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Different Times: Lou Reed in the '70s

Different Times: Lou Reed in the 70s
Greatest hits album by Lou Reed
Released May, 1996
Recorded January 5, 1972 – October 18, 1975
Genre Rock
Label RCA
Lou Reed chronology
Set the Twilight Reeling
(1996)
Different Times: Lou Reed in the 70s
(1996)
Live in Concert
(1996)
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Review scores
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Allmusic [1]

A chronological set from Lou Reed's first stint at RCA Records (1972-1975), Different Times is another re-packaging of his most famous work. The album collage and design were created by photographer/fine artist Daniel Arsenault.

Track listing

  1. "I Can't Stand It"
  2. "Love Makes You Feel"
  3. "Lisa Says"
  4. "Walk on the Wild Side"
  5. "Perfect Day"
  6. "Satellite of Love"
  7. "Vicious"
  8. "Berlin"
  9. "Caroline Says I"
  10. "Sad Song"
  11. "Caroline Says II"
  12. "Sweet Jane"
  13. "Kill Your Sons"
  14. "Sally Can't Dance"
  15. "A Gift"
  16. "She's My Best Friend"
  17. "Coney Island Baby"

References

  1. ^ Different Times: Lou Reed in the '70s at AllMusic
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