Andy Warhol's Velvet Underground featuring Nico is a compilation album of the Velvet Underground released by MGM Records in 1971 that features selections from the band's first three studio albums. Originally released as a doubleLP, the cover artwork and inside gatefold sleeve feature imitations of Andy Warhol's paintings of Coca-Cola bottles, but are credited to other artists on the back sleeve of the album. The album was released in the UK to capitalise on the interest from Warhol's Pork.
John Cale - vocals, electric viola, organ, bass guitar
Sterling Morrison - vocals, guitar, bass guitar
Maureen Tucker - percussion
Note: Doug Yule is not credited, although he provides lead vocals on "Candy Says", as well as bass guitar on "Pale Blue Eyes" and "Beginning to See the Light", as he replaced John Cale on the band's third album. Original pressings of the album misspell Sterling Morrison's name as "Stirling Morrison".
Illustration, Design, Art Direction – Grahame Berney, Keith Davis, Oliver Wade