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This article is about Lou Reed's album. For the film studio, see New Sensations (studio).
|Studio album by Lou Reed|
|Recorded||Skyline Studios, New York City|
|Genre||Rock, new wave|
|Producer||John Jansen, Lou Reed|
|Lou Reed chronology|
When this album was released, critics and listeners alike took note of a change in the songs as being more upbeat and fun than much of Reed's prior work.
All songs written by Lou Reed.
- "I Love You, Suzanne" – 3:19
- "Endlessly Jealous" – 3:57
- "My Red Joystick" – 3:36
- "Turn to Me" – 4:22
- "New Sensations" – 5:42
- "Doin' the Things that We Want To" – 3:55
- "What Becomes a Legend Most" – 3:37
- "Fly Into the Sun" – 3:04
- "My Friend George" – 3:51
- "High in the City" – 3:27
- "Down at the Arcade" – 3:40
- Lou Reed - lead & rhythm guitar, vocals
- Fernando Saunders - electric & string bass, background vocals, rhythm guitar on "My Red Joystick" and "My Friend George"
- Fred Maher - drums
- Peter Wood - piano, synthesizers, accordion
- Lakshminarayana Shankar - electric violin
- Michael Brecker - tenor saxophone
- Randy Brecker - trumpet
- Jon Faddis - trumpet
- Tom Malone - trombone, horn arrangement
- Jocelyn Brown - background vocals
- Rory Dodd - background vocals
- Connie Harvey - background vocals
- Eric Troyer - background vocals
- Waring Abbott - photography, art direction
- AllMusic review
- Kot, Greg (January 12, 1992). "Lou Reed's Recordings: 25 Years Of Path-breaking Music". Chicago Tribune. Retrieved July 29, 2013.
- Christgau, Robert (July 24, 1984). "Christgau's Consumer Guide". The Village Voice (New York). Retrieved July 29, 2013.
- Rolling Stone review
- New Sensations by Lou Reed, Kurt Loder, 07 June 1984, Rolling Stone
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