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Lou Reed & Metallica - Lulu herunterladen Darsteller: Lou Reed & Metallica
Titel: Lulu
Stil: Alternative Rock, Heavy Metal, Thrash, Experimental, Noise
Etikett: Warner Bros. Records
# Cat: 529084-2
Freigegeben: 01 Nov 2011
Land: US
FLAC album: 1613 mb
MP3 album: 1065 mb
Bewertung: 4.5
Genre: Rockmusik


1Brandenburg Gate4:19
2Mistress Dread6:51
3Pumping Blood7:24
4Junior Dad19:29
6Iced Honey4:36
7Little Dog8:01
8The View5:17
9Cheat On Me11:26


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
noneLou Reed & Metallica Lou Reed & Metallica - Lulu ‎(2xCDr, Album, Unofficial)Digital Records noneRussiaUnknown
602527863689 Lou Reed & Metallica Lou Reed & Metallica - Lulu ‎(2xCD, Album)Vertigo602527863689 Poland2011
DU30021/278 159-7Lou Reed & Metallica Lou Reed & Metallica - Lulu ‎(2xCD, Album)VertigoDU30021/278 159-7South Korea2011
602527815978Lou Reed & Metallica Lou Reed & Metallica - Lulu ‎(2xCD, Album)Vertigo602527815978UK & Europe2011
602527815978Lou Reed & Metallica Lou Reed & Metallica - Lulu ‎(2xCD, Album)Vertigo602527815978Taiwan2011


  • Barcode (Printed): 0 9362 49536 9 2
  • Barcode (Scanned): 093624953692
  • Matrix / Runout (Disk 1): Z107745 1 529084-2.1 TEXT 01 M1S3
  • Mould SID Code (Disk 1): IFPI 2U9B
  • Mastering SID Code (Disk 1): IFPI L909
  • Matrix / Runout (Disk 2): Z107746 1 529084-2.2 TEXT 01 M1S3
  • Mould SID Code (Disk 2): IFPI 2U9D
  • Mastering SID Code (Disk 2): IFPI L909


  • Pressed By – Cinram, Olyphant, PA – Z107745
  • Pressed By – Cinram, Olyphant, PA – Z107746



Lulu is a collaboration album between rock singer-songwriter Lou Reed and heavy metal band Metallica. It was released on October 31, 2011 by Warner Bros. in the U. and Vertigo elsewhere. The album is the final full-length studio recording project that Reed was involved in before his death in October 2013. It was recorded in San Rafael, California, during April to June 2011, after Reed had played with Metallica at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's 25th Anniversary Concert which led to them wanting to. Lou Reed & Metallica - Lulu Full Album. D2DJ. Todos los derechos son de MetallicA. Lo he subido para uso y entretención personal, no poseo derechos sobre la obra de la banda, salvo la de DISFRUTAR. All rights MetallicA. I've gone - Lou Reed, Metallica. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей Lou Reed & Metallica. Lulu is a record synonymous with abuse - vocal abuse toward the record from its listeners perceived abuse by both artists against their fans and the abuse that defines Frank Wedekind's bleak plays Erdgeist and Die Büchse der Pandora, upon which Lou Reed based his macabre and challenging lyrics. First and foremost, Lulu is a Lou Reed album. Metallica may receive collaborative billing, and Reed has made canny use of the band's skill set, but it's clear after the first ten minutes that he is the auteur on this project, and most Metallica fans are going to be awfully puzzled by Lulu. Then again, Reed's fans may be scratching their heads, too - Lulu is a purposefully difficult album, one that insists you meet it on its own terms, and the angry flood of sounds and ideas that pours from its ten long songs demands more than a little patience. The news that Lou Reed and Metallica were to collaborate was met with no small dose of trepidation. The combination of Metallicas aforementioned troubles mixed with the fact that Reed is a mere blip on the Relevance Radar was a stark early warning to many. Lulu presents a set of songs inspired by German expressionist Frank Wedekind's early 20th century plays Earth Spirit and Pandora's Box. The plays, originally published in 1904 and set in Germany, Paris and London in the 1890s, whirl between the points of view of Lulu, a prostitute locked in a vicious cycle of desire and abuse, and the people who fall desperately in love with her. Lou Reed and Metallica's collaborative album based on German playwright Frank Wedekind's plays about a social-climber-turned-prostitute has been preemptively crowned The Worst Album of All Time. How bad is it Well. When Metallica announced last June that they had recorded a new album with Lou Reed, fans of both artists responded with confusion, if not outright despair. Metallica's collaborative album with Lou Reed, titled Lulu, sold a little over 3,000 copies copies in the United States in its second week of , 2011, Lou Reed and Metallica released their perplexing collaboration, 'Lulu. But maybe the hostility Lulu inspired merits a certain praise. Not since Reeds unlistenable 1975 album Metal Machine Music had listeners reacted with such hostility to one of his albums. And Metallica fans were more unhappy about Lulu than they had been with 2003s much-derided St. The hostility didnt come because Reeds style of singing was incompatible with Metallicas tight rhythms Metallicas trademark style of riffing was largely absent. Listen free to Lou Reed & Metallica Lulu Brandenburg Gate, The View and more. 10 tracks 87:05. Lulu is a collaborative album between rock singer-songwriter Lou Reed and heavy metal band Metallica. It was released on 31 October 2011 by Warner Bros. The album is the final full-length studio recording project that Reed was involved in before his death in 2013. It was recorded in San Rafael, California, during April through June 2011, after Reed had played with Metallica at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's 25th Anniversary Concert which led to them

