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Lana Del Rey - Ultraviolence
May 1, 2018
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Maybe Lana Del Rey on her best. The organic instrumentals (most of them produced by The Black Keys' frontman, Dan Auerbach) reminds of her songs before the "indie-diva" status she gained with her successful debut album, Born to Die.
The producer said once "it's a sonic monster" wich describes major songs on this album such as the opening-track "Cruel World", "Ultraviolence" and "Fucked my Way up to The Top". On Ultraviolence, Lana Del Rey leaves the romantic-glamorized-dark-side of the american dream she created and focus on the fame (and how she got there). By the end of the album, the "old Lana" returns, lyrically, on such good ballads like "Old Money" and "Black Beauty".
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