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- Born To Die: Paradise Edition

Lana Del Rey - Born To Die: Paradise Edition
CRITIC SCORE
70
Based on 4 reviews
USER SCORE
78
Based on
39 ratings

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CRITIC REVIEWS

80
Drowned in Sound

If Born to Die was the script-defined character, then Paradise shows the darker routes through reality once the director yells “cut”.

70
PopMatters

Paradise is best enjoyed as a follow-up EP of b-sides and bonus material, equally poignant as its main predecessor, but a separate project altogether.

blackjesus
73
Without You - 80
Lolita - 65
Lucky Ones - 74
95
I would simply say here that the only 3 songs that i didn't completely addict to are:
-Off to the races
-This Is What Makes Us Girls
-Lolita.
All the other songs are magic and i think this is the first step for Lana Del Rey in becoming a legend "if she isn't already a one"
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DETAILS

November 13, 2012 / Release Date
Reissue / Format
Interscope/Polydor / Label
Chamber Pop, Art Pop / Genres
lanadelrey.com / Website
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Track List

Disc 1

  1. Born to Die 
  2. Off to the Races 
  3. Blue Jeans 
  4. Video Games 
  5. Diet Mountain Dew 
  6. National Anthem 
  7. Dark Paradise 
  8. Radio 
  9. Carmen 
  10. Million Dollar Man 
  11. Summertime Sadness 
  12. This Is What Makes Us Girls 
  13. Without You 
  14. Lolita 
  15. Lucky Ones

Disc 2

  1. Ride 
  2. American 
  3. Cola 
  4. Body Electric 
  5. Blue Velvet 
  6. Gods and Monsters 
  7. Yayo 
  8. Bel Air
Contributions By
royalflush, patton


Added on: September 25, 2012