Kommentare: (22)
It took several listens, but I've come to appreciate this album for what it is: an odd misstep with no real direction. Sometimes, one has to have chaos.
Here is my two cents. I love Reed. Metallica sucks. The album as a concept could work if he hooked up with a band that had more nuance. Can you imagine what this might be like with Melvins backing him? Melvins for all their heaviness would bring a more flexible and nuanced palate to the mess. I don't hate it. It's kind of a wonder it even exists. I spin it once every couple years just to see if I've grown into it. I haven't.
I like MetallicaI like Lou ReedI love this album: disturbing,terrifying and lyrical
I am the table! - Yeah, uhm, sure. What were they thinking?
I also applaud both Lou and Metallica for doing something that nobody has done before. This is one album in your collection that you can't say is similar to much else. Lou, who loved to challenge and frighten the people's expectations partners with some fierce hard rock. Lour Reed really had a different interpretation to "frightening us" than hard rock players do. Combining these two interpretations gives quite a unique performance. Would not be surprised if this album survived through the decades to be something valued by the future music culture. Similar to The Velvet Underground & Nico not being particularly popular at it's time of release, if you don't like the sound of this album keep trying until you begin to understand what they were trying to do.
I applaud their effort to venture into different territory as the evolution of their studio albums comes to a halt.
Having played together before and familiarity with Reeds back catalogue makes this collaboration unsurprising.Based on two tragic plays in a similar territory to Reeds Berlin album, the cover of Lulu promises this will not be an easy listen.Brandenburg Gate begins gently and acoustic before Metallica crash in for a mid pace thrash around. Pumping Blood introduces a string section contributing drones to compete with the guitars.Beyond this point Lulu consists of varying tempos, elongated musical interludes (warning may contain jamming and noodling) and thrash with Reeds usual deadpan vocals and James Hetfieldoccasionally adding raspy backing.At one point it sounds like Lars Ulrich is so bored that every once in a while he throws a drum down the stairs to see what happens.As with all double albums a bit of pruning and editing would create a very good album, Junior Dad for example requires the removal of flab.Placed firmly between The Velvet Undergrounds White Light/White Heat album, Like A Possum (from Reeds Ecstasy) and Metal Machine Music with a Berlin like narrative this is not an album you'd return to often......if at all. This is art writ large and is arguably a fitting coda to Reeds career, he wasn't bothered if people like this album or not. Whether it is the death knell for Metallicaremains to be seen (recent events over their Glastonbury appearance show they have have a mountain sized public relations mountain to climb that makes the Napster controversy look like small fry). Definately not the place to start for anyone interested in either artist. Approach with caution.
Lou Reed does his thing while metallica plays softly in the background. Worst cd ever made. Probably more appreciated by Lou Reed fans, definetly not for Metal(lica) fans!
Hooray for the CD of the year......because it sure as shit ain't this one. It's horrendous enough that this is just plain, nausea-inducing, left-arm-numbing, bad. It's worse than that, though. They weren't happy just to cram all this weird, foolish, foulness on a single CD. Oh, no. Those sick bastards had to get all cute and spread it out over TWO of them. And that's a slap in the face if there ever was one. Even the almost, ALMOST equally brutal, "St. Anger", was limited to one CD. The profoundly confusing, "Load" and "Reload", were basically one album but were released a couple years apart....each on one CD. This should be on no CDs. This album should exist only in the most out of reach location known to mankind so that no human, no matter how vile and deserving of bad, evil, ill-conceived music, could ever possibly get it in their grubby mitts and play the thing.I don't like this album. No one in my house likes this album. My wife made me watch, "The Notebook", with her for making her hear it. The next night she went out and got drunk with her friends at some Chippendales type place. That was her revenge and I'm fortunate it was