The Inevitable World of The Velvet Underground (p. 96 & 118).


Index
Index book

untitled (aka Index)

7 inch cardboard-disc, mono, November 1967

Matrix: WARHOL

One-sided 7 inch cardboard picture (portrait of Lou by Billy Name on the play side) record, part of Andy Warhol's Index book, a multimedia package.

It offers the recording of some Factory regulars talking and reacting to the book. The Velvet Underground and Nico album can be heard in the background.


stock

DJ

White Light/White Heat / Here She Comes Now

Verve VK-10560, mono, November 1967

Side 1: VK10560 103541
Side 2: VK10560 103546

No picture sleeve. Two different versions both with same matrix numbers.

  • Stock copy: dark blue/silver T Verve label.
  • DJ copy: pale blue "SPECIAL DISC JOCKEY RECORD" Verve label

That's the third and last Velvet Undergroud Verve single. This one was issued to "promote" White Light/White Heat LP. Some sources list that 45 as a February 1968 release but I have seen copies with "NOV 30 1967" stamped or "12/1/67" written on label.

White Light/White Heat & I Heard Her Call My Name exist as acetates - they have a Mayfair Recording Studio (NYC) label, one with "White Light" (sic) hand-typed, the other with "I Heard Her Call My Name". Also white label test pressings I Heard Her b/w Here She Comes exist. Different sources list a Here She Comes Now / I Heard Her Call My Name 45 with the same VK-10560 catalog number, but no evidence that this was ever released has been found.

WLWH / Heard Her acetates


MGM 14057

Ad

What Goes On / Jesus

MGM K-14057, mono, March 1969

Side 1: K14057 106163-1
Side 2: K14057 106164-1

No picture sleeve. Yellow M-G-M label, "SPECIAL DISC JOCKEY RECORD", "NOT FOR SALE".

A press ad exists for this 45 so existence of a stock copy of this record has been questioned, but no evidence that this was ever released has been found.

Interviewer: You have a single out at present from the third album, "What Goes On."
Sterling Morrison: That was not a real single. It was just a cut put on a single. There's a subtle distinction between what is a real release and what is a real real release. (in Fusion, March 6, 1970)

What Goes On is faded to 2:40. Jesus is listed as being 2:55 on the label, but is really 3:24, same as on the LP. These versions are the only mono mixes from the third LP available. Those mixes are also available on Ultra Rare Trax Vol. 4 bootleg CD.

"SOMETHING DIFFERENT
Put your mind to it and discover
What Goes On K-14057
in a high-flying single that digs deep. And digs big."


p/s
label

The Velvet Underground

MGM VU-1, mono, 1969

Side 1: VU-1 SIDE-1
Side 2: VU-1-SIDE-2

Yellow M-G-M label, "SPECIAL DISC JOCKEY RECORD", "NOT FOR SALE".

Both sides offer a radio ad for the third Velvet Underground album, read by Bill 'Rosko' Mercer with excerpts of I'm Set Free, What Goes On and Beginning To See The Light. This ad has been bootleged many times but the complete version is only available on Volume 1 of the Ultra Rare Trax series.

A picture sleeve exists for this promo record - one of the rarest picture sleeve ever printed. It has a photograph by Billy Name (same as on third LP front cover, but with the Bazaar magazine unretouched).


Cotillion 44107

Who Loves The Sun / Oh! Sweet Nuthin'

Cotillion 44107, mono, April 1971

Side 1: CO-19727-1
Side 2: CO-19734-1

No picture sleeve. Cotillion red label. This single is sometimes said stereo but both sides are true mono. Also exists as white label promo copy (see just below).

Possibly the rarest Velvet Underground stock single. This is the only single taken from the Loaded album. Oh! Sweet Nuthin' is an uncut 7:23 version (!) so this record stands as one of the most artistically uncompromising 45s ever.


