Lou Reed’s Collected Lyrics to be reissued

With new intros from Laurie Anderson and Martin Scorsese

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Currently out of print, Lou Reed’s I’ll Be Your Mirror: Collected Lyrics will be republished by Faber on November 7.

This new edition has been updated to include Reed’s lyrics to Metallica collaboration album Lulu, plus new introductions by Laurie Anderson, Martin Scorsese and James Atlas.

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I’ll Be Your Mirror will be published in hardback trade edition, ebook and limited edition. The £100 limited edition includes reversed colour design printed on high gloss, reflective silver mirror paper, black cloth slipcase and a facsimile pamphlet of previously unpublished handwritten lyrics from 1974’s Sally Can’t Dance. There will be only 250 copies authenticated with the official Lou Reed estate stamp.

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