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Video Games (Remastered)

From the Album Born To Die [Explicit]
January 31, 2012 | Format: MP3

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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: January 30, 2012
  • Release Date: January 31, 2012
  • Label: Interscope
  • Copyright: (C) 2012 Lana Del Rey under exclusive licence to Polydor Ltd. (UK). Under exclusive licence to Interscope Records in the USA
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  • Duration: 4:41 minutes
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  • ASIN: B006ZDS8I2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars 16 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,163 Paid in Songs (See Top 100 Paid in Songs)

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This is a wonderful song that really should be on a soundtrack. Definitely has a mood about it. Not that many songs today using the harp.
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Absolutely love this song! She has a very unique voice! Great lyrics! This is my favorite song of hers but she has several others that are awesome too.
Check out Born to Die, Blue Jeans, Diet Mountain Dew, National Anthem, Without You, Radio, Dark Paradise
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I first heard this as a soundtrack to a short film called 'Zen' by Andrew Reid of EOSHD on vimeo. The mood of the song matched up with the visuals perfectly and it had a very haunting and catchy feel. In fact, so much that I went ahead and did some looking into of Lana Del Rey's other songs.

I definitely prefer her ballads to her more upbeat tunes, but too many of them back to back can be overwhelming, so it's nice to mix it in with a balanced play list. She's got a great haunting quality to her voice and since she doesn't experience as much radio airtime like some artists so she doesn't feel overdone.
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...wow.

Every now and then the indie radio station where I live will air a song that sends me immediately to SoundHound (or Shazam) because I have to know *right now* who the artist is and the name of the song.

This is one of those songs. From the dirge-like opening with a pealing bell at the start to the unfolding narrative describing both surrender and despair in relationship, this is a song that sticks with you at the start and invites frequent re-listens.

Great song from a fantastic young voice.
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By Penelope on November 26, 2012
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The first time i ever heard of Lana Del Rey through my own self, was listening to "Video Games" on a different radio statio--who listens to the radio anymore, right? Lol So anyway, i loved this song so much that as soon as i could get to a computer and download this song, i did just that! I never buy things on impulse, but i knew that if i didn't buy it, i would constantly think of that song. I am very pleased with my purchase :)
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Genius work here. Langourous regretful full passion tones occellate and reverberate throughout this thought provoking piece of art. Listening to it again and again, I don't fully know what it means, but I still want to know. A song that retains it's mystery, while fully stating its case, is one that I can hang with for a long while.
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I frequently find myself humming this song over and over all day long. It's just dreamy. Lana has a unique quality in her performance - I love songs by her that I wouldn't give a second listen if they were performed by someone else.
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With a wispy melancholy and soulfulness the song brings out the best of mournful lovers. I accidentally bought the instrumental first by mistake and kept that one as well because the musicality is so good.
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