Femme Fatale" is a song by The Velvet Underground from their 1967 debut album The Velvet Underground & Nico, with lead vocals by Nico. At producer Andy Warhol's request, band frontman Lou Reed wrote the song about Warhol superstar Edie Sedgwick. The song was released as a B-Side to "Sunday Morning" in December 1966. It is one of the gentler songs of the album, coming as a direct contrast to the preceding, abrasive song, "I'm Waiting for the Man".
Christa Nico Paffgen’s career after The Velvet Underground revealed a bleak, mandrax-and heroin-addicted proto-gothic personality that resonated with the post-punk audience. Disc one Drama Of Exil. lus features the decidedly rockist 1981 album with eight additional tracks. Drawing on David Bowie’s Scary Monsters guitar sound, the album features covers of his Heroes and the Velvets’ I’m Waiting For The Man. Disc two?the 14-track Live At Chelsea Town Hall .
by Nico - 17 Tracks - 1:15:06. Release date 04/23/2002. All Tomorrows Parties: Nico Live. Janitor Of Lunacy (Live At The Library Theatre Manchester).
Femme Fatale (Femme Fatale album). Femme Fatale is the debut studio album by American hard rock band Femme Fatale, released in 1988 through MCA Records. It peaked at on The Billboard 200 the following year. The song "Touch and Go" was featured on the soundtrack of the 1988 film License to Drive. Waiting for the Big One" (Rich Neighbor, David N. Cole) - 4:23. Falling In and Out of Love" (Mazzi Rawd, Lorraine Lewis) - 3:48.
The Velvet Underground & Nico (1967) – Femme Fatale (Song by Nico, Lou Reed & Joh. :37. The Velvet Underground – 03 - Femme Fatale. Бэндслэм (Bandslam) - 2009 – 06. The Velvet Underground & Nico - Femm. :41. The Velvet Underground, Lou Reed – Femme Fatale. The Velvet Underground – Femme Fatale.