|Title:||The Velvets Revolution (15 Bands Inspired By The Velvet Underground)|
|Style:||Garage Rock, Lo-Fi, Noise, Indie Rock, Experimental|
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|–The Feelies||Slipping (Into Something)|
|–Thee Oh Sees||Destroyed Fortress Reappears|
|–Orange Juice||Blue Boy|
|–The Black Angels||Never/Ever|
|–Suicide||Pain Of Ruin|
|–Espers||That Which Darkly Thrives|
|–Hush Arbors||Fast Asleep|
|–Loop||Too Real To Feel|
|–Hope Sandoval & The Warm Inventions||Wild Roses|
|–The War On Drugs||Show Me The Coast|
|UNCUT 2009 12, UNCUT200912||Various||The Velvets Revolution (15 Bands Inspired By The Velvet Underground) (CD, Comp, Jew)||Uncut , Uncut||UNCUT 2009 12, UNCUT200912||UK||2009|
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Written-By – The Black Angels. 15. –The War On Drugs. Written-By – Adam Granduciel.
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CDs released by Velvet Revolution. Reference and discography. 8d 5h 36m. Various - Velvet Revolution Volume Two 1968-1971.
Fifteen Minutes: A Tribute to the Velvet Underground was an album released by Imaginary Records in the UK in 1994. The album consisted of contemporary artists performing cover versions of songs by the Velvet Underground. All the tracks had previously appeared on the three-volume Heaven & Hell series of covers of Velvet Underground tracks. Nirvana – "Here She Comes Now". Swervedriver – "Jesus". Lee Ranaldo – "Stephanie Says (. 5. Buffalo Tom – "All Tomorrow's Parties".
Forty-five years after the Velvet Underground released their debut album, Simmy Richman celebrates one of music's most influential bands. Simmy Richman yrichman. Sunday 14 October 2012 00:00. Back from left: John Cale, Mo Tucker, Nico, Sterling Morrison. By the late 1970s, his band's "Sister Ray"-inspired single "Roadrunner" had become an unlikely top-20 hit in the UK in the wake of the new wave phenomenon. Richman would later top that with a song called "Velvet Underground". The lyrics speak for themselves: "Both guitars got the fuzz tone on/ The drummer's standing upright pounding along/ A howl, a tone, a feedback whine/ Biker boys meet the college kind/ How in the world were they making that sound?/ Velvet Underground.