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Take No Prisoners

by Lou Reed

Take No Prisoners by Lou Reed

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Take No Prisoners

by Lou Reed

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Label: Arista/Bmg Heritage
"I never said I was tasteful," Reed tells the crowd. A great live portrait of late-1970s Lou, this disc mixes oddball crank comedy and rock. Marketed to either S&M enthusiasts or punk rockers (possibly both...look at that crap cover), the album features a band that's as sharp as he is loose, and the man himself is much smarter (and funnier) than the anti-PC comedians that came decades later (that means you, Dennis Miller).

About This Album

"I never said I was tasteful," Reed tells the crowd. A great live portrait of late-1970s Lou, this disc mixes oddball crank comedy and rock. Marketed to either S&M enthusiasts or punk rockers (possibly both...look at that crap cover), the album features a band that's as sharp as he is loose, and the man himself is much smarter (and funnier) than the anti-PC comedians that came decades later (that means you, Dennis Miller).

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About This Album

"I never said I was tasteful," Reed tells the crowd. A great live portrait of late-1970s Lou, this disc mixes oddball crank comedy and rock. Marketed to either S&M enthusiasts or punk rockers (possibly both...look at that crap cover), the album features a band that's as sharp as he is loose, and the man himself is much smarter (and funnier) than the anti-PC comedians that came decades later (that means you, Dennis Miller).