White Light/White Heat  

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White Light/White Heat is the second studio album by American rock band The Velvet Underground, released in 1968. It was the band's last with violist and founding member John Cale. In 2003, the album was ranked #293 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time.

Track listing

| all_writing = Lou Reed except where noted | headline = Side A | title1 = White Light/White Heat | length1 = 2:47 | title2 = The Gift | writer2 = Reed, Sterling Morrison, John Cale, Maureen Tucker | length2 = 8:18 | title3 = Lady Godiva's Operation | length3 = 4:56 | title4 = Here She Comes Now | writer4 = Reed, Morrison, Cale | length4 = 2:04 | total_length = 18:05 }} {{track listing | headline = Side B | title1 = I Heard Her Call My Name | length1 = 4:38 | title2 = Sister Ray | writer2 = Reed, Morrison, Cale, Tucker | length2 = 17:28 | total_length = 22:06




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