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Lou Reed & Metallica - Lulu (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Lulu (LP Version) [VINYL] I'll be playing this again and again, like all the best Lou Reed albums. Respect to Metallica for getting involved - it's the most adventurous and interesting thing they have done in many years. Love it. Read more. 9 people found this helpful. Helpful. Comment Report abuse/5().
  2. Aug 15,  · Lou Reed was so full of shit in his lifetime it was impossible to ever take a word he said seriously, so when he said of this unlikely collaboration with Metallica that it was “the best thing ever done by anybody,” it was easy to write it off as just more empty punk braggadocio by the guy who invented empty punk braggadocio.. And it was even easier to write off given that said.
  3. Nov 01,  · Lulu is a story of a young woman who's seen quite a bit. Originally conceived as a Berlin theater production by avant-garde director Robert Wilson, Lulu is an interesting collaboration between two iconoclastic rock acts: Lou Reed and Metallica. It’s more in line with a Lou Reed album. Reed narrates and sings most of the material, with Metallica’s James Hetfield providing backing vocals and.
  4. Lulu, an Album by Lou Reed & Metallica. Released 31 October on Vertigo (catalog no. ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Heavy Metal, Avant-Garde Metal.3/5(2).
  5. If it was an odd idea, the result, ‘Lulu’, was even more baffling; 77 gruelling minutes of Metallica at their most-sludgy, over which Lou Reed, in that unmistakable thin rasp, took on the.
  6. Metallica will release their eleventh studio album, Hardwired To Self-Destruct, on November 18th, via Blackened Recordings. The 2 CD / 2 Vinyl set is the Grammy® Award winning Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee’ s first studio album since ’ s multi-platinum Death Magnetic/5(1).
  7. Just finished listening to the entire "Lulu" album masterfully created by Lou Reed and Metallica. Before I go any further this is not a Metallica album and it's not a Lou Reed album. Do some quick research on Frank Wedekind and his Lulu plays and it will help you understand where this project is coming from.

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