Lana Del Rey - Ultraviolence à Télécharger Gratuitement
|1||Guns And Roses|
|3||Fucked My Way Up To The Top|
|4||Money Power Glory|
|6||Is This Happiness|
|7||I Can Fly|
|10||West Coast (Radio Mix)|
|11||The Other Woman|
|14||Once Upon A Dream|
|16||Pretty When You Cry|
|18||Shade Of Cool|
|20||Yes To Heaven|
|B0020991-02||Lana Del Rey||Ultraviolence (CD, Album, Dlx)||Polydor, Interscope Records||B0020991-02||US||2014|
|none||Lana Del Rey||Ultraviolence (CDr, Album, Promo)||Interscope Records, Polydor, Universal Music France||none||France||2014|
|B0020962-02||Lana Del Rey||Ultraviolence (CD, Album, Dlx, Tar)||Polydor, Interscope Records||B0020962-02||US||2014|
|3786541||Lana Del Rey||Ultraviolence (CD, Album)||Polydor, Interscope Records||3786541||Europe||2014|
|3788049||Lana Del Rey||Ultraviolence (CD, Album, Dlx, Ltd)||Vertigo||3788049||Germany, Austria, & Switzerland||2014|
Unofficial release of "Ultraviolence (Urban Outfitters Limited Edition)".
Includes album, bonus cd with 7 unreleased songs and soundtracks songs, 3 stickers and 5 postcards.
Misprinting in track 7 of CD1 "Prettu When You Cry" instead of "Pretty When You Cry".
- Barcode: 602537064789
Ultraviolence is the third studio album by American singer and songwriter Lana Del Rey, released on June 13, 2014 by UMG Recordings. Despite originally dismissing the possibility of releasing another record after her major-label debut Born to Die 2012, Del Rey began planning its follow-up in 2013. Production continued into 2014, at which time she heavily collaborated with Dan Auerbach to revamp what she initially considered to be the completed record. The project saw additional contributions from. Track List 1. Cruel World 2. Ultraviolence 3. Shades of Cool 4. Brooklyn Baby 5. West Coast 6. Sad Girl 7. Pretty When You Cry 8. Money Power Glory - Lana Del Rey. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Ultraviolence is the third studio album and second major-label studio album by Lana Del Rey. It was officially released on June 13, 2014, by Universal Music Group. After having commercial success with her first major-label album, Born to Die, Del Rey re-released it accompanied by a standalone EP, Paradise, in late 2012. Del Rey presumably began working on her second studio effort around this time. She was photographed in a recording studio on January 27, 2013 in Los Angeles, California. She stated. 2012s Born to Die, Del Reys major-label debut, is a woozy collection of siren songs that mimics Peggy Lees gauzy romanticism by way of Mazzy Star. Two years later, Del Rey is still a sad tomato. Ultraviolence is a melancholy crawl through doomed romance, incorrigible addictions, blown American dreams. Ultraviolence is Lana Del Reys second studio album following her highly publicized debut with Born To Die. A notable departure from her orchestral and hip-hop debut, the album features prominent string based instrumentations. Lyrically, the album is more of a concept creation rather than a narrative and see Lana addressing topics ranging from break-ups, vanity and even California. Lana has said that the album had to undergo a complete rework after she met producer Dan Auerbach, who convinced her to change production. The album went on debut at 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart and is still. Album 2014 15 Songs. Musing on dark themes-the corruption of power, money, and, of course, violence-Del Rey offers a hypnotic set of darkly tempered songs. Lana Del Rey, the creation of singer and songwriter Lizzy Grant, is all alone. Shes an utterly distinctive figure in popular music-not part of a scene, with no serious imitators-and befitting someone completely off on her own, shes lonely. But here shes found the perfect musical vehicle for her vision. Ultraviolence sounds tragic and beautiful-darkly-shaded ballads are what she was created to make, and this album is nothing but, a Concept Album from a Concept Human. The first section of the album is so gorgeous and rich, Ultraviolence at first seems better than it is. The maelstrom of hype surrounding self-modeled Hollywood pop star Lana Del Rey's 2012 breakthrough album, Born to Die, found critics, listeners, and pop culture aficionados divided about her detached, hyper-stylized approach to every aspect of her music and public persona. What managed to get overlooked by many was that Born to Die made such a polarizing impression because it actually offered something that didn't sound like anything else. On Ultraviolence â Lana Del Rey's third studio LP and second since transforming herself from mild-mannered retro songstress Lizzie Grant into the hyper-stylized post-modern glamour queen we've all come to love andor hate â she once again dives into the depravity of American culture. After the critical drubbing she withstood from late 2011 through early 2012, Lana Del Rey would have been well justified in packing up her party dresses and heart-shaped sunglasses and secluding herself in some Hollywood mansion, Sunset Boulevard-style