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Performer: Lana Del Rey
Genre: Rock / Pop / Country & World
Title: Ultraviolence
Country: US
Released: 23 Jun 2014
Style: Ballad, Indie Pop, Indie Rock, Soft Rock
Label: Polydor, Interscope Records
Catalog Number: B0020952-01
MP3 version ZIP size: 1357 mb
FLAC version ZIP size: 2686 mb
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 599

Tracklist

1 My Way Up To The Top
Drum Programming – Collin DupuisDrums – Maximilian WeissenfeldtElectric Bass – Nick MovshonElectric Guitar – Dan Auerbach, Kenny Vaughan , Seth KaufmanMellotron – Leon MichaelsPedal Steel Guitar – Russ PahlPiano – Leon MichaelsSynthesizer – Leon MichaelsVocals – Lana Del Rey
2Brooklyn Baby
Acoustic Guitar – Kenny Vaughan , Russ PahlBacking Vocals – Seth KaufmanDrums – Maximilian Weissenfeldt, Nick MovshonElectric Guitar – Dan Auerbach, Seth KaufmanElectric Upright Bass – Nick MovshonMellotron – Leon MichaelsPedal Steel Guitar – Russ PahlPercussion – Leon Michaels, Seth KaufmanTambourine – Leon MichaelsTenor Saxophone – Leon MichaelsVocals – Lana Del Rey
3The Other Woman
Drums – Nick MovshonElectric Guitar – Kenny Vaughan Mellotron – Leon MichaelsPedal Steel Guitar – Russ PahlSaxophone – Leon MichaelsSynthesizer – Dan Auerbach, Leon MichaelsVocals – Lana Del Rey
4Shades Of Cool
Drum Programming – Collin DupuisDrums – Maximilian WeissenfeldtElectric Bass – Nick MovshonElectric Guitar – Dan Auerbach, Kenny Vaughan , Russ PahlMellotron – Leon MichaelsOmnichord – Seth KaufmanVocals – Lana Del Rey
5Ultraviolence
Backing Vocals – Alfreda McCrary Lee, Ann McCrary, Lana Del Rey, Regina McCraryDrum Programming – Collin DupuisDrums – Maximilian WeissenfeldtElectric Bass – Nick MovshonElectric Guitar – Dan Auerbach, Kenny Vaughan , Seth KaufmanLead Vocals – Lana Del ReyMellotron – Leon MichaelsPedal Steel Guitar – Russ PahlPiano – Leon MichaelsSynthesizer – Leon Michaels
6Old Money
Arranged By – Daniel HeathOrchestrated By – Matthew McGaugheyVocals – Lana Del Rey
7Money Power Glory
Bass Guitar – Greg KurstinDrums – Greg KurstinGuitar – Greg KurstinKeyboards – Greg KurstinVocals – Lana Del Rey
8Sad Girl
Acoustic Guitar – Russ PahlDrums – Nick MovshonElectric Guitar – Dan Auerbach, Seth KaufmanMellotron – Kenny Vaughan , Leon MichaelsSynthesizer – Collin Dupuis, Dan Auerbach, Kenny Vaughan Vocals – Lana Del Rey
9Cruel World
Drums – Maximilian WeissenfeldtElectric Bass – Nick MovshonElectric Guitar – Dan Auerbach, Kenny Vaughan Handclaps – Dan Auerbach, Leon Michaels, Maximilian Weissenfeldt, Nick Movshon, Seth KaufmanMellotron – Leon MichaelsPedal Steel Guitar – Russ PahlSynthesizer – Leon Michaels, Seth KaufmanVocals – Lana Del Rey
10Pretty When You Cry
Drums – Brian Griffin Guitar – Blake StranathanVocals – Lana Del Rey
11West Coast
Backing Vocals – Lana Del ReyDrums – Maximilian Weissenfeldt, Nick MovshonElectric Bass – Nick MovshonElectric Guitar – Dan AuerbachLead Vocals – Lana Del ReyShaker – Dan AuerbachSynthesizer – Dan AuerbachTwelve-String Guitar – Dan Auerbach

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
B0020991-02Lana Del Rey Ultraviolence ‎(CD, Album, Dlx)Polydor, Interscope RecordsB0020991-02US2014
noneLana Del Rey Ultraviolence ‎(CDr, Album, Promo)Interscope Records, Polydor, Universal Music FrancenoneFrance2014
B0020962-02Lana Del Rey Ultraviolence ‎(CD, Album, Dlx, Tar)Polydor, Interscope RecordsB0020962-02US2014
3786541Lana Del Rey Ultraviolence ‎(CD, Album)Polydor, Interscope Records3786541Europe2014
3788049Lana Del Rey Ultraviolence ‎(CD, Album, Dlx, Ltd)Vertigo3788049Germany, Austria, & Switzerland2014

