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The spine-tingling magic of Lana Del Rey’s Ultraviolence lies in the album’s striking, sudden contrasts—moments, as on “West Coast”, when Del Rey’s cool detachment wells up into a wail of emotional anguish. Recorded at Dan Auerbach’s Easy Eye Sound in Nashville and produced by Auerbach himself, Ultraviolence is an assertive follow-up to Del Rey’s 2012 breakthrough, Born to Die. Musing on dark themes—the corruption of power, money and, of course, violence—Del Rey offers a hypnotic set of darkly tempered songs. The achingly beautiful title track is a poignant example of her stylistic prowess, as are the doleful “Brooklyn Baby” and the disarming and cinematic “Shades of Cool”.

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West Coast and Shades of Cool are a great taste of what the rest of the album is hopefully going to sound like, a breath of fresh air on The Paradise Edition with alot of new jazz and rock undertones, I can't wait to see Ultraviolence do as well as Lana's previous work in the UK!

Bit disappointed...

This album is a bit of a let down, the tracks are samey and a bit boring to be honest! I loved her other album so much, bought every version that came out. This one is just "meh".

Ultraviolence, ultra brilliant.

At first, I wasn't sure what to expect. Born To Die is a masterpiece, and was going to be incredibly hard to follow up, But Lana's done it well, going down a different route. Where as Born To Die had more individual songs/singles, Ultraviolence works perfectly as a collection of tracks, all highlighting the themes of violence and power, in such a contrastingly beautiful and flawless way. Giving a different sound Lana shows her versatility as an artists and has created a sonically beautiful album worthy of a Grammy nod.

As I said, Ultraviolence works best as a collection, but stand out tracks include the Video Games-esque 'Old Money' which is a emotional ballad, the fierce 'F***** My Way Up To The Top', the cinematically spectacular opener 'Cruel World' and heartbreakingly beautiful bonus track 'Is This Happiness'.

She has created a beautiful masterpiece and i am incredibly proud to be a fan.

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Ultraviolence (Deluxe Version), Lana Del Rey
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  • £3.99
  • Genres: Alternative, Music, Rock, Adult Alternative
  • Released: 01 January 2014
  • Parental Advisory

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