"White Light/White Heat" (stereo version) originally issued as Verve V, January Recorded September at Mayfair Recording Studios, New York. Cover Photo: Billy Name Back Cover Photo: Mario Anniballi Cover Design: Acy R. Lehman LP2: C1: Recorded September 5, at Mayfair Recording Studios.
- spine reads "v white light/white heat the velvet underground verve" - Labels with both Mono and Stereo references - "Oakfield Avenue Music" publishing .
Side 1 plays in mono, side 2 plays in stereo. Cover and labels: V6/, the stereo catalog number. Side 1 plays mono. Side 1 matrix: V Side 1 MG Label credits Oakfield Avenue Music (A1, A4 to B2) and Three Prong Music (A2, A3). Side 2 matrix: V Side .
· The first side of White Light/White Heat has a dedicated mono mix, while the other side was released as a fold-down, so the second half ("I Heard Her Call My Name" and "Sister Ray") should certainly be listened to in stereo.
White Light/White Heat contains distorted, feedback-driven, and roughly recorded sound, which is regarded as influential. British rock band Buzzcocks were formed by Pete Shelley and Howard Devoto out of a shared interest in "Sister Ray".
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