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Born to Die Paradise Edition Box Set Box set, Limited Edition

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The Born To Die Paradise Edition Box Set exclusively contains:
2 CD digipack including 'Born To Die' and new 'Paradise' tracks,
Remix CD including remixes of all the singles,
DVD containing all the videos,
4 Card Prints, and a
7 inch Picture Disc of 'Blue Velvet' with an exclusive remix by Penguin Prison

Track Listings

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. I sing the body electric
  5. Blue Velvet
  6. Gods and Monsters
  7. Yayo
  8. Bel Air

Disc: 3

  1. Video Games - Joy Orbison Remix
  2. Video Games - Omid 16B Remix
  3. Born To Die- Moodymann Remix
  4. Born To Die- Gemini remix
  5. Blue Jeans - Gesaffelstein Remix
  6. Blue Jeans - Penguin Prison Remix
  7. National Anthem - Fred Falke Remix Edit
  8. National Anthem - Tensnake Remix

Disc: 4

  1. Video Games
  2. Born To Die
  3. Blue Jean (Official Video)
  4. Blue Jeans (Lana Del Rey Clip Version)
  5. National Anthem
  6. Summertime Sadness

Disc: 5

  1. Blue Velvet
  2. Blue Velvet (Penguin Prison Remix)


Product Details

  • Audio CD (December 4, 2012)
  • Limited Edition edition
  • Number of Discs: 5
  • Format: Box set, Limited Edition
  • Note on Boxed Sets: During shipping, discs in boxed sets occasionally become dislodged without damage. Please examine and play these discs. If you are not completely satisfied, we'll refund or replace your purchase.
  • Label: Interscope Records
  • ASIN: B009H1S56O
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (216 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #216,089 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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The Paradise EP is amazing and fits perfectly alongside Born to Die. The only problem with this item is that, though it lists the deluxe tracklisting of Born to Die with three bonus tracks, both on the product description and on the back of the product itself, it is just the standard edition.
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Born into This......Born Yesterday......Born in the USA....... Born to Run.....Born to be Wild...... Born to Lose...... and then......Born to Die. All of these titles to uniquely American songs and poetry with their psychological blues and themes are what "Lana Del Rey" is offering to the Gods.

This is one the most beautiful records produced by an (new) American artist in a long while. Her torch song delivery mixed with all of the 'big" modern sounds of today, goes right for the heart....and the throat. Make no mistake about it, this young woman is an artist and if she never makes another album she has delivered to the listening public an album of truth and beauty and depth, through the medium of "pop" music. This has got a great sound with melodies and lyrics that stay in your mind.

A deep well of young/female desolation and sadness tinged with toughness and desire is present in her music. Her voice and style resonate with American mythical culture and a nostalgic longing.... Gorgeous!

Her videos are very good and the new one, "Ride" (the long story version) is even better than anything else from this album. This video is one of the best ever made about the dark heart of the "American Dream". Musically, visually and psychologically stunning.....David Lynch should be proud to have influenced this artist.

Deep meaning.....deep as the search for life and love....and deep as death.
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The 3 deluxe tracks-- "Without You", "Lolita", "Lucky Ones"-- are listed on the tracklisting, but are NOT INCLUDED!! ...If I would've known this was the case, I would've just bought the Paradise EP.

I can't return this because the CD is consider opened now!! ...This is borderline fraud, if not outright fraud.
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So I just ordered a new copy of BTD:TPE through Amazon (see comments for link) and got what I originally wanted months ago.

Born To Die: The Paradise Edition is really two albums (BTD and Paradise) by Lana Del Rey. The individual reviews can be found below, but all in all, if you like Ms. Del Rey's music, this is the version to get, in my opinion. You get all the main tracks of Born To Die and the same version of Paradise you'd find if you bought it individually. As far as I know, this is the only CD to include all three "extra" tracks for Born To Die on one disc. When I originally bought BTD last summer, I had to track the other songs (13-15 on disc) down individually.

BORN TO DIE (Review): I have fairly eclectic music tastes, but this album absolutely bowled me over last summer. I never would have expected to like someone who is described as a "gangsta Nancy Sinatra," but this album made me like her all the same. Born To Die is a well-written, varied effort from someone new to my musical radar. From the dark, depressed vibe of "Born To Die," "Summertime Sadness," and "Dark Paradise" to the cynical but upbeat "Diet Mountain Dew," I found myself drawn into Lana's world-weary attitude. However, it was the literate and insightful "National Anthem" and "Off to the Races" that really made this album a permanent fixture in my collection and not just a passing curiosity. "Off to the Races" is a superb analysis of a self-destructive relationship from both the masculine and feminine points-of-view, and its insights into the motivations, feelings, and fears of the pair, as well as its references to Nabokov's Lolita continue to fascinate me even after a year of repeated listens. While I don't love every song, this album was my favorite "discovery" of 2012.
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This lady needs no awards or accolades, the clear winners are the ones who will play this album and get lost in the imagery Lana Del Rey weaves. The Paradise Edition is the E-ticket for those who didn't want Born To Die to end. It is clear Lana is an avid reader; her love of literature has rubbed off on her and has blessed her craft. If you're not a fan yet, you will be. It only takes one poem to draw you in and you will never want to leave. Make yourself at home with Gods and Monsters, Blue Velvet, Bel Air, American, and Ride. Born To Die is perfect, Paradise is perfect, without question anything Lana Del Rey is a must have. You only live once, you are only young once - don't deny yourself the Lana Del Rey experience.
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With one or 2 exceptions, every song on this long album is a sonic masterpiece - just one indelibly memorable track after the other. The entire album is inspired from a level of consciousness most artists never get a glimpse of. It's got an old world feel to it. Born to Die could have been sent back through time and released in the late sixties, and with the exception of the swear words, it would have fit right in with other popular music of that era. The lyrics are dark but brilliant. I'd like to think that Lana is portraying characters here (and I believe she's said as much in interviews), and not the gold-digging, drugged out, shallow and all around terrible person described by some of these lyrics. How could she be? She'd never tap into this level of excellence if she was. It's mandatory listening for all fans of true music! Get her follow up album Ultra-violence too!
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