Lana Del Rey seems to be saying 'move baby, move baby' on her just-released Ultraviolence album cover, featuring a striking pose as she exits her "West Coast" convertible. With still no release date set, the siren-like chanteuse has also shared the album's track list, which includes some pretty off-beat titles.
— Lana Del Rey (@LanaDelRey) May 9, 2014
Rey originally shared the track list on Thursday (May 8) via her Facebook page.
1. Cruel World
3. Shades Of Cool
4. Brooklyn Baby
5. West Coast
6. Sad Girl
7. Pretty When You Cry
8. Money Power Glory
9. Fuck My Way To The Top
10. Old Money
11. The Other Woman
Guns And Roses
Anyone else pumped for "Fucked My Way Up To The Top"? Also, "Cruel World," "The Other Woman" and "Old Money" are intriguing. The straight-up version of the set is 11 tracks, while the deluxe edition tacks on three more--wonder who the "Black Beauty" is? Any guesses?
Earlier this week, Rey also debuted the flaming "West Coast" video, complete with black-n-white etchings and an explosive finish. Upon release, the song vaulted to No. 17 on the Hot 100, according to Billboard., and surged to No. 6 on Digital Songs with 118,000 digital downloads (week ending April 20). While her forthcoming disc has us all waiting with unhinged breathe, her debut Born To Die recently hit one million copies sold.
Don't forget to grab a copy of "West Coast" on iTunes now!
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