relatively mild. My friends all hate this album and now they all laugh at me for being such a sucker and dropping ten bucks on it. They told me that I should have just downloaded it illegally and I should have. There's a laundry list of all the people who no longer feel I have any credibility when it comes to selecting cool music. There's no redemption in hating it either; I actually bought it and that makes me an idiot now.I finally decided to throw it out and put it out with the trash for pick-up on a Monday morning not too long ago. When I came home from work that evening, I went to the bottom of the driveway to retrieve the empty receptacles. Inside one of them was this album and a note advising me that I needed to make special arrangements in order to dispose of certain types of waste. On the back was a full list and someone had written, "Lulu CD", at the very bottom. So I took the discs and got back in my car and drove off into the night, and eventually threw them out the window as I went over a creek a couple miles from my subdivision. By Thursday evening, they were waiting for me in the mailbox with the mail. I have tried other methods of getting rid of them as well. The last one - and the one which I thought would work best, was to take them into a local used CD store and just leave it there on one of the racks. I thought, "How could that possibly go wrong?" Somehow, it did. As I was leaving the store, the alarm went off like I was leaving without paying for something. The owner darted across the store, past the CD rack I left it in, quickly grabbed it and aggressively shoved it into my chest. "Don't you ever try to dump something like THIS in my store again!!!"So where are they now? Bottom of the catbox. Safest damn place they could ever possibly be, too.Seriously, there isn't a single note on this entire release that doesn't make me cringe like I'm constipated. Some things are so bad they actually end up being funny. Not this. Metallica makes themselves look and sound like total idiots for doing this. Lou Reed looks like an idiot for doing this. Zero redeeming qualities, zero moments that bring a smile to the listener's face - unless they happen to be completely insane. This is by far the worst album I have heard in all of 2011, and in the top ten personal worst of all-time, right up there with none other than, "St. Anger". It's literally so bad, it has to be a joke. There has to be someone, somewhere, who is laughing hysterically about this album's existence.
Thanks man, you made my day xD
You know.. It's people like you that make the music industry laugh at how miserably ignorant you are to what music actually is. It doesn't have to be to your liking. They weren't writing it for you.
Probably the best review of all time. I'm not sure, I'll have to go back and check every other review ever written about anything, but this might be the cake taker.
I just heard about this abomination. I can't believe they had enough bad material for two cd's. It may be a train wreck that I have to hear to believe though.
So, calling it an abomination was a little premature, but I got my information from several reliable friends. Now, that I have heard most of it I can truly say it's like two great tastes that don't go great together. It's not chocolate and peanut butter it's beer and candy corn. By all means, feel free to like the duo of beer and candy corn together, but it just leaves a bad taste in my mouth.
So, you haven't heard it yet, but you've already decided it's an "abomination." Thanks for taking the time to share your informed opinion with the Discogs community.
I love Lou Reed and I love Metallica but this is pure crap.
Horrible, horrible idea. I love Lou Reed but he needs to give up singing, he's just not what he use to be.
Apparently this project is/was not a bad joke. It is bad music though. Painful, painful stuff.
I'm indifferent to both artists. I like bits and bobs but this is shocking and has little to do with the people involved particularly. It's more about compositions themselves, the artistic concept, it's execution and the performances within. It's a car crash full of kittens and puppies and orphans of which there were no survivors.
It's not a bad joke, it just sounds like one
on the preliminary that you either totally adores or hates on of these artists, it may suck. But this record (i think) takes the best of lou reed (lyrics and a dreadful, original voice) plus the best of metallica (hard-rocking, skillful instruments). And i don't even like metallica.