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Tracklist

CD 1

1)

Norman fucking Rockwell (04:09) Del Rey, Lana

2)

Mariners Apartment Complex (04:07) Del Rey, Lana

3)

Venice Bitch (09:37) Del Rey, Lana

4)

Fuck it I love you (First Run Physical Version) (03:38) Del Rey, Lana

5)

Doin' Time (03:22) Del Rey, Lana

6)

Love song (03:49) Del Rey, Lana

7)

Cinnamon Girl (05:01) Del Rey, Lana

8)

How to disappear (03:48) Del Rey, Lana

9)

California (05:06) Del Rey, Lana

10)

The Next Best American Record (05:49) Del Rey, Lana

11)

The greatest (05:00) Del Rey, Lana

12)

Bartender (04:23) Del Rey, Lana

13)

Happiness is a butterfly (04:32) Del Rey, Lana

14)

hope is a dangerous thing for a woman like me to have - but I have it (Extended Version) (05:58) Del Rey, Lana

Recensie

With the creation of her Lana Del Rey persona, singer/songwriter Lizzy Grant stitched together the iconography of a fading American dream with soaring but melancholic pop songwriting, becoming an icon unto herself in the process. Her distinctive approach blurred sadness and longing just as it did past and present, drawing on the influence of classic American pop while integrating modernized touches like trap beats and millennial cultural references. With sixth album Norman Fucking Rockwell!, Lana Del Rey expands her vision with the most daring and vulnerable work of her catalog. One of the first noticeable shifts is how subtle the album's sound is. Where 2017's Lust for Life had its share of huge drums and booming dynamics, many songs here are free of drums completely and tend towards far more solitary atmospheres. A strong classic rock influence comes through on many songs, with the softly building pianos and acoustic guitars on tracks like "Mariners Apartment Complex" or the apocalyptic "The Greatest" sounding like the best of '70s FM radio reworked around Grant's smoldering, exhausted vocals. Even though Stevie Nicks' witchy mystique has long been a reference point for LDR, this particular brand of classic rock -- silky guitar solos, compressed drum fills, and lingering, mournful outros -- is unlike anything she's attempted before. The most exciting aspects of Norman Fucking Rockwell! come in these unexpected moments. A faithful reading of Sublime's "Doin' Time" contorts to fit Grant's moody approach, becoming an extension of her own expression rather than a goofy, ironic cover. Where huge pop hooks met eerie melodrama on previous albums, here both extremities of that formula have grown more understated and direct. "Venice Bitch" is the best example of this. The nine-minute song begins with gentle strings and soft, hopeful melodies but winds into a long, meditative stretch where synth textures and hypnotic repeating vocals bleed into walls of noisy guitars. While much of her older material reveled in its own inconsolable sadness and detached numbness, the lush sonics and intimate narratives of Norman Fucking Rockwell! draw out hope from beneath desolate scenes. The patient flow, risky songwriting choices, and mature character of the album make it the most majestic chapter of Lana Del Rey's continuing saga of love and disillusionment under the California Sun. ~ Fred Thomas

Medewerkers

Auteur Lana Del Rey

Kunstenaar DEL REY LANA

Kunstenaar Lana Del Rey

Platenlabel Polydor

Platenlabel Interscope

Productdetails

DUIN 8ST2N59F445

GTIN 0602508075889

Verschijningsdatum 30.08.2019

Aantal discs 1

Product type CD

Aantal tracks 14

Maat 142 x 124 x 10  mm

Gewicht van product 100 g

Norman Fucking Rockwell!

DEL REY LANA

€ 14,43

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Bezorgdatum: tussen maandag, 15. juni en woensdag, 17. juni

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