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by The Velvet Underground


White Light/White Heat (1968)

The follow-up album removes what gentleness The Velvet Underground & Nico possessed. This distorted masterpiece is either the best or worse thing you've ever heard.

The Velvet Underground & Nico (1967)

The band's groundbreaking debut, with styles ranging from the proto punk, art-rock "Heroin" to the radio-friendly "Sunday Morning."

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