44107 promo 1st pressing

2nd pressing

3rd pressing

Who Loves The Sun / Who Loves The Sun

Cotillion 44107, mono/stereo, April 1971

Side 1: CO-19727-1
Side 2: ST-CO-19727-1
[original edition - see below for second and third editions]

No picture sleeve. Cotillion white promo label.

It has Who Loves The Sun twice, one side is stereo and the other is mono. Mono side has exactly the same matrix numbers as the stock pressing. That promo edition is not as rare as the stock copies.

There is actually three different editions:

  1. original pressing without "PLUG SIDE".
  2. second edition has "PLUG SIDE" printed on the left part of the label. The matrix numbers are different: CO-19727-2 / ST-CO-19727-2.
  3. third edition has a label with bigger letters, "PLUG SIDE" printed on the right, and "PROMOTION COPY" on the left and "NOT FOR SALE" on the right. Label reads: CO-19727-MO (original copy has CO-19727 SP). The matrix numbers are different as well: CO-19727-3 / ST-CO-19727-3.

There is also another version of that 45 with both mono and stereo mixes of Who Loves The Sun, but mislabeled with the stock copy red Cotillion label. Matrix numbers are CO-19727-3 and ST-CO-19727-3.


Verve PRO 349-1

Foggy Notion (Edit) / I Can't Stand It

12 inch promo 33 RPM, Verve/Polygram PRO 349-1, stereo, February 1985

Side 1: B-21075-ALD
Side 2: B-21076-ALD

Black sleeve, "Promotion Copy - Not For Sale", "Taken From the Historic, Best Selling Album". Black Verve label with silver T.

Promo companion to the VU - A Collection Of Previously Unreleased Recordings album. Foggy Notion is faded to 3:50.


Sundazed S 7002

Singles 1966-69

7 x 7 inch single box set, Sundazed S 7002, September 15, 2009

Single One - All Tomorrow's Parties / I'll Be Your Mirror - Verve VK-104027
Single Two - Sunday Morning / Femme Fatale - Verve VK-10466
Single Three - White Light/White Heat / Here She Comes Now - Verve VK 10560
Single Four - White Light/White Heat / I Heard Her Call My Name - Cancelled Single
Single Five - Temptation Inside Your Heart / Stephanie Says - Cancelled Single
Single Six - What Goes On / Jesus - MGM K-14057
Single Seven - VU Radio Spot - MGM VU-1

The complete 1960s singles, faithfully reproduced in mono mixes with original artwork, with exact repros of the 2 rare VU picture sleeves, liner notes by David Fricke, rare photos, and an exclusive Sundazed postcard.


Rizzoli Universal B0013582-21 [picture sleeve]

Rizzoli Universal B0013582-21 [A-side label]

We're Gonna Have A Real Good Time Together / If You Close The Door (After Hours)

Rizzoli / Universal Music Special Markets B0013582-21, 2009

Side A: U 00135582-21 A2 MASTERDISK
Side B: U 00135582-21 A2 MASTERDISK

Part of Deluxe Edition of The Velvet Underground - New York Art book. Two tracks from Moe Tucker's acetate collection.

We're Gonna Have A Real Good Time Together is a demo version issued from the 4-song acetate supposedly recorded late 1969 or early 1970 (also known as the 'Honeymoon' acetate). If You Close The Door (working title for After Hours) is the acetate version of the track recorded during the 3rd album sessions late 1968 at Sunset and Highland Sound in Hollywood CA.

A few copies given away at special events promoting the release of the book came with in a picture sleeve.


Sundazed S 227 | picture sleeve

Sundazed S 227

Foggy Notion (edit) / I Can't Stand It

Universal Music Special Markets / Sundazed S 227, April 16, 2011

Side A: S 227-A B00154082-1
Side B: S 227-B B0015408-21

Limited Edition Record Store Day Release. 1000 copies.

Picture sleeve.

