Following the self-conscious artiness of Berlin, Sally Can't Dance was Lou Reed's blatant stab at commercial success, featuring beefed-up guitar riffs, horn charts, and the occasional slick melody. The move paid off -- it was his only album to reach the Top 10 -- but it's an inconsistent record, complete with lackluster material, terrific rockers ("Sally Can't Dance" and "Kill Your Sons"), and one of Reed's best ballads, "Billy." ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, Rovi

Sally Can't Dance 2008, RCA

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Sally Can't Dance 1994, BMG

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Sally Can't Dance 1990, Buddha Records

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