Groundbreaking 1972 Album On Vinyl LP! 45th Anniversary!
Remastered Under Lou Reed's Direct Personal Supervision!
Rolling Stone 500 Greatest Albums of All Time - Rated 194/500!
Transformer is Lou Reed's bestselling second solo album, co-produced by David
Bowie and Mick Ronson (the late guitarist who played with Bowie's Spiders From
Mars). Klaus Voorman, famed session bassist who designed the cover of the
Beatles' Revolver album and played on John Lennon's and George Harrison's solo
albums, plays bass on Transformer. The album contains several of Reed's most
enduring classics, including "Walk On The Wild Side", "Perfect Day" and
"Vicious". Transformer is ranked #55 in NME's list of the Greatest Albums of All
"A glam manifesto as outrageous as Lou Reed himself..." - Rolling Stone
"A Classic" - Trouser Press
"Outrageous, disturbing and weirdly compelling, this album is worth owning"
- Ink Blot Magazine
"'Vicious'? It's the best song he's done since the days of the Velvet
Underground" - Nick Tosches
"Transformer is easily my best-produced album" - Lou Reed
• Vinyl LP
• 45th Anniversary
• Produced by David Bowie & Mick Ronson
• Remastered under Lou Reed's direct personal supervision
2. Andy's Chest
3. Perfect Day
4. Hangin' 'Round
5. Walk On The Wild Side
1. Make Up
2. Satellite Of Love
3. Wagon Wheel
4. New York Telephone Conversation
5. I'm So Free
6. Goodnight Ladies