Heroin (track) by The Velvet Underground And Nico
Heroin appears on the following album(s) by The Velvet Underground And Nico:The Velvet Underground And Nico (this album) (1967).
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The second best song of all time isn't half as good as this masterpiece.
Heroin is probably the best song about any drug, why? Well becuase this song explains the feeling of the drug. It does that with the lyrics, the sound of Lou Reeds voice and the tempo and intensity of the music. This song is just, wonderfull.
I can not express with words how much I love this song.
Never had a favorite song until I heard Heroin. Still is my favorite almost 2 years since I first heard it.
It's a song that purely talks about heroin yet encompasses so much more than that, never has brooding existentialism been so uplifting yet so depressing, so unrelatable (as I've never done heroin) yet so familiar, just imagine what would happen if Lou threw another chord in there: probably wouldn't be the same but once you let this song take a hold of you simply nothing in life is ever the same again.
I believe that this is a song you can listen to once and never forget.
How can you describe the rush of a drug (or any ecstatic "high") both in lyrics and music? Well this is it. Perfect in every way!
My favourite song of the 60's...
Ahead of its time.
One of the best songs ever
I've never done heroin, and I have no intentions to ever touch it. However, this song gives you a good image of what heroin would be like for the user-both during the experience and the chaos and terror that a users life may be fraught with if they developed a dependency. It truly is one of the finest songs in history.
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