This last opus is the result of a new collaboration with the producer Jack Antonoff, who already accompanied Lana Del Rey on her previous album Norman Fucking Rockwell. Lana Del Rey’s seventh album can be listened to as a letter addressed to her country, the United States.
This album reveals the immense talent of Lana Del Rey as a composer and performer.
This album concludes with a reprise of Joni Mitchell.
- Mixed atConway Studios and Electric Lady Studios
- Mastered at Sterling Sound
- Lacquer Cut at Sterling Sound
- Pressed by MPO
This album includes 11 tracks :
- White Dress
- Chemtrails Over The Country Club
- Tulsa Jesus Freak
- Let Me Love You Like A Woman
- Wild At Heart
- Dark But Just A Game
- Not All Who Wander Are Lost
- Breaking Up Slowly
- Dance Till we Die
- For Free
We will review 7 editions (4 Vinyls, CD, Qobuz Hi-Res [updated], cassette) of this album.
For the first time, 4 vinyls from the same master are tested with different pressings (Black, Beige, Red and Picture Disc).
First we will analyze each edition in detail (technical and qualitative analysis) then we will compare the successive editions with their dynamics and assign a final score and you will be able to listen some samples (Here).
Review of the editions:
Ed1 : Vinyl Polydor ref 3549780 – 2021
Ed2 : Vinyl Polydor Color Beige ref 3549797 – 2021
Ed3 : Vinyl– Polydor Picture Disc ref 3549784 – 2021
Ed4 : CD– Polydor ref B0033416-02 – 2021
Ed5 : Streaming Qobuz Hi-Res – 2021
Ed6 : Cassette Polydor ref 3549783- 2021
Ed7 : Vinyl Polydor RED ref 3553403- 2021
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