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Old 07.23.2014, 01:18 PM   #90
Mortte Jousimo
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Finally I have listened all his studio & live albums I found (I would really like to hear the Stone: Issue Three with Zorn & Anderson, but I couldnīt find it anywhere). I also listened Lulu & found it a lot better than when I heard it first time, but itīs not still one of my favourite Reed or Metallica records. I think there doesnīt exist bad Reed record. Even when heīs flirting with disco in the Bells or eighties pop in New Sensations and Mistreal, he manages a lot better than many others in same genre. Of course he has weak songs, but there are always also great songs in every album. My favourites at the moment are: Transformer, Berlin (both versions), Metal Machine Music (both versions), Street Hassle, Live-take no prisoners, the Blue Mask, New York, Songs For Drella, Set the Twilight Reeling, American Poet, Hudson River Wind Meditations & Creation of the Universe
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