Lana - Lana mp3 album
Date of release: 2003
Size MP3: 1276 mb
Size FLAC: 1703 mb
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Download and listen online Collection (Full Album) by Lana Del Rey. Genre - Alternative. On this page you can download song Lana Del Rey - Collection (Full Album) in mp3 and listen online. Lana Del Rey - Collection (Full Album). Send lyrics Send translation Send music video.
Lana Del Ray (sometimes referred to as Lana Del Ray . Lizzy Grant, Nevada or . among others) is the debut studio album by Lana Del Rey. The album was released digitally by 5 Points Records on January 4, 2010, under the name Lana Del Ray. In 2007, 5 Points Records talent scout Van Wilson found Del Rey performing at a songwriting conference in Brooklyn and introduced her to David Nichtern.
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 around this time. She was photographed in a recording studio on January 27, 2013 in Los Angeles, California.
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Ultraviolence is Lana Del Rey’s 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 tracklist also includes previously released single Love and Coachella – Woodstock In My Mind. DOWNLOAD Lana Del Rey – Lust For Life (ZIP). 1. DOWNLOAD Lana Del Rey – Love MP3 2. DOWNLOAD Lana Del Rey – Lust for Life ft.
When was it we realized Lana Del Rey was here to stay? It was most definitely long after her painful SNL performance and the litany of even more arduous think pieces written by the post- Video Games authenticity police. By the time her full-length debut Born To Die arrived in early 2012, she still had our attention (and burgeoning commercial hype), but its myriad lyrical clunkers and lack of a traditional hit left her teetering in the brink of collapsing under the weight of her own mythology. But as we said, Lana has been in on the joke all along, and on her fourth and most self-assured album of working this coolly calculated persona, we’d be smart to follow along laughing with her, not at her.
Lana Del Rey is smiling on the cover of her new album. Quite the radical move considering her default expression has ranged from seductive glower to wounded pout. Such is her brand loyalty to pained poise and misery, the joyful precision on Del Rey’s 2017’s face seems almost ironic. According to a recent interview with NME, however, the smile is symbolic of a new artistic chapter. It was her goal, she says, for this album to mark a moving-on-ness from wherever that other place was that Honeymoon and Ultraviolence came from. I loved those records, but I felt a little stuck in the same spot.
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|1||Rođena Da Budem Prva
Featuring – Severina
|5||Samo Za Tvoje Oči|
|7||Što Mi Vrijedi Sve|
|9||Sada Je Kasno|
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 3850125538509
|MC 5538493||Lana*||Lana (Cass, Album)||Croatia Records||MC 5538493||Croatia||2003|
|CD 000 259||Lana*||Lana (CD, Album)||City Records||CD 000 259||Serbia and Montenegro||2003|