Slipaway - Lou Reed - Street Hassle (Cassette, Album)

Download Slipaway - Lou Reed - Street Hassle (Cassette, Album)
Label: Arista - AB-4169 • Format: Cassette Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Rock Roll, Hard Rock


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8 thoughts on “ Slipaway - Lou Reed - Street Hassle (Cassette, Album)

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of Street Hassle on Discogs.
  2. Mar 20,  · If you’ve ever thought about collecting and displaying used bubble-gum bits stuck to the pavement as art, don’t bother. Your uncle Lou has done you four better: he has already mapped those gum pieces, cross-referenced them with cigarette butt locations, deducted cosmic significance from the research’s results, and formulated his findings into a stirring document about urban human existence/5(44).
  3. To my sensibilities, Lou Reed's 70s albums remain his best, and "Street Hassle" is a great one, arriving in the wake of the punk movement which Reed helped to create. The disc was recorded in stereo binaural sound, a process that renders a supposedly three-dimensional experience when the listener uses headphones/5(97).
  4. Street Hassle is the eighth solo studio album by American musician Lou Reed, released in February by Arista Records. Richard Robinson and Reed produced the album. It is the first commercially released pop album to employ binaural recording technology. Street Hassle combines live concert tapes (with overdubs) and studio Rock, punk rock.
  5. "Street Hassle" is a song recorded by Lou Reed for his album of the same name. It is 10 minutes and 56 seconds long and divided into three distinct sections: "Waltzing Matilda," "Street Hassle," and "Slipaway." Part one, "Waltzing Matilda," describes a woman picking up and paying a male prostitute.
  6. The epic title track to Lou Reed's eighth solo album, "Street Hassle" is a gritty rock opera in 11 minutes flat, sex and drugs and death tumbling over one another while cellos saw, the backing singers croon, Bruce Springsteen wanders through for a very effective cameo, and Reed himself cements his status as New York's greatest living poet for all time.
  7. Street Hassle is the eighth solo studio album by American musician Lou Reed, released in February by Arista Records. Richard Robinson and Reed produced.
  8. The title song from ’s Street Hassle is a three-part description of the nuanced lifestyles found in the backstreets of New York.. The song is included in the soundtrack of the coming-of.

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