Released in 1990. Sire Warner Bros. 7599-26140-2.
Also released as a deluxe digipack edition with a velvet cover with liner notes by Bill Bentley and vintage Factory era photographs by Nat Finkelstein, Gerard Malanga, Billy Name, Stephen Shore and Ine Valeris.
All songs written by John Cale and Lou Reed.
The first full version is played on 29 and 30 November, and 2 and 3 December at the Next Wave Festival at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, New York. On the last date they are joined onstage by Maureen Tucker for the encore of Pale Blue Eyes. An extra perfromance without an audience is taped on December 4 or 5 for the Songs for Drella live video.
John Cale: vocals, keyboards, viola
Lou Reed: vocals, guitars
Produced by Lou Reed and John Cale
Recorded by Jeremy Darby
Mixed by Lou Reed, John Cale, Jeremy Darby and Michael Rathke
Production assistance: Michael Rathke
Keyboard technician: Andy Green
Assistant engineers: Mike Scalcione, Greg Wong and Victor Deyglio
Art direction & design: Tom Recchion and Sylvia Reed
Photo of Andy Warhol: Billy Name
Photo of Lou Reed/John Cale: James Hamilton
Performance photos: Jerome Sirlin, Risé Cale
Mastered by Bob Ludwig at Masterdisk
Recorded and mixed at Sigma Sound, NYC, USA
Ed Wubbe & Marco Goecke created a choreography for Dutch ballet company Scapino. The production is on tour in The Netherlands (February 18 - May 20, 2011). Not all song were used. Slip Away (A Warning), It Wasn't Me, I Believe and Nobody But You were left on the shelf. Wubbe and Goecke added a bit of jazz and Big Apple Express from Cale's Stainless Steel Gamelan: Inside The Dream Syndicate Vol III album.