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EU two-track CD single, includes Video Games and Blue Jeans. Universal. 2011.

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21 of 23 people found the following review helpful
Something Different Jan. 22 2012
By SuzieQ - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I had never heard of Lana Del Rey before she appeared on SNL. I watched the performance, and I felt the critics were a tad too harsh. Don't listen to them. I liked the song,Video Games. I was curious and looked for it on Youtube. I really like it. I also listened to some of her other songs and can't wait for her album to come out. If you haven't heard of her or you've only seen or heard about the SNL performance, give her a shot. Finally something that is not pop. She's different.

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I bought the album, and listened to the whole thing. It is amazing.
13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
Amazing Voice, Eclectic Persona, What's Not to Love? Jan. 25 2012
By Annie - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
As with other reviewers, I saw her on SNL for first time...she was amazing! Lovely, powerful voice,
quit different from all the other singers out there. DIFFERENT is GOOD!! Can't wait to get her album!!
14 of 16 people found the following review helpful
The most compelling female voice since Fiona Apple Oct. 13 2011
By Katherine A. Yoerg - Published on Amazon.com
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First, let me summarize my musical tastes in regards to female artists. I appreciate PJ Harvey, Tori Amos & Fiona Apple primarily. Supposed Former Infatuation Junkie by Alanis was a great album too, but I don't care for her later stuff. I care about lyrics, vocal quality, & meaning. I also like there to be a little something more going on musically than just an acoustic guitar. The whole "girl with a guitar" thing does not really work for me. So, all that said...

Lana Del Rey is the most compelling female artist I have heard in years. I listen to new music all the time, HOPING to find something that interests me or catches my attention the way that my other favorite female artists have done in the past. Lana Del Rey does it.

I absolutely cannot wait for her album. I love the orchestrations, her voice, her delivery, her lyrics...I couldn't care less about her image or who came up with it. I don't look at her when I play my I-pod. From my understanding she had a musical career loooong before her new image, so the talent is there. Believe me, the talent is freaking there.

If I play these two songs anymore my Ipod may blow up or something, my infatuation with them is really that bad. Simply amazing. Video Games moves me to tears on my drive to work in the morning and Blue Jeans captures every desperate, crying in the kitchen floor moment of your heartbroken youth that you sometimes wish you could forget about.
15 of 18 people found the following review helpful
A Modern Day Poetess! Jan. 25 2012
By Starr - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Not only is she beautiful, but her detached persona is a perfect vehicle for this astonishingly haunting song. Lyrically, Carly Simon comes to mind with moody dips and brooding focuses of codependence vs. singular existence. It's a new and interesting look at "relationships" for the current day coupled with a memorable melody and impeccably understated delivery. Musically, Tori Amos and/or Kate Bush seem to present as possible inspirations. She's a modern-day poetess!

Although I am perplexed by the need for remixes geared toward clubs for such an "acoustic" masterpiece, I sense a bright future for this sensual new artist
with and by its first, original version.
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Wonderful Jan. 23 2012
By James Squanderlast - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Lana is incredible. All the 'bad press' on her does nothing but focus on her looks, appeal, and 'story,' while ignoring her music. She has not put herself 'out there' as some sort of public figure like pop stars. She is a wonderful musician who happens to be beautiful. She is sweet and has worked hard to make wonderful music.

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