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Listen: Lana Del Rey ‘Born To Die’ Three Unreleased Tracks

Written by Brayden Darke on June 1, 2012

Some unreleased songs from Lana Del Rey’s latest album Born To Die have appeared online, titled Paris, Puppy Love and Children of the Bad Revolution, all of which didn’t make the final cut on the album or even the deluxe reissue. Out of the three, the later one sounds the most like it could have made it in amongst the 12 picked for the final release.

Since Del Rey shot to stardom toward the end of last year, which then led to the inevitable mainstream album that was released in January, we’ve seen a number of unreleased tracks appearing online. Some seem to be Born To Die demos or B-sides from previous albums, while others have been tipped to appear on her next release.

Lana Del Rey will be appearing on the Splendour in the Grass 2012 lineup in late July, as well as playing her own sideshows in Melbourne and Sydney.


Puppy Love

Children Of The Bad Revolution

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