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  1. Jul 02,  · The Blue Mask is the eleventh studio album by singer-songwriter Lou Reed. Released February 23, 1) My House 2) Women 3) Underneath the.
  2. Nov 17,  · The Blue Mask has stood the test of time very well in Lou Reed's oeuvre and is amongst my top 5 Reed albums. The varied material takes us from domestic bliss in My House ("I've really got a lucky life/My writing, my motorcycle and my wife") to extreme emotion and paranoia ("I cringe at my terror/I hate my own smell/I know where I must be/I must be in hell") which is a near perfect 5/5(9).
  3. The Blue Mask has stood the test of time very well in Lou Reed's oeuvre and is amongst my top 5 Reed albums. The varied material takes us from domestic bliss in My House ("I've really got a lucky life/My writing, my motorcycle and my wife") to extreme emotion and paranoia ("I cringe at my terror/I hate my own smell/I know where I must be/I must be in hell") which is a near perfect description 5/5(9).
  4. Lou Reed "The Heroine": Search "The Heroine" lyrics. Lou Reed Lyrics "The Heroine" The heroine stood up on the deck The ship was out of control The bow was being ripped to shreds Men were fighting down below album: "The Blue Mask" () My House. Women. Underneath The Bottle. The Gun. The Blue Mask. Average Guy. The Heroine.
  5. Album The Blue Mask. The Heroine Lyrics According to Lou Reed, “The Heroine” was inspired by the iconic image of a panicking Jackie Kennedy trying to climb out of the car where her husband.
  6. The Blue Mask is the eleventh solo studio album by American musician Lou Reed. It was the first album released after Reed had left Arista Records and returned to RCA Records. The album was released around Reed's 40th birthday, and covers topics of marriage and settling down, alongside themes of violence, paranoia, and alcoholism.
  7. "The Blue Mask" is often hailed by critics and fans alike as one of Lou Reed's greatest achievements, and it is deserving of the considerable praise. The disc contains some of Reed's most brutally honest writing in a concise set of songs exploring all aspects of human frailty - good, bad and ugly/5(80).
  8. "The Blue Mask," "Underneath the Bottle," and "The Heroine" all flow with a sense of poetry and rock 'n' roll. In —at a time when it was debatable if the '60s crowd could find relevance in a new decade—Reed proved it could be done without compromise.
  9. This album spends most of its time flowing seamlessly between slow and introspective songs such as My House, The Heroine, and The Day John Kennedy Died, into fearless, riff-driven rock on songs like Average Guy, and Waves of Fear, and culminates in what must be one of Lou's greatest songs on the gorgeous closing track Heavenly Arms.

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