The name of William Gibson's latest book in his second trilogy. Buy it, read it, love it.
The other two books are Virtual Light and Idoru. This trilogy is not quite as good as the first (which was Neuromancer, Count Zero, and Mona Lisa Overdrive), but it is still thoroughly enjoyable. Gibson takes less time to develop the worldview (which was why the first trilogy was so impressive - there were many short stories already set there that he'd written, including the great story but lousy movie Johnny Mnemonic and the even better story Burning Chrome), but makes up for it in scene and character development. At risk of sounding like my high school english teachers, the imagery and allusions are incredibly rich. And choosing a Velvet Underground song as the title is but a small part of it.