Text on the sleeve: "SPECIFICATIONS Sony 1/2 track Uher 1/4 track Pioneer 1/4 track 5 piggyback Marshall Tube Amps in series Arbitor distortor (Jimi's) Marantz Preamps Marantz Amps Altec Voice of America Monitor Speakers Sennheiser Headphones Drone cognizance and harmonic possibilities vis a vis Lamont Young's Dream Music Rock orientation, melodically disguised, i.e. drag Avoidance of any type of atonality. Electro-Voice high filter microphones Fender Tremolo Unit Sunn Tremolo Unit Ring Modulator/Octave Relay Jump Fender Dual Showman Bass Amp with Reverb Unit (Pre-Columbia) white No Synthesizers No Arp No Instruments? --10 db + 57db --20 hz--+30,000 hz --12 hz--+28,000 hz Distortion 0.02 bass and treble ceilings Combinations and Permutations built upon constant harmonic Density Increase and Melodic Distractions. STRICT STEREO SEPARATION No panning No phasing No"
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Matrix / Runout (Side A, hand-etched runout, variant 1): CPL-2-1101-A-1 [STERLING I A2 stamped]
Pressed By – RCA Records Pressing Plant, Indianapolis
Metal Machine Music subtitled The Amine β Ring is the fifth studio album by American rock musician Lou Reed, released as a double album in July 1975 by RCA Records. A departure from the rest of his catalog, the album features no songs or even recognizably structured compositions, eschewing melody and rhythm for modulated feedback and guitar effects, mixed at varying speeds by Reed. In the album's liner notes, Reed claimed to have invented heavy metal, and asserted that Metal Machine Music was the. Lou Reed. Metal Machine Music. Посмотреть сведения об участниках альбома, рецензии, композиции и приобрести альбом 1975 Gatefold Vinyl от Metal Machine Music The Amine β Ring на Machine Music - Lou Reed. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Lou Reeds 1975 album has been called one of the worst albums ever made. The truth is it is the product of genuine love and passion, still exhilarating and bursting with possibility four decades on. For a good 15 years after its 1975 release, Metal Machine Music, a double album of avant-garde noise put out by a rock legend who was only starting to get his commercial due, was discussed as a gesture more than as music. Explanations for its existence proliferated. Some said it was Lou Reeds attempt to get out of a record contract, or a fuck-you to fans who only wanted to hear his most popular songs. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist Sample. Metal Machine Music, Pt. Lou Reeds double album of guitar feedback , An extravagance, of drug fuelled self indulgent, art or music or noise It killed his career commercially But only temporarily. Read more. One would be hard-pressed to name a major artist who ever released an album as thoroughly alienating as Lou Reed's Metal Machine Music at a time when noise rock and punk had yet to make their presence known, Reed released this 64-minute aural assault that offered up a densely layered soundscape constructed from feedback, distortion, and atonal guitar runs sped. Metal Machine Music sometimes abbreviated MMM is an album by Lou Reed. It was originally released as a two-disc LP by RCA Records in 1975. It was reissued on a single compact disc by BMG in 1998 and again by Buddah Records in 2000. As a radical departure from the rest of Reed's catalog, Metal Machine Music is generally considered to be either a joke, a grudging fulfillment of a contractual obligation, or an early example of noise music. Reed himself has said of the album I was serious about it. I was also really, really stoned. In the album's liner notes he claimed to. Metal Machine Music, subtitled The Amine β Ring, is the fifth solo album by American rock musician Lou Reed. It was originally released as a double album by RCA Records in 1975. A departure from the rest of Reed's catalog, Metal Machine Music is considered to be a joke, a grudging fulfillment of a contractual obligation, or an early example of noise music. The album features no songs or even recognizably structured compositions, eschewing melody and rhythm for an hour of modulated feedback and guitar. Reed's sixth solo album, Metal Machine Music was released in 1975, five years after the dispersal of the Velvet Underground, and it represented a new way of thinking about reality that implied a new kind of relationship between sound, composer and listener, involving a disgusted rejection of his superficial public image and a typically argumentative testing of what was possible in rock. music in terms of execution, comprehension and conception. I've said it before and I'll say it again it exists both as a work of art, a portal through which you can find a provocative history o
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