Lana Del Rey - Born To Die

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Video Games & Summertime sadness were successful singles in germany - especially Video games was number one.
Born to die, Blue Jeans & National anthem were ignored or not even released.

Lana performs Ride this weekend on one of the biggest television event this fall/winter.
"Million Dollar Man" is the best non-single on "Born To Die".

Wooooo someone else who thinks this. On first listen to Born to Die, "Million Dollar Man" was really the only non-single I liked aside from "Off to the Races". I've grown to enjoy most of the album ("Carmen" being the only track I still skip) but "Million Dollar Man" is still one of the main highlights. It just feels so smooth.

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This is how I rate the EP...


1. American
2. Cola (Pussy)
3. Gods and Monsters
4. Bel Air
5. Body Electric

6. Yayo
7. Blue Velvet
8. Ride
9. Burning Desire
Why not:

1. Ride
2. American
3. Cola
4. Gods and Monsters
5. Body Electric
6. Blue Velvet
7. Bel Aire
8. Yayo

Also, Radio and Off to the Races are tied for best non-single from Born to Die.
I'm afraid I don't like this, and it's making me upset. I just can't get through it. I can't get through EIGHT TRACKS, I can still listen to Born To Die the entire way through with no skips, but I can't make it past American on this EP. It's so dull.
It seems everyone dislikes 'Blue Velvet'. I love 'Blue Velvet', and think it's one of the best things she's ever done. Am I going to like this EP?

You should be fine. My only quip is Yayo, really. Everything else feels like an extension of Born to Die without sounding like a retread. Ride and American are two of the best things she's ever done, and Cola is sneaking up on me with each listen.
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