Mono. Foggy Notion is edited to 4:59.

www.sundazed.com
www.recordstoreday.com


AUSTRALIA
Verve V-5138

Sunday Morning / Femme Fatale

Verve V-5138, mono, 1967

Side A: V-5138-A
Side B: V-5138-B

No picture sleeve. Orange Verve label with yellow T. "APOLLO MUSIC"

Unique Australian 45. Femme Fatale / All Tomorrow's Parties and Sunday Morning / I'll Be Your Mirror singles are listed in The Velvet Underground Handbook but this is actually a mistake.


CANADA
Verve V-10466X

Sunday Morning / Femme Fatale

Quality Verve V-10466X, mono, January 1967

Side 1: V-10466-S1
Side 2: V-10466-S2

No picture sleeve. Stock copy with black Verve label which reads "Manufactured by Quality records Limited under license from Metro Goldwyn Mayer Inc, the owner of the trade mark Verve".

A Canadian edition of All Tomorrow's Parties b/w I'll Be Your Mirror is listed in The Velvet Underground Handbook by Mike Kostek. However no evidence that this single exists has been found yet.


U.K.
Atlantic 2091-088

Who Loves The Sun / Sweet Jane

Atlantic Polydor 2091-088, stereo, April 1971

Side 1: 2091088 A//1
Side 2: 2091088 B//1

No picture sleeve.

Polydor catalog number, released under license from Atlantic Recording Corp..

Red Atlantic label, which reads "From the LP "Loaded" 2400-111" (original UK edition).


Atlantic K 10339

Atlantic K 10339 | label

Atlantic K 10339 | alternate label

Sweet Jane / Rock And Roll

Atlantic K 10339, stereo, August 1973

Side 1: K 10339 A1
Side 2: K 10339 B1

First record to use the 'Velvet Underground featuring Lou Reed' billing. "Taken from the album "LOADED" K 40113".

Atlantic company sleeve.

3 different editions - all with the same matrix numbers:

  1. Promo copy with Atlantic green/white/orange 'A demo' label, "PROMOTION COPY NOT FOR SALE", supposedly recalled due to technical problems with the pressing.
  2. Stock copy with Atlantic green/white/orange label and punch-out center hole.
  3. Stock copy with Atlantic green/white/orange label and regular center hole.

MGM 2006 283

I'm Waiting For The Man / Run Run Run / Candy Says

7 inch maxi single, MGM 2006 283, stereo, June 1973

Side A: 2006283 A//1-420
Side B: 2006283 B//1-420

No picture sleeve.

Blue MGM label, "from the LP "Andy Warhol's VelvetUnderground" 2683-006".


Polydor POSPX 603

Heroin / Venus In Furs / I'm Waiting For The Man / Run Run Run

12 inch 45 RPM, Polydor POSPX 603, stereo, November 1982

Side A: POSPX603 A//1
Side B: POSPX603 B//1

Picture sleeve.

Blue/gold MGM label. Original stereo mixes.


Old Gold OG 4049

I'm Waiting For The Man / Heroin

12 inch, Old Gold OG 4049, stereo, February 1988

Side 1: OG-4049-A1
Side 2: OG-4049-B1

Part of "Discs Tapes Old Gold" series.

"Manufactured under licence from Polygram Special Products".

1988 edition with green/blue/white cover; 1989 edition with green/grey/white cover.

Yellow Old Gold label.


Old Gold OG 4051

The Velvet underground | Old Gold OG 4051 | label

Venus In Furs / All Tomorrow's Parties

12 inch, Old Gold OG 4051, stereo, March 1988

Side 1: OG-4051-A1
Side 2: OG-4051-B1

Part of "Discs Tapes Old Gold" series.

"Manufactured under licence from Polygram Special Products".

1988 edition with green/blue/white cover; 1989 edition with green/grey/white cover.

Yellow Old Gold label.

All Tomorrow's Parties is the 'single-voice' version.