Credits

  • DesignMat Maitland
  • EngineerCollin Dupuis (tracks: A1 to C1, D1, D3), Milton Guitérrez (tracks: D2), Phil Joly (tracks: C2)
  • Engineer [Additional]Alex Pasco (tracks: C3), Julian Burg (tracks: C3)
  • Engineer [Assistant]Andy Zisakis (tracks: D2)
  • Engineer [Vocals]Kieron Menzies (tracks: C1)
  • ManagementBen Mawson, Ed Millett
  • Mastered ByBob Ludwig (tracks: B3), John Davis (tracks: A1 to B2, C1 to D3)
  • Mastered By [Vinyl]WG
  • Mixed ByCollin Dupuis (tracks: A2, B3), Dan Auerbach (tracks: A2, B3), Greg Kurstin (tracks: C3), Robert Orton (tracks: A1, B1, B2, C1, C2, D1 to D3)
  • Photography ByNeil Krug
  • ProducerBlake Stranathan (tracks: C2), Dan Auerbach (tracks: A1 to C1, D1, D3), Daniel Heath (tracks: D2), Greg Kurstin (tracks: C3), Lana Del Rey (tracks: C2)
  • Producer [Vocals]Rick Nowels (tracks: C1)
  • Written-ByBarrie O'Neill (tracks: B2), Blake Stranathan (tracks: A1, C2), Daniel Heath (tracks: A2, D1, D2), Greg Kurstin (tracks: C3), Jessie Mae Robinson (tracks: D3), Lana Del Rey (tracks: A1 to D2), Rick Nowels (tracks: B1, B3, C1), Robbie Fitzsimmons (tracks: D2)

Notes

Exclusive sleeve artwork.

D1 is titled "Fucked My Way Up To The Top" on the insert.

℗ & © 2014 Lana Del Rey

Barcodes

  • Barcode (Text): 6 02537 86484 3
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A [Hand Etched]): B002095001LP01-A WG/NRP ⓤ
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B [Hand Etched]): B002095001LP01-B Ⅱ WG/NRP ⓤ
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C [Hand Etched]): B002095001LP02-A WG/NRP ⓤ
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D [Hand Etched]): B002095001LP02-B WG/NRP ⓤ
  • Rights Society: ASCAP

Companies

  • Recorded At – Easy Eye Sound
  • Recorded At – The Green Building, Santa Monica
  • Recorded At – Electric Lady Studios
  • Recorded At – Echo Studio, Los Angeles, CA
  • Mixed At – Hot Rocks Studios
  • Mastered At – Metropolis Studios
  • Mastered At – Gateway Mastering
  • Mastered At – Nashville Record Productions
  • Pressed By – United Record Pressing
  • Designed At – Big Active
  • Licensed To – Polydor Ltd. (UK)
  • Licensed To – Interscope Records
  • Manufactured By – Universal Music Distribution
  • Distributed By – Universal Music Distribution
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Lana Del Rey
  • Copyright (c) – Lana Del Rey
  • Published By – Copyright Control
  • Published By – Sony / ATV Music Publishing
  • Published By – Songs Music Publishing
  • Published By – R-Rated Music
  • Published By – EMI April Music Inc.
  • Published By – Kurstin Music
  • Published By – Edward Kassner Music Co. Ltd.
  • Exclusive Retailer – Urban Outfitters

