Born This Way

Born This Way

May 23, 2011
4.4 out of 5 stars 3,235 ratings
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Marry The Night 4:24 $1.29
Born This Way 4:20 $1.29
Government Hooker 4:14 $1.29
Judas 4:09 $1.29
Americano 4:06 $1.29
Hair 5:07 $1.29
Scheiße [Explicit] 3:45 $1.29
Bloody Mary 4:04 $1.29
Bad Kids [Explicit] 3:50 $1.29
Highway Unicorn (Road To Love) 4:15 $1.29
Heavy Metal Lover 4:12 $1.29
Electric Chapel 4:13 $1.29
Yoü And I 5:07 $1.29
The Edge Of Glory 5:20 $1.29
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  • Date First Available : September 25, 2007
  • Manufacturer : Interscope
  • ASIN : B0051QIGP4
  • Customer Reviews:
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Reviewed in the United States on May 23, 2017
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5.0 out of 5 stars 207. Born this way again (6th anniversary)
By Scarlet Jupiter on May 23, 2017
Today marks the 6th anniversary of Lady Gaga's sophomore. Released on May 23, 2011, "Born this way" features the dance/synthpop style of "The fame/Monster", incorporating a wider range of genres (disco, house, heavy metal, opera, and rock'n'roll), while its lyrical topics include sexuality, religion, freedom, and feminism. It was a much-hyped album, supported by a strategically planned marketing campaign. It all worked perfectly. Gaga's message that "weird is cool" resulted in a loyal army of little monsters who looked up to her, the self-proclaimed Mother Monster. Accordingly, her emphasis on self-empowerment and self-expression became the overarching cultural ethos of a whole generation. Gaga, a bold, sexually ambiguous popstar was proof that anyone could have the world at their feet, as long as they worked hard and stayed true to their vision. The admirable dedication to pursue her goal, combined with the fantastic music she produced, made her millions of fans identify with her profoundly. 5 singles were released off the album: the title-track, an anthem about equality, was instantly embraced by the LGBT community; the Bible-infuenced "Judas" became a worldwide smash; "The edge of glory", an upbeat, bluesy song referring to the death of Gaga's grandfather, remains a fan-favourite; "You & I" was Gaga's foray into the country-pop that last album "Joanne" further explores; finally, "Marry the night", written as a homage to New York City, is one of her most powerful songs and videos to date, an autobiographical epic that will stand the test of time more than some of her more popular singles. "Born this way" is a true modern pop classic.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Cracked case
By Nicholas on May 29, 2017
I'm thrilled to have this album. However, the case arrived cracked, badly enough that pieces fell off. Perhaps it should have been cushioned a little better with a mug in the box. There were only air packs on top, nothing separating the items.
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Scarlet Jupiter
5.0 out of 5 stars 206. Born this way again (6th anniversary)
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 23, 2017
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5.0 out of 5 stars 206. Born this way again (6th anniversary)
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 23, 2017
Today marks the 6th anniversary of Lady Gaga's sophomore. Released on May 23, 2011, "Born this way" features the dance/synthpop style of "The fame/Monster", incorporating a wider range of genres (disco, house, heavy metal, opera, and rock'n'roll), while its lyrical topics include sexuality, religion, freedom, and feminism. It was a much-hyped album, supported by a strategically planned marketing campaign. It all worked perfectly. Gaga's message that "weird is cool" resulted in a loyal army of little monsters who looked up to her, the self-proclaimed Mother Monster. Accordingly, her emphasis on self-empowerment and self-expression became the overarching cultural ethos of a whole generation. Gaga, a bold, sexually ambiguous popstar was proof that anyone could have the world at their feet, as long as they worked hard and stayed true to their vision. The admirable dedication to pursue her goal, combined with the fantastic music she produced, made her millions of fans identify with her profoundly. 5 singles were released off the album: the title-track, an anthem about equality, was instantly embraced by the LGBT community; the Bible-infuenced "Judas" became a worldwide smash; "The edge of glory", an upbeat, bluesy song referring to the death of Gaga's grandfather, remains a fan-favourite; "You & I" was Gaga's foray into the country-pop that last album "Joanne" further explores; finally, "Marry the night", written as a homage to New York City, is one of her most powerful songs and videos to date, an autobiographical epic that will stand the test of time more than some of her more popular singles. "Born this way" is a true modern pop classic.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Threat Xmas present.
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5.0 out of 5 stars BORN THIS WAY!!
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5.0 out of 5 stars BORN THIS WAY!!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 25, 2019
Absolute favourite album ever!!! Made even more special on vinyl!!! Clear sound, and perfect addition to my collection!!!!! This brings back so many memories!! Gaga ❤️
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5.0 out of 5 stars Well packaged
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 14, 2020
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