Lana Del Rey

Lust For Life


This album was released 51 weeks ago.

74% ±12% 27 reviews
# Song 4WIM
1 Love
2 Lust For Life (with The Weeknd)
3 13 Beaches
4 Cherry
5 White Mustang
6 Summer Bummer (feat. A$AP Rocky & Playboi Carti)
7 Groupie Love (feat. A$AP Rocky)
8 In My Feelings
9 Coachella - Woodstock In My Mind
10 God Bless America - And All The Beautiful Women In It
11 When The World Was At War We Kept Dancing
12 Beautiful People Beautiful Problems (feat. Stevie Nicks)
13 Tomorrow Never Came (feat. Sean Ono Lennon)
14 Heroin
15 Change
16 Get Free
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74% 4WIM Rating
100% Dagens Nyheter Nihilismen är – näst efter de monumentala låtarna, den hest suckande rösten och utforskandet av amerikansk mytologi – det främsta skälet till att Lana Del Rey blivit decenniets mest intressanta artist.
90% Renowned for Sound Sad core, mysterious and vintage beauty, Lana Del Rey, returns with her fourth album, Lust For Life.
90% The 405 In an age where pop stars are constantly pressured to change, challenge and reinvent their sound, Lana Del Rey's commitment to melancholia is laudable.
83% Paste Magazine She may be smiling, decked in a floral crown and posed in front of an old pickup truck like some sort of pop country clone, but Lana Del Rey" is as moody as ever on her new album, Lust For Life.
80% DIY Magazine Over the course of three major label albums, Lana Del Rey has made a name for herself as pop’s most adept unwrapper of darkness.
80% PressPLAY The Queen of Twitter replies couldn’t have lost us more with her Lust For Life campaign, effectively a dreary sludge of singles that tour her worst and most indulgent sides.
80% The Telegraph Yet each new release confirms her status as a genuinely original performance pop artist who treats her career as a kind of living art installation. Del Rey’s perfect artifice has been to dress up harsh truth in the gauzy balm of seductive pop. On In My Feelings, a swirling, claustrophobic song about rejecting an uncaring lover, she declares “I’m feeling all my f***ing feelings” with a powerful sense of ownership of her pain, a quality that turns misery on its head.
80% The A.V. Club
80% The Line of Best Fit
80% Drowned in Sound Wherever you stand on Lana Del Rey’s first three records, you couldn’t really claim she gave too much away on them.
80% God is in the TV In a recent interview, Lana Del Rey said she was “stuck in the same spot” on her last two records.
80% The Guardian Del Rey’s longtime producer Rick Nowels recently declared When the World Was at War We Kept Dancing a “masterpiece” for its lyrical message about finding pleasure in the Trump era.
80% New Musical Express But this time around, Lana is even more grandiose than usual, with lush, sweeping orchestration draped elegantly over each of the album’s 16 tracks.
77% Pitchfork We were instantly entranced when Lana Del Rey’s “Video Games” surfaced six summers ago—candid but aloof, artfully homemade, haunted in tone with a video that felt like a message in a bottle washed ashore for reasons yet unknown.
75% Earbuddy Del Rey peddles a brand of nostalgic Americana gone wrong, with music that is, on the surface glossy and fun.
73% Consequence of Sound We as music critics need to stop applying the overused term “victory lap” to Everyone Who Succeeds; what is the victory over exactly?
70% Under the Radar Magazine The Lana Del Rey persona is something that helped Grant stand out when she first burst on the scene with "Video Games" in 2012.
70% Pop Matters At first, critics did not quite know what to make of this facile conundrum, and early readings of Del Rey’s 2012 debut Born to Die tore into the album for its apparent artifice.
70% Slant Magazine
70% Tiny Mixtapes Lana, whose music has retained its lining since she assumed the name, is staring at the same sea, climbing the same stairway.
70% Music OMH In some ways, Lana Del Rey straddles the divide between the popular mainstream and the more interesting, experimental ethos of the independent music scene.
67% Nöjesguiden
60% No Ripcord
60% The Arts Desk
60% State Having first came into the public consciousness on a wave of hype at the time of her spellbinding single ‘Video Games’ in 2012, it was always debatable whether Lana Del Rey was going to be a stylish flash in the pan.
60% Irish Times She endlessly falls for the bad boy, who’s probably out on parole, but can find brief moments of peace to “dance on the H of the Hollywood sign”, as she sings on the title track with resident bad boy The Weeknd.
40% GIGsoup But she rarely expresses or develops a mature, conscious perspective on her own progression as an artist anywhere else on the record, unless you count the references to her own songs (“It’s more than just a video game,” she sings on ‘Beautiful People, Beautiful Problems’).