VUPRO-1

I'm Waiting For The Man / Pale Blue Eyes / White Light/White Heat / Sweet Jane

12 inch promo 45 RPM, Polydor/Polygram, VUPRO-1, UK, 1993

Side A: VUPRO-1-A
Side B: VUPRO-1-B

Black sleeve with promo sticker "Promo Copy - Not For resale".

White Polydor label.


Sire W0224

Venus In Furs / I'm Waiting For The Man

Sire/Warner Bros. W0224 (5439-18231-7), UK, February 1994

Side A: W0224 A
Side B: W0224 B

"Live version of the track featured in the Dunlop tyres TV commercial". Both tracks taken from the album Live MCMXCIII, recorded live at L'Olympia Theater, Paris, June 1993.

Picture sleeve.

Yellow Sire label.


Rhino 8122797366
Rhino

Sweet Jane / Rock And Roll

Atlantic Rhino UK 8122797366, April 21, 2012

Side A: MPO 8122797366 A
Side B: MPO 8122797366 B

Limited edition of 800 copies.

Picture sleeve, replica of 1974 German single, with "Record Store Day 2012" sticker.

Green/orange Atlantic label.


FRANCE
650 216 L
Cotillion 650216L | label
650216 | Test pressing

Head Held High / Train Round The Bond

Cotillion / Distribution Barclay 650 216 L, stereo, 1972

Side 1: DS. BLY. 650216A
Side 2: DS. BLY. 650216B

Unique French 45. It's also the only Velvet Underground 45 to offer those tracks.

Picture sleeve featuring the Loaded cover design, with Train Round The Bond (sic!) printed on top. This sleeve has a special green tear-off appendix with catalog number.

Marble blue Cotillion label which reads Train Round The Bend correctly.

Also exists as test pressing with handwritten white label.


GERMANY
MGM 2006 067

White label

I'm Waiting For The Man / There She Goes Again

MGM 2006 067, stereo, 1973

Side 1: 00 2006 067 S1
Side 2: 00 2006 067 S2

'Lips and coke' pop-art-style picture sleeve from the double LP compilation Andy Warhol's Velvet Underground With Nico.

Blue/gold MGM label.

Also exists as white label "Unverkäufliche Musterplatte" sample.


Atlantic 10 339

white label promo

Sweet Jane / Rock And Roll

Atlantic ATL 10 339, stereo, March 1973 / 1974

Side 1: WEA 10339-A
Side 2: WEA 10339-B

There are four more or less different issues of this single, all with the same matrix numbers.

  1. 'Loaded' sleeve. "The Velvet Underground Featuring Lou Reed". Lou Reed is printed in white letters in the smoke. White label promo. Label says 1973 and "The Velvet Underground".
  2. 'Loaded' sleeve. "The Velvet Underground Featuring Lou Reed". Lou Reed is printed in white letters in the smoke. Green/orange Atlantic label. Label says 1973 and "The Velvet Underground".
  3. 'Loaded' sleeve. "The Velvet Underground Featuring Lou Reed". Lou Reed is printed in yellow letters in the smoke. Green/orange Atlantic label. Label says 1973 and "The Velvet Underground".
  4. 'Loaded' sleeve. "The Velvet Underground Featuring Lou Reed". Lou Reed is printed in white letters in the smoke. Green/orange Atlantic label. Label says 1974 and "The Velvet Underground featuring Lou Reed".

Atlantic ATL 10 339 | alternate p/s
promo inner
Atlantic ATL 10 339 | label

Sweet Jane / Rock And Roll

Atlantic ATL 10 339, stereo, March 19, 1974

Side A: WEA 10339-A
Side B: WEA 10339-B

Purple Lou Reed 'live in '72' picture sleeve. "THE VELVET UNDERGROUND with LOU REED". "Distributed by WEA Music GmbH - A Warner Communications Company - Made in Germany".

Green/orange Atlantic label which reads "THE VELVET UNDERGROUND feat. LOU REED". "From the Album "LOADED" MID 20 049"

Same matrix numbers as the 1973 'Loaded' picture sleeve edition.

