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    stoned at the nail salon is better than wild at heart so idc if it sounds similar
  2. true but both that album and the singles were quickly discarded by Lana and when an artist moves on so quickly from their work the way she's been doing, it makes the release period just feel a lot less fun :/ I know the music is all that matters in the end, but I really do miss the way she used to promote her albums. Even if it wasn't the best promo in the world, it always held a certain nostalgic fun that I miss dearly. The Honeymoon and Lust for Life eras as well as the beginning of the Norman era (when she released MAC and VB) were all so much fun. She had an entire hold on my life in those days.
  3. i barely even check this thread anymore Lana never does anything to keep her fans fed anymore these days
  4. literally nothing has happened
  5. im so underwhelmed by this pre-release unfortunately :/ i just wish she gave chemtrails more time to breathe. i get covid fucked up the era and everything but I'd be lying if i said i didn't miss the days of the honeymoon and lust for life eras where my entire life was centered around what she was doing.
  6. her being active is so cute today
  7. okay so i hate comparing her albums, but i also live for lists and rankings so I'm gonna attempt to rank her albums with Cocc based on my personal preference and then rank Cocc itself. Albums Ranking: Honeymoon Norman Fucking Rockwell! Ultraviolence Chemtrails Over the Country Club Born To Die Lust for Life Songs Ranking: White Dress - This is actually really close to becoming my favorite Lana song, period. Yosemite Dark But Just a Game Not All Who Wander Are Lost Wild At Heart Tulsa Jesus Freak Dance Till We Die Chemtrails Over the Country Club For Free Breaking Up Slowly Let Me Love You Like A Woman - Not a bad song by any means, though i thought that on initial listens, but it has grown a lot on me now that the entire record is out. There's not really a bad or even misplaced song on this album, its kind of her most "perfect" and concise tracklist as there's no filler, where i feel that all her other albums have at least one filler song, even Honeymoon.
  8. my target vinyl came in the mail! it looks and SOUNDS gorgeous. i can tell im gonna spin white dress a million times
  9. i feel like we got a little hint of what dealer will sound like in the dance till we die bridge
  10. that happened to me too 😭 except on FedEx it's telling me that there's no longer an expected delivery date, so i basically have no clue when it's coming :/
  12. sorry i keep gushing about this album but i really wasn't expecting to love it so much. god there is so much beautiful softness and sensuality on this record. it feels like the perfect album for a rainy morning, or a sleepless night, or a cool desert afternoon. it sort of feels like she's moving in a different direction here than she was with her past 6 albums. norman felt like the culmination of everything she'd been trying to perfect since AKA. this feels different. where those albums all felt like she was journaling and perfecting her writing game, this album feels like she's more focused on musicality, melody, vocals, and sonics. even though i would describe this as her most skeletal album yet when it comes to the instrumentals, the softness of it all is what sets it apart. while honeymoon is soft, too, it was still backed by huge orchestras and light slowed trap beats. this album goes all the way soft, with mostly just guitars pianos, and live drums (with few exceptions), and i think that's what makes it work for me. i also finally feel like there's no longer a desire for me to compare her works with one another; they're all so different.
  13. the second verse of DBJAG is so sad and dark. I was a pretty little thing and God, I loved to sing but nothing came from either one but pain but, fuck it.
  14. i can't stop listening to white dress. i think it's genuinely my favorite Lana song. I've never felt more personally connected to a song before. sure, its a very specific song lyrically. (particularly the orlando and men in music business conference lyrics) but it's so funny that she released it while I'm also 19, trying to find myself, living for the little moments where i feel invincible, no matter how sparse. ugh, I've been so sick these past few days and haven't gotten any better. this album has helped me bare through the pain, though. it's definitely not my favorite of her albums (norman, honeymoon, and ultra will always be my holy trinity) but it's definitely top 4. it's such a good springtime album.
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