The Velvet Underground Lyrics

Genre: Rock

The Velvet Underground Albums

The Velvet Underground Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Jesus
2 Hey Mr. Rain
3 Afterhours
4 Beginning to See the Light
5 Coney Island Steeplechase
6 Jesus (Closet Mix)
7 Pale Blue Eyes
8 Here She Comes Now
9 All Tomorrow's Parties (Demo)
10 Rock and Roll
11 Jesus ("Closet Mix" Version)
12 Sweet Jane
13 What Goes On (Closet Mix Version)
14 Train Round The Bend (Alternate Mix)
15 Head Held High
16 Ferryboat Bill
17 Oh Gin
18 That's the Story of My Life
19 Train Round the Bend
20 We're Gonna Have A Real Good Time Together
21 Cool It Down
22 I Heard Her Call My Name
23 Rock 'n Roll
24 Heroin
25 Femme Fatale
26 The Black Angel's Death Song
27 Pale Blue Eyes ("Closet Mix" Version)
28 Venus in Furs
29 All Tomorrow's Parties
30 Coyote
31 I'm Not Too Sorry (Now That You're Gone) [Demo]
32 Some Kinda Love (Closet Mix)
33 Some Kinda Love
34 Andy's Chest
35 It Was a Pleasure Then
36 Candy Says (Closet Mix)
37 Beginning to See the Light ("Closet Mix" Version)
38 European Son
39 Little Sister
40 Hey Mr. Rain 1
41 Ocean (Outtake)
42 White Light / White Heat
43 What Goes On (Closet Mix)
44 Prominent Men (Demo)
45 Ride Into The Sun (Demo)
46 Sister Ray
47 Love Makes You Feel Ten Feet Tall (Demo)
48 After Hours
49 Stephanie Says
50 Ocean [Live]
51 Chelsea Girls
52 Oh! Sweet Nuthin'
53 Countess From Hong Kong (Demo)
54 Temptation Inside Your Heart
55 One of These Days
56 Lonesome Cowboy Bill
57 Who Loves The Sun (Alternate Mix)
58 I Found a Reason
59 Run, Run, Run
60 That's the Story of My Life ("Closet Mix" Version)
61 I'm Sticking With You
62 White Light/White Heat
63 Lisa Says
64 I'm Waiting for the Man
65 Lonesome Cowboy Bill (Early Version)
66 I Can't Stand It
67 I'm Gonna Move Right In
68 I'll Be Your Mirror
69 There She Goes Again
70 After Hours (Closet Mix)
71 Sunday Morning
72 Foggy Notion

The Velvet Underground Bio

The Velvet Underground was an American rock band formed in New York City. First active from 1964 to 1973, its best-known members were Lou Reed and John Cale, who both went on to find success as solo artists. Although experiencing little commercial success while together, the band is often cited by many critics as one of the most important and influential groups of the 1960s. In a 1982 interview Brian Eno made the often repeated statement that while the first Velvet Underground album may have sold only 30,000 copies in its early years, "everyone who bought one of those 30,000 copies started a band."

Andy Warhol managed the Velvet Underground and it was the house band at his studio, the Factory, and his Exploding Plastic Inevitable events. The provocative lyrics of some of the band's songs gave a nihilistic outlook to some of their music.