Review #109: Transformer, Lou Reed

#109: Transformer, Lou Reed

Lou Reed died when I was in college, and so I walked around saying that I loved Lou Reed, but in fact the only Lou Reed song I’d ever heard was “Walk On the Wild Side.” (I was pretty familiar with Velvet Underground but that doesn’t count.)

Well, that’s not technically true. I also knew him from his song with Gorillaz, “Some Kind of Nature” from…

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