Some copies came with an Atlantic promo sheet.

This 45 has been reissued by Rhino Records UK for Record Store Day 2012.


MGM 2006 310

misprinted rear sleeve

I'm Waiting For The Man / Run Run Run

MGM 2006 310, stereo, 1973

Side 1: 2006 310 S1
Side 2: 2006 310 S2

Picture sleeve is a glam-rock style item, showing Lou in solo eye-makeup days... Billed on the sleeve and record as "Lou Reed & the Velvet Underground".

Back of the picture sleeve has an ad for the Lou Reed & The Velvet Underground compilation (MGM 2315 246). Some copies have rear sleeve misprinted with "The latest LP" printed in dark blue instead of purple and a slight color variation in the album photo. The misprinted copies have R stamped on back cover.

Blue MGM label.


Polydor 2095 399

Polydor 2095 399 | picture sleeve

I'm Waiting For The Man / Heroin

Polydor 2095 399, stereo, 1980 (?)

Side 1: 2095 399 S1 32 0
Side 2: 2095 399 S2 32 0

Part of the "Super Oldies" series. Super Oldies titles sleeve. Back cover has the original USA, England and Germany chart entries and highest position for the songs - both Waiting and Heroin get *** (no chart entry...).

Red Polydor label.

Heroin is edited to 4:21.


NETHERLANDS
MGM 2006 316
MGM 2006 316

I'm Waiting For The Man / Candy Says / White Light/White Heat

MGM 2006 316, stereo, 1973

Side 1: AA 2006 316 1W1 670
Side 2: AA 2006 316 2W1 670

Unique Dutch 45 credited to "Lou Reed & the velvet underground".

Picture sleeve featuring Lou Reed circa 1972. The cover reads "MAXI SINGLE" but it's a 7 inch 45RPM EP.

Blue/gold MGM label.


RUSSIA
BYA KOH 1014

Melody Laughter

5½ inch flexi, BYA KOH 1014, 1995

One-sided mono yellow plastic flexi with computer art plastic cover.


BYA KOH 1027

Dopey Joe

5½ inch flexi, BYA KOH 1027, 1995

One-sided mono yellow plastic flexi with computer art plastic cover.


BYA KOH 2281

Lady Godiva's Operation

5½ inch flexi, BYA KOH 2281, 1995

One-sided mono clear plastic flexi with computer art plastic cover.


BYA KOH 2282

I Heard Her Call My Name

5½ inch flexi, BYA KOH 2282, 1995

One-sided mono brown plastic flexi with computer art plastic cover.


BYA KOH 2662

Venus In Furs

5½ inch fFlexi, BYA KOH 2662, 1995

One-sided mono clear plastic flexi with computer art plastic cover.


BYA KOH 2666

All Tomorrow's Parties

5½ inch fFlexi, BYA KOH 2666, 1995

One-sided mono clear plastic flexi with computer art plastic cover.


BYA KOH 3334

I'll Be Your Mirror

5½ inch flexi, BYA KOH 3334

One-sided clear yellow plastic flexi with computer art paper cover.


BYA KOH 3507

The Gift

5½ inch flexi, BYA KOH 3507

One-sided clear red plastic flexi with computer art paper cover.


BYA KOH 3689

Jesus

5½ inch flexi, BYA KOH 3689

One-sided clear green plastic flexi with computer art paper cover.


BYA KOH 3764

Ferryboat Bill

5½ inch flexi, BYA KOH 3764

One-sided clear red plastic flexi with computer art paper cover.


BYA KOH 3768

Temptation Inside Your Heart

5½ inch flexi, BYA KOH 3768

One-sided clear green plastic flexi with computer art paper cover.


BYA KOH 4044

Run Run Run

Flexi, BYA KOH 4044, 1995

One-sided mono clear plastic flexi with computer art plastic cover.


BYA KOH 8093

Coney Island Steeplechase

5½ inch flexi, BYA KOH 8093

One-sided clear blue plastic flexi with computer art paper cover.


