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Transformer is Lou Reed's breakthrough second solo album, released in December 1972. Unlike its predecessor Lou Reed, eight songs of which were leftovers from his Velvet Underground days, this album contains mainly new material. However, there are still a few songs that date from his VU days—Velvet Underground-recorded versions of "Andy's Chest" and "Satellite of Love" surfaced in 1985 and 1995, respectively; and "New York Telephone Conversation" and "I'm So Free" are known to have been played during the… read more



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  • Avatar for Unopuntocinco
    Very very gay, perfection.
  • Avatar for hessel-z
    Not my favorite Lou Reed album. That honor would go to The Blue Mask. But still a masterpiece, and "Perfect Day" always remained a favorite of mine.
  • Avatar for BollowYourGrue
    Ladies goodniiiiighht...
  • Avatar for Congolese
    Lou Reed na
  • Avatar for Haddonfield69
    Classic review at
  • Avatar for JakeyWHFC
    Stop playing the hipster card on this one. It's widely recognised for a reason. Masterpiece
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  • Avatar for Gorden777
    I caught my little sister singing, "Shine a light on Love", a misinterpretation of "Satellite of Love". Said she'd been singing it like that for years.
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  • Avatar for licoricepizza
    i always enjoy listening to this. and i'm on the side that thinks it's a masterpiece.

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