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January 22, 2009

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MEK

I read somewhere else, you are not truly a New Yorker until you walk past Lou Reed on the street and you did that twice. I would have said hello,I'm a big fan at least. What's the worst he can do or say? He can't be as cranky as Donald Fagen, or can he? LOL.

GG Allin

Sorry, man. RNRA is better than Ya-Ya's. I absolutely love it. It helps that I was born the day it was recorded!

Before Geocities closed shop I saved what Prakash John posted on his page about this LP. Check it out here: http://thereisasite.blogspot.com/2010/10/lou-reeds-rock-n-roll-animal-lp-review.html

Arby

Bollocks. This ia a great album which captures pure Reed circa 1978. Great album - even with the sax ;))

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