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  • Walk on the Wild Side
  • Walk On The Wild Side
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  • "Walk on the Wild Side" is a Lou Reed song from his 1972 second solo album Transformer. Duran Duran performed the song with Reed during a charity concert for 'The Association to Benefit Children', at the Beacon Theatre in New York (USA) on 31 August 1987, during The Strange Behaviour Tour. John Taylor and Nick Rhodes included the song on the four-hour A Night at the Rum Runner radio show which was streamed online in 2000.
  • "Walk On The Wild Side" is a comedy song from Andrew Denton's Musical Challenge.
  • Walk on the Wild Side is episode twenty-one of season four on Family Matters. This show was originally aired on March 26, 1993. It was written by Sara V. Finney and Vida Spears and and directed by John Tracy.
  • Walk on the Wild Side is the eighth episode of Transformers: Rescue Bots. It first aired in the United States on April 21, 2012 on Hub Network.
  • "Walk on the Wild Side" is a Lou Reed song from his 1972 second solo album Transformer. It was produced by David Bowie. The song received wide radio coverage, despite its touching on taboo topics such as transsexuality, drugs, male prostitution and oral sex. In the United States, RCA released the single using an edited version of the song without the reference to oral sex.
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  • 4
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  • 21
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  • 1993-03-26
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Title
  • Walk on the Wild Side
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Writer
  • Sara V. Finney
  • Vida Spears
Director
  • John Tracy
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  • "Walk on the Wild Side" is a Lou Reed song from his 1972 second solo album Transformer. It was produced by David Bowie. The song received wide radio coverage, despite its touching on taboo topics such as transsexuality, drugs, male prostitution and oral sex. In the United States, RCA released the single using an edited version of the song without the reference to oral sex. The lyrics, describing a series of individuals and their journeys to New York City, refer to several of the regular "superstars" at Andy Warhol's New York studio, The Factory, namely Holly Woodlawn, Candy Darling, Joe Dallesandro, Jackie Curtis and Joe Campbell (referred to in the song by his nickname Sugar Plum Fairy). Candy Darling was also the subject of Reed's earlier song for The Velvet Underground, "Candy Says".
  • "Walk on the Wild Side" is a Lou Reed song from his 1972 second solo album Transformer. Duran Duran performed the song with Reed during a charity concert for 'The Association to Benefit Children', at the Beacon Theatre in New York (USA) on 31 August 1987, during The Strange Behaviour Tour. John Taylor and Nick Rhodes included the song on the four-hour A Night at the Rum Runner radio show which was streamed online in 2000.
  • "Walk On The Wild Side" is a comedy song from Andrew Denton's Musical Challenge.
  • Walk on the Wild Side is episode twenty-one of season four on Family Matters. This show was originally aired on March 26, 1993. It was written by Sara V. Finney and Vida Spears and and directed by John Tracy.
  • Walk on the Wild Side is the eighth episode of Transformers: Rescue Bots. It first aired in the United States on April 21, 2012 on Hub Network.
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