That night's VU set at the Boston Tea Party was recorded by a fan either directly in front of Reed's amp or actually plugged into it. Vocals and bass are barely audible. It's a guitar onslaught -- crude, frenzied, gnarled, chaotic.
Back in the 1990s, I bought a cassette version of this -- dubbed onto a Maxell XLII tape -- at Adult Crash in the East Village for $8.98. The notes on the front card call this "the blow-out of blow-outs ... a fantastic ride through the guts of the band on a wild night".
I believe the files here are a copy of the 2006 Japanese remaster.
01. I Can't Stand It 5:49(Parts A and B. mp3/224 kbps; personal use only; do not trade. There is glitch in track 05 at 3:32-3:43, which is present on all versions of this tape.)
02. Candy Says 4:25
03. I'm Waiting For The Man 7:04
04. Ferryboat Bill 4:36
05. I'm Set Free 4:52
06. What Goes On 7:37
07. White Light/White Heat 7:37
08. Beginning To See The Light 5:35
09. Jesus 3:28
10. Heroin 8:20
11. Sister Ray 26:27
More glorious guitar noise: Robert Quine absolutely shreds Matthew Sweet's "Girlfriend" and Iggy and the Stooges crash through "TV Eye" from 1970.