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Lou Reed - Ecstasy Album

Lou Reed - Ecstasy Album

Performer: Lou Reed
Title: Ecstasy
Style: Art Rock, Noise
Released: 2000
Cat#: 9 47425-2
Country: US
Label: Reprise Records
Size MP3 version: 1266 mb
Size FLAC version: 2084 mb
Size WMA version: 1741 mb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 324
Genre: Rock

Lou Reed - Ecstasy Album


Tracklist

1Turning Time Around4:22
2Rock Minuet
Violin [Electric] – Laurie Anderson
6:55
3Modern Dance4:09
4Rouge
Violin [Electric] – Laurie Anderson
1:01
5Big Sky6:32
6White Prism
Percussion – Lou Reed
4:00
7Tatters5:56
8Mad4:29
9Like A Possum18:03
10Baton Rouge4:55
11Ecstasy
Percussion – Don Alias
4:25
12Paranoia Key Of E4:28
13Future Farmers Of America3:01
14Mystic Child5:02

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
LRCD 010015Lou Reed Ecstasy ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial)Not On Label (Lou Reed)LRCD 010015Russia2000
PROP05160, 9362-47425-2Lou Reed Ecstasy ‎(CD, Album, Promo)Reprise Records, Reprise RecordsPROP05160, 9362-47425-2Europe2000
noneLou Reed Ecstasy ‎(14xFile, FLAC, Album, RE, 24b)Rhino Records , Warner Bros. Recordsnone2015
WPCR-10685Lou Reed Ecstasy ‎(CD, Album)Reprise RecordsWPCR-10685Japan2000
9 47425-2Lou Reed Ecstasy ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial)Reprise Records 9 47425-2RussiaUnknown

Credits

  • Backing VocalsFernando Saunders, Lou Reed, Tony "Thunder" Smith
  • BassFernando Saunders
  • CelloJane Scarpantoni
  • Drums, PercussionTony "Thunder" Smith
  • Engineer [Assistant Mix Engineer]Ben Holt
  • Engineer [Assistant]Dave Fisher
  • GuitarLou Reed, Mike Rathke
  • Lead VocalsLou Reed
  • Mastered ByBob Ludwig
  • Other [Set Design] – Robert Wilson
  • Photography – Lou Reed
  • ProducerHal Willner, Lou Reed
  • Recorded By, Mixed ByTim Latham
  • Saxophone [Baritone]Doug Wieselman
  • Saxophone [Tenor]Doug Wieselman, Paul Shapiro
  • Trumpet, Arranged By [Horns]Steven Bernstein
  • Written-ByLou Reed

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 0 9362-47425-2 4
  • Matrix / Runout: wea mfg. OLYPHANT X10785 1 47425-2 01 M1S2
  • Mastering SID Code: ifpi L902
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 2U3S

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Reprise Records
  • Copyright (c) – Reprise Records
  • Made By – WEA Manufacturing
  • Pressed By – WEA Mfg. Olyphant – X10785

Album

Ecstasy is the eighteenth solo studio album by American musician Lou Reed, released in 2000. It is a concept album about Reed's personal experiences with marriage and relationships and is his final rock album that is not a collaboration. The cover photography is by Stefan Sagmeister, who instructed Reed to masturbate behind a curtain to express the feeling of unashamed ecstasy. Текст песни: They call you ecstasy Nothing ever sticks to you Not velcro, not scotch tape Not my arms dipped in glue. Album 1999 14 Songs. Ecstasy Lou Reed. For the most part, Ecstasy finds Reed obsessed with love and sex, though as you might expect his take on romance is hardly rosy Paranoia Key of E, Mad, and Tatters all document a relationship at the point of collapse, while Baton Rouge is an eccentric but moving elegy for a love that didn't last and Eros is usually messy. White Prism, obsessive Ecstasy, or unhealthy and perverse Rock Minuet. Lou Reed - Big Sky - A few images to accompany a great song. Big Sky. Lou Reed. Released April 4, 2000. Ecstasy Tracklist. Paranoia Key of E Lyrics. Lous last solo rock album it would be followed only by an ambient music album, a record of Poe interpretations, and a collaboration with Metallica, Ecstasy stands as Lous last great musical effort. A concept album, it illustrates how relationships evolve, often dying but sometimes, when the bond is strong enough, persisting. For its writing, he took influence from both his failed marriage to Sylvia Morales, who he divorced in the early 90s, and his blossoming romance with avant-garde artist Laurie Anderson, to whom he would be married in 2008 and stay with until his death in 2013. Band Name Lou Reed. Album Name Ecstasy. Type Album. Released date 04 April 2000. Labels Warner Music Group Reprise Records WEA. Music StyleRock. Members owning this album8. Re-Issue in 2012 by Warner Music Group. Mystic Child. Modern Dance. Listen free to Lou Reed Ecstasy Paranoia Key of E, Mystic Child and more. 14 tracks 77:18. Recorded By, Mixed By Tim Latham. Set Designer Robert Wilson 2. Songwriter Lou Reed. Tenor Saxophone Doug Wieselman, Paul Shapiro. Trumpet, Arranged By Steven Bernstein. Includes 2x printed inner sleeves with lyrics. Laurie Anderson appears courtesy of Nonesuch Records. Ecstasy is the eighteenth album by Lou Reed, released in 2000. It is a concept album about Reed's personal experiences with marriage and relationships and is his final solo rock album that is not a collaboration. The cover photography is by Reed. Robert Christgau thought highly of the album, writing, If his solo career produced a masterwork on the scale of whatever VU album you prefer, this de facto farewell is it. On an episode of Spectacle: Elvis Costello with. featuring Lou Reed and

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The cover photography is by Stefan Sagmeister, who instructed Reed to masturbate behind a curtain to express the feeling of unashamed ecstasy.
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mikeh69 Thanks I had to explain that the schmucks with the same question... Frankly in 2000 till this release I thought he was taking Ecstasy which was extremely popular then then I read about the story recently . Then I heard the CD and that was not what the album was about lol ... I was wrong about the cover by a long shot. ( he he he ) Hi! I am one of the aforementioned schmucks that he had to explain it too. It was such a wonderfully erotic explanation that I too was moved to have a wank behind a curtain. Unfortunately, that curtain happened to be in the Debenhams homeware section, and I have subsequently been given a lifetime ban from the store. Thanks a bunch mikeh69. ( ho ho ho )
superstar
Thanks I had to explain that the schmucks with the same question... Frankly in 2000 till this release I thought he was taking Ecstasy which was extremely popular then then I read about the story recently . Then I heard the CD and that was not what the album was about lol ... I was wrong about the cover by a long shot. ( he he he )
Marilace
So used to hearing this one on CD and Spotify that the reordering of tracks to fit for vinyl is a bit of shocker.
Hinewen
So glad to finally have this on vinyl! I wonder if they'll do 'Set the Twilight Reeling' next year?