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Out of print in the U.S. Vintage Violence is the debut solo studio album by Welsh musician and founding member of the Velvet Underground John Cale. The incredible quiet and ethereal 'Amsterdam' sounds beautiful and there is the opener 'Hello, There', a song that feels like it would fit nicely on the Velvets Loaded album. Songs like 'Big White Cloud' and 'Adelaide' are catchy tunes that time seems to have forgotten. Vintage Violence received mostly positive reviews. Rolling Stone magazine's Ed Ward said that the album sounds 'like a Byrds album produced by Phil Spector who has marinated for six years in burgundy, anise and chili peppers'. It stands up well next to such masterpieces as Astral Weeks, Jesse Winchester's debut album and Highway 61.
Out of print in the U.S. Vintage Violence is the debut solo studio album by Welsh musician and founding member of the Velvet Underground John Cale. The incredible quiet and ethereal 'Amsterdam' sounds beautiful and there is the opener 'Hello, There', a song that feels like it would fit nicely on the Velvets Loaded album. Songs like 'Big White Cloud' and 'Adelaide' are catchy tunes that time seems to have forgotten. Vintage Violence received mostly positive reviews. Rolling Stone magazine's Ed Ward said that the album sounds 'like a Byrds album produced by Phil Spector who has marinated for six years in burgundy, anise and chili peppers'. It stands up well next to such masterpieces as Astral Weeks, Jesse Winchester's debut album and Highway 61.
8718627228609
John Cale - Vintage Violence

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Format: CD
Label: MOCD
Rel. Date: 03/29/2019
UPC: 8718627228609

Vintage Violence
Artist: John Cale
Format: CD
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Out of print in the U.S. Vintage Violence is the debut solo studio album by Welsh musician and founding member of the Velvet Underground John Cale. The incredible quiet and ethereal 'Amsterdam' sounds beautiful and there is the opener 'Hello, There', a song that feels like it would fit nicely on the Velvets Loaded album. Songs like 'Big White Cloud' and 'Adelaide' are catchy tunes that time seems to have forgotten. Vintage Violence received mostly positive reviews. Rolling Stone magazine's Ed Ward said that the album sounds 'like a Byrds album produced by Phil Spector who has marinated for six years in burgundy, anise and chili peppers'. It stands up well next to such masterpieces as Astral Weeks, Jesse Winchester's debut album and Highway 61.
        
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