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The band became well-known at the C-Squat in the Lower East Side of Manhattan for their innovative music and politically charged lyrics.[4] They also became infamous for their Satanic imagery and references to the vagrant lifestyle, including smoking both crack cocaine and marijuana, shoplifting, and squatting.[5] The band prides itself on its atheism, and makes frequent references to Satan. On the album No Gods, No Managers, they use excerpts from the lectures of political scientist Michael Parenti.

On November 11, 2000, Choking Victim reunited to play a show in Tompkins Square Park with the lineup from their album, substituting former bassist Alec for Shayne. Later, in late 2005, Choking Victim reunited a second time, performing four shows. On June 11, 2006, they played a show at the Lower East Side's Tompkins Square Park, which featured various political speakers, including members of the Mislead Youth Project. At the end of July 2006, they toured the Dominican Republic,[7] before Leftöver Crack embarked on their European Tour.

In the Summer of 2012, lead singer Stza enlisted the help of Irish Ska/Punk band Chewing on Tinfoil and formed "The Choking Victim Show". This band, playing the songs of Choking Victim, toured throughout the UK, Ireland and France.[8][9][10][11][12]

The Demos and Rehearsal recordings contain approximately one hundred audio recordings dating from the 1960s to 2012. These recordings reveal many early incarnations of Reed's most well-known songs, as well as providing a glimpse into his songwriting process. These recordings feature multiple takes of songs, jam sessions, band rehearsals, and conversation between Reed and his bandmates. The demos and rehearsals are arranged chronologically, and tracklists are included in the notes when available.

Beginning in 2008, there are recordings of rehearsals utilizing Ableton and Pro Tools. The original files from these sessions are present, as well as recorded rehearsals for Reed's 2011 and 2012 tours.

Between 1993 and 1994, Reed also participated in a series called, \"In Their Own Words\" at the Bottom Line, which includes extensive interview footage, as well as Reed performing both original and cover songs along with a panel of musicians including Luka Bloom, David Byrne, Roseanne Cash, Victoria Williams, Kris Kristofferson, and Suzanne Vega. Additionally, between 1995 and 2000, there are a number of recorded performances of Time Rocker and POEtry, Reed's collaborations with Robert Wilson.

The 2006 recordings of Reed performing the Berlin album at St. Ann's Warehouse include both the live performances and soundchecks. The album Berlin: Live at St. Ann's Warehouse was culled from these recordings. There are also twenty four unique shows from 2008, fourteen from 2011, and twenty from 2012, most of which were recorded using digital multitrack Pro Tools and Ableton software.

In 1990, Reed conducted interviews with then-Czechoslovakian president, Václav Havel and the writer, Hubert Selby Jr, which are both present in this subseries. Conversations from the 2000s include discussion about meditation, and Reed narrating a trip to South America.

Series I contains audio and video recordings from the entirety of Reed's music career, and includes demos, rehearsals, studio recordings, recordings of live performances, television and film appearances, recordings of radio programs, recorded conversations and interviews, and a selection of recordings by other artists with whom Reed was affiliated. The Series provides a career-spanning in depth document of Reed's musical output that includes a 1965 audio reel containing recordings of Reed's earliest known compositions, and comprises material from each of Reed's official solo studio recordings. There are also hundreds of hours of audio and video recordings from Reed's live shows, performances, and appearances, spanning from Velvet Underground shows in the 1960s shows to Reed's final world tour in 2012.

Series II consists of documentation regarding the business and administrative aspects of Reed's professional music career, and includes fan mail, financial documents, legal files, licensing agreements, and a group of alphabetically arranged subject files. The series contains files originating from Reed's office, Sister Ray Enterprises, as well its predecessors, Oakfield Avenue Music and Transformer Enterprises. These files illustrate the manner in which Reed and his associates managed the legal, financial, and business elements of his career. The Series holds financial documentation from the 1970s to 2000s and agreements related to the licensing of Reed's words and music for commercials, films, television, and covers by other artists.

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