Video

Album

Ultraviolence is the third studio album by American singer and songwriter Lana Del Rey, released on June 13, 2014 by UMG Recordings. Despite originally dismissing the possibility of releasing another record after her major-label debut Born to Die 2012, Del Rey began planning its follow-up in 2013. Production continued into 2014, at which time she heavily collaborated with Dan Auerbach to revamp what she initially considered to be the completed record. The project saw additional contributions from. Lana Del Rey. 50 видео Воспроизвести все Микс Ultraviolence Full AlbumYouTube. Radiohead: Acoustic is the third studio album and second major-label studio album by Lana Del Rey. It was officially released on June 13, 2014, by Universal Music Group. After having commercial success with her first major-label album, Born to Die, Del Rey re-released it accompanied by a standalone EP, Paradise, in late 2012. Del Rey presumably began working on her second studio effort around this time. She was photographed in a recording studio on January 27, 2013 in Los Angeles, California. She stated. Ultraviolence - Lana Del Rey. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. 2012s Born to Die, Del Reys major-label debut, is a woozy collection of siren songs that mimics Peggy Lees gauzy romanticism by way of Mazzy Star. Two years later, Del Rey is still a sad tomato. Ultraviolence is a melancholy crawl through doomed romance, incorrigible addictions, blown American dreams. The maelstrom of hype surrounding self-modeled Hollywood pop star Lana Del Rey's 2012 breakthrough album, Born to Die, found critics, listeners, and pop culture aficionados divided about her detached, hyper-stylized approach to every aspect of her music and public persona. What managed to get overlooked by many was that Born to Die made such a polarizing impression because it actually offered something that didn't sound like anything else. Lana Del Rey, the creation of singer and songwriter Lizzy Grant, is all alone. Shes an utterly distinctive figure in popular music-not part of a scene, with no serious imitators-and befitting someone completely off on her own, shes lonely. But here shes found the perfect musical vehicle for her vision. Ultraviolence sounds tragic and beautiful-darkly-shaded ballads are what she was created to make, and this album is nothing but, a Concept Album from a Concept Human. The first section of the album is so gorgeous and rich, Ultraviolence at first seems better than it is. Ultraviolence is Lana Del Reys second studio album following her highly publicized debut with Born To Die. A notable departure from her orchestral and hip-hop debut, the album features prominent string based instrumentations. Lyrically, the album is more of a concept creation rather than a narrative and see Lana addressing topics ranging from break-ups, vanity and even California. Lana has said that the album had to undergo a complete rework after she met producer Dan Auerbach, who convinced her to change production. The album went on debut at 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart and is still. Album 2014 15 Songs. Musing on dark themes-the corruption of power, money, and, of course, violence-Del Rey offers a hypnotic set of darkly tempered songs. Lana Del Rey Ultraviolence. Elizabeth Grant is exactly the villain our history needs. by Sasha Geffen. Aided by the production talent of The Black Keys Dan Auerbach, Ultraviolence presents an endlessly fascinating cornucopia of dysfunction. Del Reys voice flourishes. Inside the albums big, vintage swing, she sings herself into places that Born to Die, with its pop veneer, couldnt touch. Her lyrics supply a wonderful foil to The Black Keys most recent outing, Turn Blue, which ended on the conclusion that all the good women are gone. Damn right, Del Rey seems to sneer. Heres a gallery of the bad ones
Wymefw
A pressing to avoid. It looks pretty, but I went through three before I found one that was satisfactory. All three copies exhibited the same problems (distortion, crackles, pops) in the same places, as well as warping and a high noise floor. The violet LPs were the worst offenders. For a good pressing, go for the U.K. deluxe edition, 180-gram with extra tracks (catalog # 3787448). It sounds fantastic and is dead quiet.

Reggy
Both my discs play lovely. I did clean them first with a Knosti spin clean but there's no issues at. Guess i've just been fortunate. Which make a change!

Fararala
had the same issues with them, lots of noise/distortion ect. I also beliee this 'violet' colour is problematic for this too as I had the same issue with the Tame Impala record on the same colour. Could just be a fluke, but this was a horrid sounding/unplayable release.

Jwalextell
My violet disc plays fairly quietly. The blue disc is another story.

in waiting
Sadly, my (3787448) sounds quite crappy at some places. "A lot" of background noise in the end on Brooklyn Baby to mention one.. Sucks even harder because this is one of my favorite albums.

MisterQweene
Yes, the violets were definitely worse. One of mine was slightly dished at the outer edge—concave on one side, convex on the other. I think Interscope went cheap on the belief that the Urban Outfitters crowd is a bunch of millennials with Crosley record players who think vinyl is cool and colored vinyl even cooler. This is a novelty pressing, unfortunately. On the other hand, it's possible to get a proper pressing via the U.K. deluxe edition, so I'm glad for that.

Priotian
Does anyone happen to know how many of these were pressed?

Jay
I don't think they're limited, UO exclusives usually aren't.

Modimeena
I just wanted to throw this out there because I think it's pretty cool... In April of 2014, before the premiere of "West Coast", I saw Lana live. At the show, I gave her a letter, and in the letter I put, "...If it’s released it on vinyl, it should be pressed on an ultraviolet purple or blue – I really love colored vinyls..." And a few months later, an 'Ultraviolence' vinyl pressed on purple and blue was released. (I'm not saying I truly played a part in picking the vinyl colors, but there are a lot more colors out there that could have been chosen...)

Dellevar
It's true