Track List

Love

Lust For Life Ft. The Weeknd

13 Beaches

Cherry

White Mustang

Summer Bummer Ft. ASAP Rocky, Playboi Carti

Groupie Love Ft. ASAP Rocky

In My Feelings

Coachella - Woodstock In My Mind

God Bless America - And All The Beautiful Women In It

When The World Was At War We Kept Dancing

Beautiful People Beautiful Problems Ft. Stevie Nicks

Tomorrow Never Came Ft. Sean Ono Lennon

Heroin

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Lana Del Rey - Lust For Life (2xLP)
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Record Label: Vertigo

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Release Date: 10/6/17
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The fourth full-length from Lana Del Rey is sincere and sublime, pushing her fascination with pop culture iconography even further while adding a newly personal touch.

"Two things immediately set Lust for Life apart from the rest of Del Rey’s catalog. First, that smile, beaming from the belladonna of sadness, posed in front of the same truck from the Born to Die artwork. Even stranger: the tracklist is packed with features for the first time since we’ve known her. This would be Del Rey’s “happy album,” fans predicted—or worse, an obligatory pivot into wokeness. As it turns out, Lust for Life isn’t outright happy or overtly political (and thank god for that), though Del Rey is re-examining her relationship with Americana. “I’m not going to have the American flag waving while I’m singing ’Born to Die,’” she said recently, of her current tour visuals. “I’d rather have static.” Beyond a symbolic “Pardon Our Dust” sign for a nation in turmoil, it’s an apt representation of the moment Lust for Life captures—a record of transition, documenting not so much the result of a profound change in worldview as the process of change itself." - Pitchfork