The Velvet Underground :: Fully Re-Loaded

10 tunes were chosen for Loaded, each one a perfect pop miniature. The album is famous for its unparalleled one-two punch of "Sweet Jane" and "Rock & Roll," of course. But that's just the beginning of its delights. There's also the twilit balladry of "I Found A Reason," the choogling groove of "Train Round the Bend," the garage rock abandon of "Head Held High," and the slow, sad sway of "Oh! Sweet Nuthin'." Slyest of all is the groovy opener, "Who Loves the Sun," which wouldn't have sounded out of place next to the Archies on Lou . . .

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