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If you haven't already heard this album then you're missing out big time. Born to Die is a journey into Americana that Lana has captured amazingly. Ms. Del Rey is quite explicit in her vocals which don't go over like an Eminem album, rather the words flow genuinely with uniquely styled music. Lana's vocals haunt & invade your psyche which I personally welcome. While she has received much criticism for her live performances *which I attribute to stage fright* one cannot deny she is a great song writer & singer. Given a little more time she will reach the likes of Adele.
When I heard this one, I had to buy it. Every time I listen to it, I feel the urge to buy a Pepsi and watch a Michael Douglas movie. I'm not sure why... maybe it's the way Lana belts out the song in such a beautiful way.
Reviewed in the United States on November 27, 2012
I bought this individual track after buying the earlier Lana Del Rey album, as I didn't want to purchase the new Paradise edition for extra cost. Be warned that there are very explicit lyrics in this particular song.
Ok so I heard her summer time song and looked for other songs by her and I love her all of her songs. Her voice is just something you can listen too all the time. I love her music and it was well worth it