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Lana Del Rey
Born To Die

Born To Die
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Catno

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Formats

2x Vinyl LP Album

Country

UK & Europe

Release date

Jan 30, 2012

Sometimes stars emerge. Sometimes stars are thrust upon us. And sometimes stars simply slip into the atmosphere as if propelled by something otherworldly. It is into this last category that the astonishing presence, voice, look and feel of Lana Del Rey falls. Musical stardom is not an option with Ms. Del Rey. It is her vocation. She calls herself the gangsta Nancy Sinatra and defines her genre as Hollywood pop/ sadcore, a dramatic new loop for pop music. Lana Del Rey proudly presents the highly anticipated BORN TO DIE, featuring the hit singles "Video Games" and "Blue Jeans".

Media: Mi
Sleeve: NM or M-

$55*

*Taxes included, shipping price excluded

A1

Born To Die

4:46

A2

Off To The Races

5:01

A3

Blue Jeans

3:29

A4

Video Games

4:42

B1

Diet Mountain Dew

3:43

B2

National Anthem

3:49

B3

Dark Paradise

4:04

B4

Radio

3:35

C1

Carmen

4:09

C2

Million Dollar Man

3:50

C3

Summertime Sadness

4:25

C4

This Is What Makes Us Girls

4:00

D1

Without You

3:51

D2

Lolita

3:41

D3

Lucky Ones

3:45

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