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Music: White Light/White Heat
White Light/White Heat.White Light/White Heat
is the second studio album by Velvet Underground
, released in 1968. Less iconic than their previous effort, The Velvet Underground And Nico
but equally revered as a groundbreaking record.
The album was recorded after Nico
and Andy Warhol
had left their involvement within the band. Tensions grew as Lou Reed
and John Cale
now fought each other to get control over the finished product. The end result is a very chaotic, yet intriguing album and the final one on which Cale was involved in.
- "White Light/White Heat"
- "The Gift"
- "Lady Godiva's Operation"
- "Here She Comes Now"
- "I Heard Her Call My Name"
- "Sister Ray"
- John Cale - viola, bass, backing and lead vocals, organ, sound effects
- Sterling Morrison - guitar, bass, vocals, sound effects
- Lou Reed - lead vocals, guitar, piano
- Maureen Tucker - drums, percussion
White tropes going messing up my mind: