Jeff Molnar

Weekdays 10AM-2PM


Buddha Records
Pop/Rock, Rock & Roll, Hard Rock, Proto-Punk, Album Rock, Contemporary Pop/Rock

Album Review

Following the self-conscious artiness of Berlin, Sally Can't Dance was Lou Reed's blatant stab at commercial success, featuring beefed-up guitar riffs, horn charts, and the occasional slick melody. The move paid off -- it was his only album to reach the Top 10 -- but it's an inconsistent record, complete with lackluster material, terrific rockers ("Sally Can't Dance" and "Kill Your Sons"), and one of Reed's best ballads, "Billy."
Stephen Thomas Erlewine, Rovi

Track Listing

  1. Ride Sally Ride
  2. Animal Language
  3. Baby Face
  4. N. Y. Stars
  5. Kill Your Sons
  6. Ennui
  7. Sally Can't Dance
  8. Billy
  9. Good Taste [#][*]
  10. Sally Can't Dance [Single Version][*]
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