BYA KOH 8164

European Son

5½ inch flexi, BYA KOH 8164

One-sided clear blue plastic flexi with computer art paper cover.


BYA KOH 8205

Stephanie Says

5½ inch flexi, BYA KOH 8205

One-sided clear yellow plastic flexi with computer art paper cover.


BYA KOH 9034

Lonesome Cowboy Bill

5½ inch flexi, BYA KOH 9034

One-sided clear brown plastic flexi with computer art paper cover.


BYA KOH 9088

Sunday Morning

5½ inch flexi, BYA KOH 9088

One-sided clear green plastic flexi with computer art paper cover.


BYA KOH 9089

Hey Mr. Rain

5½ inch flexi, BYA KOH 9089

One-sided clear red plastic flexi with computer art paper cover.


BYA KOH 9130

Head Held High

5½ inch flexi, BYA KOH 9130, 1995

One-sided mono clear green plastic flexi with computer art plastic cover.


BYA KOH 9136

White Light/White Heat

5½ inch flexi, BYA KOH 9136, 1995

One-sided mono clear brown plastic flexi with computer art plastic cover.


BYA KOH 9512

That's The Story Of My Life

5½ inch flexi, BYA KOH 9512

One-sided yellow plastic flexi with computer art paper cover.


?

Femme Fatale

33 RPM flexi, ???

Orange flexi.


?

Femme Fatale

33 RPM flexi, ???

Pink flexi.


?

Femme Fatale

33 RPM flexi, ???

Red flexi.


?

Femme Fatale

33 RPM flexi, ???

Green flexi.


Lou Reed's singles & EPs with VU tracks
Street Hassle

Street Hassle / I'm Waiting For The Man / Venus In Furs

12 inch EP, Arista ARIST 12198, stereo, UK, July 1978

Side 1: ARISTA 12198 A//2 TO
Side 2: ARISTA 12198 B//2 TO

A-side carries the full version of Street Hassle. Original stereo mixes. Black Arista label.


ARIST 198

Street Hassle / I'm Waiting For The Man

Arista ARIST 198, stereo, UK, July 1978

Street Hassle is edited to 4:02.


1C 062-61 468 YZ

Street Hassle / I'm Waiting For The Man / Venus In Furs

12 inch EP, Arista 1C 062-61 468 YZ, Germany, 1978

Picture sleeve with same black and white "Lou Reed" design as UK issue. Black Arista label, slightly different from UK pressing. The cardboard sleeve is also thicker as compared with the UK issue.


ED.13

Street Hassle / I'm Waiting For The Man / Venus In Furs

12 inch EP, Arista/EMI ED.13, Australia, 1978

Side 1: ED.13A
Side 2: ED13.B

Picture sleeve with same black and white "Lou Reed" design as UK issue. Black Arista label, slightly different from UK pressing. The cardboard sleeve is also thicker as compared with the UK issue.


Street Hassle / I'm Waiting For The Man / Venus In Furs

12 inch EP, New Zealand, 1978

Same picture sleeve as UK edition but it has "SPECIAL 45R.P.M 12INCH SINGLE PLAY LOUD" printed under STREET HASSLE on front picture.


3C 052-61468 Z

Street Hassle / I'm Waiting For The Man / Venus In Furs

12 inch EP, Arista/EMI Italiana 3C 052-61468 Z, Italy, 1978

Side 1: 61468-Z-A - 8-9-78
Side 2: 61468-Z-B - 8-9-78

Picture sleeve with same black and white "Lou Reed" design as UK issue. Black label. The cardboard sleeve is also thicker as compared with the UK issue and has the opening on the right side.


Special thanks to Chris Van Tuyll, Gordon Lyon, Enrique Miquel, Lau Buur Nielsen, Alfredo Garcia, Steve Nelson, Michael Carlucci, Phil Milstein, Eric Schou.

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