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Mistrial (album)

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Released  June 1986 (1986-06)
Length  39:12
Artist  Lou Reed
Label  RCA Records
Recorded  1986
Mistrial (1986)  New York (1989)
Release date  1986
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Studio  The Power Station, Manhattan, New York City
Producer  Lou Reed Fernando Saunders
Genres  Rock music, Pop rock, New wave
Similar  Lou Reed albums, Rock music albums

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Mistrial is the fourteenth solo studio album by the American recording artist Lou Reed. It was originally released in June 1986, by RCA Records two years after his previous album, New Sensations. A music video was created for the song "No Money Down" that featured an animatronic Lou Reed. The guitar on the cover was courtesy of Schecter Sales.


Track listing

All tracks written by Lou Reed.


Credits are adapted from the album's liner notes.

  • Lou Reed – vocals; lead, power and rhythm guitar
  • Fernando Saunders – rhythm guitar on "Tell It to Your Heart" and "Don't Hurt a Woman"; bass guitar; bass synthesizer; drum programming; piano on "I Remember You"; percussion on "Outside"; backing vocals
  • Eddie Martinez – rhythm guitar on "No Money Down", "Don't Hurt a Woman" and "The Original Wrapper"
  • Rick Bell – tenor saxophone on "No Money Down"
  • J.T. Lewis – drums on "Mistrial", "Don't Hurt a Woman" and "Tell It to Your Heart"; percussion on "No Money Down"
  • Sammy Merendino – drum programming on "Don't Hurt a Woman" and "Tell It to Your Heart"; percussion on "No Money Down", "Video Violence" and "The Original Wrapper"
  • Jim Carroll – backing vocals on "Video Violence"
  • Rubén Blades – backing vocals on "I Remember You" and "Tell It to Your Heart"
  • Production team
  • Lou Reed – producer
  • Fernando Saunders – producer
  • Bruce Lampcov – mixing
  • Sylvia Reed – cover design
  • Songs

    2No Money Down3:10


    Mistrial (album) Wikipedia

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