It’s a dance thing. I need ideas.
What's on your mind?
I’ll start. I’ve liked her music since I was 5
Does Lana Del Rey like cherry coke?
Ive heard it in songs-
Hey guys, I'm new to the fandom. I just started listening to all of Lana's music. I just had one question: do you guys like Lolita or is it underrated or what? cause I LOVE IT! it was one of the songs that I relistened to because it was SO GOOD
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What are you favorite songs on ultraviolence (2014) ?
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I'm almost under the impression that when Lana mentioned the folk covers album in MOJO, she was referring to the American Standards and Classics album that was supposed to be out on Christmas.
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Quiet songs aren’t necessarily boring. Honeymoon is a great example of it. Sexy, quiet, but with a crazy melody. However, since LFL Lana only make country-quite songs, sometimes even embarrassing ones (Bartender, White Dress. They sounds like an SNL gig) and even the ones with unique melody like Venice Bitch or CotCC are hidden beneath too many guitars and too little electric guitar or drums. Paradise divine, trippy Honeymoon, or hardcore Ultraviolence, she had a unique style in nearly a decade. Now, she sounds like any other county singer. I appreciate it that she is trying to be a new self and express her new lifestyle, but when her new album has only one good song (TJF. CotCC and LMLYLaW are such a waste, so bad execution to such a great melody) and even that one is not nearly a hit, it’s not good. I can hear thousands more CotCC and really try to like them if you’ll just make us one last great album, and I wish with help from Dan Auerbach. Please, for us, Lana