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Between May and October 1969, the Velvet Underground:Lou Reed, Sterling Morrison, Moe Tucker and Doug Yule recorded fourteen songs at the Record Plant in New York City for what would have been the band's fourth album for MGM/Verve Records. But when the Velvets left the label soon after, the recordings were shelved, and would not be heard by the public for a decade and a half. These songs, from those long-lost sessions, capture the Velvet Underground at a fascinating transitional point between the understated intimacy of their self-titled third album and the focused melodic rock of their next release, Loaded . This never-before-released single isn't included in the Singles 1966-69 box set and is released here in a distinctive newly-designed sleeve on gold vinyl.