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  1. details liked a post in a topic by shadesofblue in 10th Anniversary of Ultraviolence - June 13th   
    June 13th 2014, American Singer Songwriter Author the one and only Lana Del Rey released her third studio album, Ultraviolence.

    Lives were changed.
    the tumblr girls, gays and theys all over the world in 2014 were never the same.
    Ultraviolence is characterized as psychedelic rock, dream pop, desert rock with some elements of blues rock, soft rock and indie rock.
    Some even say Ultraviolence is the ultimate ~ Psychedelic Surf Rock Trip Hop ~ Masterpiece Magnum Opus.
     
    According to Wikipedia:
    After Born To Die, Del Rey claimed she had "already said everything she wanted to say" in 2012. By February 2013, Del Rey spoke about a new album in the works, "It's a little more stripped down but still cinematic and dark. I've been working on it really slowly but I love everything I've done." The first announcement was after the premeire of her short film Tropico viewing in Hollywood on December 4th 2013. October 2013, Del Rey stated, " "When people ask me about it, I just have to be honest—I really don't know. I don't want to say, 'Yeah, definitely—the next one's better than this one', because I don't really hear a next one. My muse is very fickle. She only comes to me sometimes, which is annoying." May 8th 2014, the tracklist was announced and on May 14th, the artwork was released featuring a black and white cover of Del Rey wearing a sheer white tee and strapless bra by a Mercedes-Benz 380SL. Ultraviolence marks a significant evolution in her musical style. Departing from the baroque pop of her debut album Born to Die, Ultraviolence adopts a darker, more atmospheric sound marking a significant evolution in her musical style. Produced by Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys, the album incorporates elements of rock, blues, and psychedelia, creating a haunting and cinematic atmosphere. Lyrically, Ultraviolence explores themes of love, heartbreak, and existential angst. Del Rey's evocative storytelling and distinctive vocal delivery add depth and emotion. Four singles were released including: West Coast, Shades of Cool, Ultraviolence and Brooklyn Baby. The album's title itself, borrowed from Anthony Burgess's "A Clockwork Orange," hints at its exploration of darkness and violence in relationships. Critically acclaimed upon its release, Ultraviolence received praise for its bold sonic experimentation and Del Rey's introspective lyricism. While some critics noted its departure from her earlier sound, many reviews remained generally positive.  Its impact extended beyond the charts, solidifying Del Rey's status as a prominent figure in contemporary pop music and influencing artists across genres. Overall, Ultraviolence represents a pivotal moment in Lana Del Rey's career, showcasing her artistic growth and expanding her musical palette. The album continues to resonate with audiences, cementing its place as a modern classic in the realm of alternative pop.

    June 13th, 2024, will mark the album's 10-year anniversary!
    What are everyone's thoughts about the album and its upcoming anniversary?
    Discuss your rational and delulu thoughts as we approach June 13th

     
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  9. Surf Noir liked a post in a topic by details in 10th Anniversary of Ultraviolence - June 13th   
    not even a post acknowledging the anniversary i fear…
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    not even a post acknowledging the anniversary i fear…
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    not even a post acknowledging the anniversary i fear…
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    not even a post acknowledging the anniversary i fear…
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    not even a post acknowledging the anniversary i fear…
  14. CHATEAU MARMONT liked a post in a topic by details in Charli XCX   
    self titled forever an armpit stain in the polo shirt that is charli's discography 
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  17. heatwaves liked a post in a topic by details in Charli XCX   
    exactlyyy 
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    self titled forever an armpit stain in the polo shirt that is charli's discography 
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  22. brandon liked a post in a topic by details in Charli XCX   
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  23. boom like that liked a post in a topic by details in Ayesha Erotica   
    stanning a trans woman and being transphobic at the same is so ridiculous. well transphobia is ridiculous no matter the circumstances but this is extra corny
  24. shadesofblue liked a post in a topic by details in Charli XCX   
    i'm slightly appalled that people don't like mean girls, this is pure 2010 summer edm, it's lmfao, you just had to be there when rihanna released s&m to fully get the vision. some people are just too young i fear 
  25. Bootynugget liked a post in a topic by details in Charli XCX   
    all of this could be avoided if she had a gun with her just sayin  
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