Just as the Velvet Underground's second album, 'White Light / White Heat,' received a massive expansion last year, the band's third album is getting a six-disc super-deluxe reissue overhaul just in time for the gift-giving season. The influential group's self-titled 1969 album will be rounded out by alternate mixes, session takes and live versions.

'The Velvet Underground - 45th Anniversary Super Deluxe Edition' will be released on Nov. 24, expanding the original 10-song classic to a remastered 65-track box that emphasizes the record's stripped-down, relatively warm music.

After the band's first two groundbreaking records -- 1967's 'The Velvet Underground & Nico' and 1968's 'White Light / White Heat' -- made their reputation on a foundation of abrasive noise rock, the group, led by Lou Reed, returned to the studio (without multi-instrumentalist and co-founder John Cale, who was replaced by Doug Yule) and laid down a set of ballads that was a half a world away from the music they previously recorded.

But it's no less influential. The haunting vocals and bare-bones arrangements of many of the songs -- including the classics 'Some Kinda Love,' 'Pale Blue Eyes' and the closing 'After Hours,' sung by drummer Maureen Tucker -- have been replicated on hundreds of records since its release 45 years ago.

The reissue will include, in addition to the original album, a mono mix of the record, "The Closet Mix' (which Reed once called "unfiltered" and was actually the mix used on first pressings of the album), an album of 1969 sessions (which was supposed to be the band's fourth LP) and a concert recorded at San Francisco’s Matrix in November 1969. You can see the full track listing below.

If you don't want to pony up for all the extras, there will be single- and double-CD versions available, too, featuring the remaster (mixed by Luis Pastor “Val” Valentin, the house engineer at MGM Records at the time). The double deluxe edition also highlights the best of the live cuts.

'The Velvet Underground - 45th Anniversary Super Deluxe Edition' Track Listing

DISC ONE: THE VELVET UNDERGROUND
(“The Val Valentin Mix”)
'Candy Says'
'What Goes On'
'Some Kinda Love'
'Pale Blue Eyes'
'Jesus'
'Beginning to See the Light'
'I'm Set Free'
'That's the Story of My Life'
'The Murder Mystery'
'After Hours'

DISC TWO: THE VELVET UNDERGROUND
(“The Closet Mix”)
'Candy Says'
'What Goes On'
'Some Kinda Love'
'Pale Blue Eyes'
'Jesus'
'Beginning to See the Light'
'I'm Set Free'
'That's the Story of My Life'
'The Murder Mystery'
'After Hours'
'Beginning to See the Light (Alternate “Closet Mix”)'

DISC THREE: THE VELVET UNDERGROUND
(“Promotional Mono Mix”)
'Candy Says'
'What Goes On'
'Some Kinda Love'
'Pale Blue Eyes'
'Jesus'
'Beginning to See the Light'
'I'm Set Free'
'That's the Story of My Life'
'The Murder Mystery'
'After Hours'
'What Goes On (Mono Single)'
'Jesus (Mono Single)'

DISC FOUR: 1969 SESSIONS  
'Foggy Notion' (original 1969 mix)
'One of These Days' (new 2014 mix)
'Lisa Says' (new 2014 mix)
'I'm Sticking With You' (original 1969 mix)
'Andy's Chest' (original 1969 mix)
'Coney Island Steeplechase' (new 2014 mix)
'Ocean' (original 1969 mix)
'I Can't Stand It' (new 2014 mix)
'She's My Best Friend' (original 1969 mix)
'We're Gonna Have a Real Good Time Together' (new 2014 mix)
'I'm Gonna Move Right In' (original 1969 mix)
'Ferryboat Bill' (original 1969 mix)
'Rock & Roll' (original 1969 mix)
'Ride Into the Sun' (new 2014 mix)

DISC FIVE: LIVE AT THE MATRIX
Nov. 26 & 27, 1969 (Part 1)
'I'm Waiting for the Man'
'What Goes On'
'Some Kinda Love'
'Over You'
'We're Gonna Have a Real Good Time Together'
'Beginning to See the Light'
'Lisa Says'
'Rock & Roll'
'Pale Blue Eyes'
'I Can't Stand It Anymore'
'Venus in Furs'
'There She Goes Again'

DISC SIX: LIVE AT THE MATRIX
Nov. 26 & 27, 1969 (Part 2)
'Sister Ray'
'Heroin'
'White Light/White Heat'
'I'm Set Free'
'After Hours'
'Sweet Jane'